Louis Vuitton seems to be on a winning streak with their ongoing war against counterfeit. A French court recently ordered online auction site eBay to pay 80,000 euros (AU $136,133 dollars) to the luxury brand for selling fake perfumes, according to an AFP article.
"The court found that in using key words from certain LVMH brands, eBay had committed several acts of counterfeiting," LVMH said in a statement.
It was only a few weeks ago that Louis Vuitton won a lawsuit they filed in 2007 (see the MO Down for 3 September) against an online company selling fake Louis Vuitton merchandise. So the message should be getting through to eBay and other online companies, selling counterfeit does not pay …