Chanel Runway Handbags

The former owners and operators of the online shop, RunwayHandbags.net, were found to be selling replica Chanel products, which was a violation of a number of United States Federal laws. A lawsuit ensued and a District Court Judge of the United States ordered the ownership and control of the domain name, RunwayHandbags.net, be relinquished by former online replica sellers and transferred to CHANEL. An award for damages against the former replica shop operators of more than $1,000,000.00 to CHANEL was also ordered to be paid immediately.

Runway Handbags Replica Chanel Order

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Re: THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA, CHANEL, INC., and LOUIS VUITTON MALLETIER, Plaintiffs, v. SOPHIA , YAN and DOES 1-10, individually and jointly, d/b/a HIGHREPLICA.COM, HIGH-REPLICA.COM, RUNWAYHANDBAGS.NET, BAGS-REPLICA.COM, BUY-TIFFANY.COM, HIGHCHARMS.COM, FASHIONREPLICABAGS.COM, FASHIONTAVERN.COM, LUXUNION.COM, LUX62.COM, REPLICAHAUSE.COM, REPLICA-SILVER.COM, SIGHTFOCUS.COM, REPLICAS-BAG.COM, TIFFANY-FOCUS.COM, REPLICAS8.COM, Defendants, Case No. C-09-1977 MMC.

The Court ruled that there was no opposition to the lawsuit filed regarding the online distribution and sales of replica Chanel products which infringed on the CHANEL name, marks and designs.

CHANEL was awarded statutory damages in the amount of $462,000.00, costs in the amount of $650.00, and interest at the legal rate from the date the action was filed, to be paid immediately.

In order to give practical effect to the Permanent Injunction, the owners and operators of RunwayHandbags.com were ordered to close replica operations.

Additional orders from the court included that domain names highreplica.com, high-replica.com, runwayhandbags.net, bags-replica.com, buy-tiffany.com, highcharms.com, fashionreplicabags.com, fashiontavern.com, luxunion.com, lux62.com, replicasilver.com, sightfocus.com, replicas-bag.com, tiffany-focus.com, and replicas8.com be immediately transferred by the Defendants, their assignees and/or successors in interest or title, and the Registrar to CHANEL'S control. In the event that the Registrar did not facilitate the transfer of the domain names within ten (10) days of receipt of the judgment, the United States based Registry was ordered, within thirty days, to transfer the domain names to a United States based Registrar of CHANEL's choosing, and the Registrar was to transfer the domain name to Plaintiffs.

Upon request by CHANEL, the top level domain Registry for all of the domain names were to be placed on Registry Hold status within thirty days of receipt of the Order, thereby removing them from the top level domain zone files of the Registry which linked them to the IP address from where they had been hosted.