Apple has issued a cease and desist letter to the creators of a toy in China which resembles that of Apple’s Co-founder, Steve Jobs. These figurines are available at mixed prices on eBay but it was retailed at $99. Apple claims that the company is breaking the law by using something which “resembles the technology company’s logo, person’s name, appearance or likeness of its products” and it isn’t clear whether or not the company will continue to sell these action figures any more or whether or not they plan on refunding the buyers. This isn’t the first time Apple has faced this dilemma. In November of 2010, action figures of Steve Jobs were sold by MIC Gadget in China but sales were stopped shortly after Apple took legal measures.