The Fashion Law Exclusive - Chanel has brought a major lawsuit stemming from the sale of counterfeit "Chanel" goods online. Filed on Thursday in Florida's Southern District Court, the French design house's complaint lists over 1000 web domains that are currently offering fake Chanel for sale. A few of the domains include: fakechanel.com, eluxury.me, justpurse.com, genuinechaneloutletshop.com, etopshop.com, and cheapcocobags.com, which are "identical or confusingly similar to" the actual Chanel name. Chanel is alleging that the unnamed defendants associated with these domain names have infringed its trademarks by using, promoting, distributing and selling counterfeit products. The Karl Lagerfeld-helmed design house is being represented by Fort Lauderdale-based attorney, Stephen Gaffigan, who also worked with Chanel to file suit in 2011 against nearly 400 online counterfeiters. So, what is Chanel asking for this time? Permanant injunctions (which would force the sites to permanently cease use) and millions of dollars.