It's about time governments took a stand against those who steal intellectual property. Dyson took years to get recognition and damages from Hover. Smaller companies often put lots of investment in to a new technology, taking the risk and solving many of the problems, only to have someone else steal the idea. However, because the thiefs havent gone through the same inventive process, they often miss out on many of the features which made the original so good. They simply dont understand what theyre copying.
Put another way, if I invent a car which runs on water and you steal the idea, I've got to take your to court (eg - Dyson vs Hover). This is expensive and time consuming. But, if I wrote a song and you stole it from me I could get the police to charge you, I wouldn't take any further involvement or costs.
If Samsung are guilty of theft, good on Fujitsu and the Japanese customs!