Rolex is the latest in a string of high-end labels winning big against websites selling counterfeit goods. The Swiss watchmaker brought the suit in Manhattan federal court in January after buying a few "Rolexes" from defendant, Gabriel Alvarez's, sites, deviousdesires.net and deviousdesires.com. Alvarez failed to reply to Rolex’s complaint, and on Friday, Rolex was awarded a judgment of nearly $160,000 and an injunction against two sites selling watches posing as Rolexes. Judge Laura Taylor Swain ruled in favor of Rolex, awarding the brand $140,000 in statutory damages and $16,701 in attorneys’ fees and other costs. The judge also ordered that the offending websites be discontinued or transferred to Rolex, and any goods bearing Rolex trademarks must be destroyed.