"Sculptural" elements of a toy may qualify for copyright protection, even if the applicant allegedly fails to disclose to the Copyright Office that some elements of the toy are "functional."
Lego A/S v. Best-Lock Construction Toys Inc.
U.S. District Court
July 23, 2012
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