Amazon and JL Childress file suit against alleged counterfeiters in ongoing fraud battle

Published Oct 22 2020 at 7:09 PM GMT
  • Amazon announced another lawsuit against alleged counterfeiters Thursday, part of the company’s ongoing strategy to portray a tough-on-fraud image.
  • Amazon and JL Childress, a seller of travel gear for parents, are suing 11 alleged counterfeiters, claiming the defendants sold fake JL Childress products on Amazon’s marketplace and conspired in coordination with each other.
  • The companies claim that the knockoffs were sold on Amazon between 2018 to 2020.
  • The companies filed the lawsuit over the summer, and it was unsealed this week.
  • The third-party sellers “infringed and misused JL Childress’ intellectual property” and “willfully deceived and harmed Amazon, JL Childress, and….



  • Published Oct 22, 2020 7:09 PM GMT