The Order reads in part as follows:
1. Plaintiff shall serve each Defendant's Summons, Complaint, and all other current
and future filings in this matter, upon Defendant 8 - chanelbags-2010.com via email@example.com; upon Defendant 10 - chanelpricelist.com via TopGiftzolzt@gmail.com; upon Defendant l 5 - designerbagsoutlets.com via firstname.lastname@example.org; upon Defendant 28 madeinputian.com via email@example.com; upon Defendant 39
sobestreplicahandbags.com via goodhandbagsonsaleçzgmail.com; upon Defendant 42
swissetawatches.com via saleslwatchzbuy.com; and upon Defendant 46 - topshoesshop.net via
2. Plaintiff shall also serve each Defendant's Summons, a copy of the Complaint,
and all other current and future filings in this matter, upon each Defendant in this action via (A)
the e-mail addresses provided by Defendants (i) as part of the domain registration data for each
of their respective domain names, including service via registrar, or (ii) on their websites,
including by onsite submission form s, and/or
3. Plaintiff may effectuate service of process on Defendants via publication by
posting a copy of the Complaint, and Summonses on the Internet website appearing at the URL www.servingnotice.com/sdm/index.html
If you visit the website provided in the Order ( link above) you will find that it is the equivalent of an electronic publication of all the relevant documents in the case that would provide the defendants with actual notice of the lawsuit. That is assuming they actually visited the site. The complete Order in this case case her found here.
The other instance of service via a website that is very similar to this example can be found be visiting: www.serviceofpleadings.com In this case the judge ordered the copies of the pleading to be posting in both English and Chinese as it was believed that the defendant might be of Chinese decent.
By Jeff Karotkin