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January 17, 2018

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LELakeZurich

Thanks Richard for a good review and points well taken. I think this could be a good read and lessons learned.

Richard, I caught sight of you recently in a fascinating documentary "A Lego Brickumentary."

You made a very interesting point beside the Lego stand at the toy fair that other toy companies rely on separate lines like 'Barbie', but Lego is ... just Lego! This puts them in the enviable position of being able to advance into a huge range of sectors.

Great insight. What do think is next for them?

Jonathan

The trial in Riverside Federal Court 2008 was a Mattel disaster. But for three hard headed jurors Mattel would have received ZERO. OK maybe
1 to 3 million.

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