The Globe and Mail reports that:
A smartphone patent fight between Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. and Samsung Electronics Co. could reach a global resolution through a ruling by a Chinese court, a development that reflects the growing attractiveness of China as a quick and effective forum for intellectual-property disputes.
Speed is a big advantage of Chinese courts, which, unlike their U.S. counterparts, sharply limit the volume of documents parties can seek from each other.
“You get a really quick adjudication of claims and they do it in a really smart way,” said David Pridham, chief executive of Texas-based patent consultancy Dominion Harbor.
See Huawei patent case shows Chinese courts’ rising clout from Reuters’ Jan Wolfe.