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Tuesday, June 11, 2024 | Back issues
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Jewish LEGO temple

MANHATTAN — A federal judge in New York dismissed the unfair competition and unjust enrichment claims brought by a designer of Jewish-themed Lego sets, who says its design depicting the Second Beit Hamikdash, or Second Holy Temple, was stolen by a would-be business partner who saw it at a convention. The claims, brought under state law, are preempted by the federal Copyright Act.

Read the ruling here.

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