Deckers Brands has sued Marks & Spencer in the District Court of California for the Central District, accusing the British retailer of copying the Bailey Button Boot Trade Dress of its Ugg boots in its M&S Kids line, sold through its website. In Ugg's proprietary design, which was registered in 2009, the button is prominently featured on the later side of the boot shaft, next to the overlapping panels. Deckers is seeking a jury trial for a finding of infringement and unfair competition, an injunction, damages and payment of legal fees. Deckers has also sued an American sportswear brand, Gildan, over the Bailey Button trade dress, charging that it has been used in its Gold Toe line. Meanwhile, Deckers has won a $5 million suit for the same trade dress against Romeo & Juliette, the parent company of Bearpaw.