Chloe v Tradekey (Pakistani B2B Marketplace) (Online Counterfeits)

Owners of the luxury brands CHLOE, ALFRED DUNHILL, PANERAI and MONTBLANC sue Pakistani website TRADEKEY.COM and various ‘trading corporations’ in the CD Cal.  Plaintiffs allege that Tradekey, a B2B ‘marketplace, facilitated counterfeiting by managing and  ‘optimizing’ listings for goods it knew to be counterfeit.  A TradeKey representative allegedly advised plaintiffs’ investigator that ‘replicas’ and ‘mirror images’ were the main part of its business, and that less than 10% of the goods on TradeKey were genuine (see pp. 5 to 12 of Memo in support of its TRO).

 Memo Chloe Tradekey

Complaint Chloe v Tradekey

One response to “Chloe v Tradekey (Pakistani B2B Marketplace) (Online Counterfeits)”

  1. Daytrading says:

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