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March 18, 2019

The Cybersecurity 202: Huawei Is Suing The U.S. To Win -- In The Court of Public Opinion

The Washington Post

Government Contracts Partner Eric Crusius was quoted by The Washington Post in an article that explores possible outcomes of the lawsuit filed by Chinese telecommunications company Huawei. The lawsuit claims that the U.S. government acted unfairly by banning Huawei's 5G wireless network without providing evidence that the company is spying on behalf of the Chinese government. Experts believe that Huawei is not concerned with the outcome of the lawsuit, but rather winning in the court of public opinion.

Mr. Crucius stated that "The fight over 5G will have a profound impact on technological development for the next decade or longer. That's far more important for the company than winning in court."

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