Burberry Outlet

Burberry Limited, et al. v. The Partnerships and Unincorporated Associations Identified on Schedule “A”; Case No. 16-cv-7635

An e-commerce store selling counterfeit Burberry merchandise was formerly associated with this domain. Because the website was harming consumers, BURBERRY took legal action, and the operator of the website was ordered to transfer the domain name to BURBERRY.
BURBERRY is committed to the fight against counterfeiting. Protecting consumers from the substandard craftsmanship and poor-quality materials used in the manufacture of counterfeit Burberry products is a priority for BURBERRY. By monitoring the online sale of counterfeit Burberry goods and taking legal action when necessary, BURBERRY continues to do its part to combat this damaging industry.
Please note that the only way to ensure that you are purchasing genuine BURBERRY merchandise is to purchase it from BURBERRY, online at www.Burberry.com, or at select authorized retailers.
Notice to Defendants
The defendants operating the Defendant Internet Stores listed in Schedule A to the Amended 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 Amended Complaint, Summons, 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 Amended 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 August 19, 2016. If no appearance or pleading is filed, the Court may render a judgment against the defendants.
Defendants are advised to seek U.S. legal counsel.

The overviews some of the highest-level reasons for thinking about, caring about, and driving the use of virtual worlds, friv games, and simulations (to which we will collectively refer as Highly Interactive Virtual Environments or HIVEs). It describes the similarities and differences among these environments and explains the shift in mindset that highly interactive virtual environments require from both the students and the instructor.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *