Oakley, Inc. v. The Partnerships and Unincorporated Associations Identified on Schedule “A” and DOES 1-100; Case No. 13-cv-4213




This website domain was taken, by court order, from those who thought they could get away with ripping off customers loyal to the Oakley brand by allegedly selling fake and dangerous products.  They were wrong.  Embedded in Oakley’s DNA is not only a commitment to excellence in developing superior products, but also in our determination to protect our customers who rely on our superior quality and technology.  The seizure of this domain is one of many actions Oakley will continue to take to protect our customers.  If you have been ripped off by one of these sites, we suggest you request a refund from your credit card company.  If you paid for your purchase using a credit card such as Visa or MasterCard, please contact your credit card company to request a refund.  The telephone number for your credit card company can be found on the back of your card or on your monthly statement. 


If you would like to provide additional information regarding your purchase, please email reportfakes@gbcinternetenforcement.net (please note that you will not receive a response, but any information may be useful for continued anti-counterfeiting enforcement efforts).


To purchase genuine Oakley products, please visit oakley.com.  




The defendants operating the Defendant Internet Stores listed in Schedule A to the Complaint are hereby advised: 


Plaintiff has charged Defendants with violations of United States federal and state laws prohibiting trademark infringement and counterfeiting.  A copy of the Complaint and other legal documents may be obtained from Plaintiff’s attorney, Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd., attorney [at] gbcinternetenforcement.net, 312.987.2928, and on this website.  See links below.


Any answer or other response to the Complaint should be filed with the Clerk of the Court, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, Eastern Division, Chicago, Illinois within twenty-one (21) days from July 3, 2013. If no appearance or pleading is filed, the Court may render a judgment against the defendants.


Defendants are advised to seek legal counsel.




Motion for Temporary Restraining Order (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Memorandum in Support of a Temporary Restraining Order (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Temporary Restraining Order (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)


Motion for a Preliminary Injunction (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Memorandum in Support of Preliminary Injunction (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Notice of Motion for Preliminary Injunction (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Preliminary Injunction (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)


Motion for Default Judgment (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Memorandum in Support of Motion (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Notice of Motion (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)

Default Judgment (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)


Amended Schedule A  (VIEW / DOWNLOAD PDF)