The Fashion Law Exclusive - Chanel has filed yet another major lawsuit against a group of online retailers selling counterfeit goods. The French design house filed a lawsuit earlier this month in a Miami federal court against over 200 unnamed defendants, and as of Friday, Chanel's legal team has filed suit against an additional 150+ unidentified website owners, including the owners of vipluxuryshop.co.uk, chanel-de.com, net-a-overstock.com, uk-chanel.com, and chanel-japan.info, among others. According to Chanel's complaint, which was filed in the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Florida, the defendants have used Chanel's name and trademarks "without authorization in order to capitalize on its reputation and goodwill." Chanel's complaint further alleges that the defendants have "illegally infringed and used its registered trademark, in violation of the Lanham Act, causing consumer public confusion, mistake as to the source, affiliation or connection of the defendants' products with [Chanel]." The French design house is asking the court for injunctive relief and damages, as well as attorneys' fees and costs.