Coach Inc. won an $8 million jury award in a counterfeiting case this week. The lawsuit, involving one of Coach's customs brokerage firm, was filed in a federal district court in Los Angeles. The firm was responsible for handling the paperwork required for the importation of authentic Coach goods for the U.S.-based accessories company. After U.S. Customs and Border Patrol seized a large shipment of counterfeit Coach handbags and wallets headed for the Port of Los Angeles, Coach began an investigation, and it turns out, the defendants had created and filed fraudulent customs entry documents to allow for counterfeit Coach goods to be shipped to the U.S. According to WWD, the case is the most recent victory in Coach’s anti-counterfeiting litigation campaign “Operation Turnlock,” which the company launched in May 2009. So far, the accessories firm has filed over 650 lawsuits and has received millions in judgments and settlements.