Huawei Lawsuit Argues Congress Violated Constitution By Blacklisting It

China blocks canola shipments from Canada's Richardson

Huawei files lawsuit against US government

The case is Huawei Technologies v. U.S., 4:19-cv-00159, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (Sherman).

Several Huawei executives took the stage during a news conference at its Shenzhen headquarters on Thursday to speak on the provision they said was "not only unlawful but hurts both Huawei and USA consumers".

At a press conference Thursday with top executives and its US -based lawyers, Huawei said the ban infringed on its rights and represented an instance of legislative overreach.

The privately owned firm has embarked on a public relations and legal offensive as Washington lobbies allies to abandon Huawei when building 5G networks, centering on a 2017 Chinese law requiring companies cooperate with national intelligence work.

In the complaint filed Wednesday, Huawei said the US government failed to provide evidence Huawei products pose a security risk, the reason given for the ban last May. He complained Washington was "sparing no effort to smear" the company. The United States accounts for 20 to 25 per cent of the global market for computer and telecom technology. The ruling found the USA government did not give Ralls a reasonable opportunity to address allegations it posed a security risk. The company says that infringes its due process rights and improperly has Congress play the role of a court.

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By filing the lawsuit, it has effectively challenged the Senate to "put up or shut up" on claims that Huawei equipment may contain backdoors for use by the Chinese government.

Huawei has finally had it with the U.S. government and it's taking the bait.

Guo Ping added, "If this law is set aside, as it should be, Huawei can bring more advanced technologies to the United States and help it build the best 5G networks". "Even worse, the USA government is trying to block us from the 5G market in other countries".

German operators, led by Deutsche Telekom, have warned that any requirement to rip out and replace Huawei equipment in existing networks could delay the rollout of 5G networks by years.

By hiding Skycom's connection to Huawei, Meng is accused of personally misleading USA banks into clearing cash connected with transactions between the two companies.

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The planned legal action and public relations outreach compare with a more restrained response in December emphasising "trust in justice" when its chief financial officer, Sabrina Meng Wanzhou, was arrested in Vancouver at USA request.

Huawei's legal action, first reported by the New York Times on Monday, comes after news that Meng was suing Canada's government for procedural wrongs in her arrest. In recent weeks, reclusive founder Ren Zhengfei emerged to defend his company in media interviews, while his top lieutenants showed off the company's technological capabilities and fought back against American criticisms. Huawei says the law punishes the company for unproven accusations, and would harm its future earnings.

Huawei Technologies Ltd. announced the legal action on Thursday.

The firm claims the restrictions targeting Huawei are "unconstitutional".

Richardson spokeswoman Hayley Johnson confirmed that China revoked the company's import permit for canola, after Reuters earlier reported a document listing approved shippers posted on the website of the Chinese customs administration on March 1 showed the cancellation.

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