Paul Devinsky and Robert Walters were featured in Law360 (September 15) examining the unique procedures for U.S. ITC cases. Compared to patent litigation in U.S. district courts, Mr. Walters said, ITC proceedings move much quicker: "There's an extremely short discovery period, and you get to the trial very quickly. None of the [district courts] will get you to trial that quickly." Mr. Devinsky added that ITC complaints must be much more detailed than those filed in federal court. "A very well prepared team for a district court case would be a very poorly prepared team for an ITC case," he observed," adding that if there is not sufficient documentation when seeking to bar a class of product imports, "your chance of getting a general exclusion order diminishes to near zero." In short, Mr. Devinsky said, lawyers who approach ITC cases like district court ones "are going to find themselves in some difficult spots."