Deckers' latest lawsuit reveals that counterfeiters of its Ugg brand boots typically change the name of their domain or marketplace and move funds offshore as soon they realize that a suit is coming. To counter such tactics, Deckers is asking an Illinois District court to grant certain requests before the case has been decided. Specifically, the company wants control of the counterfeiters' domain names, a freezing of their payment accounts and permission to serve notice to defendants by their contact e-mail, as there are often no addresses nor telephone numbers available.