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CoCo is the name of a construction toy produced by the Chinese company Tianjin COKO Toy Co., Ltd.
In 2002, the Lego Group Swiss subsidiary Interlego AG sued the CoCo company for copyright infringement. A claims court found many Coko bricks to be infringing; CoCo was ordered to cease manufacture of the infringing bricks, publish a formal apology in the Beijing Daily, and pay a small fee in damages to Interlego. On appeal, the Beijing High People's Court upheld the trial court's ruling.
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