When Michael Holihan first filed suit against two Colombia-born brothers who allegedly had been importing counterfeit Nokia cellphone accessories into Miami, he got a permanent injunction and a $130,000 settlement.

But a few years later, officials at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement started an investigation of the brothers and seized up to 10 suitcases full of counterfeit Nokia merchandise.

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