A federal court in Massachusetts has granted Chanel, Inc.’s motion for sanctions more than five years after the company prevailed in trademark infringement litigation against Jian Yao and has ordered Yao to transfer 16 domain names to Chanel’s control. Chanel, Inc. v. Jian Yao, No. 07-30032 (U.S. Dist. Ct., D. Mass., order entered December 12, 2013). Yao apparently used the sites to sell counterfeit Chanel products. The court also ordered Yao and any employees, agents or subsidiaries to stop using Chanel trademarks and “any confusingly similar trademarks.” According to a news source, Chanel secured a permanent injunction and $3.8 million in statutory damages, plus attorney’s fees, costs, and investigative fees against Yao in 2008, but the counterfeit sales allegedly continued. See The National Law Journal, December 13, 2013.