The Chinese group lawsuit claims ban by telecoms regulator went beyond domestic remit. The lawsuit is the second time this year that Huawei has taken the U.S. government to court, following the case it lodged in March against a ban on federal agencies buying its equipment.
"It is imperative for the government that they separate national security from trade policy to keep its decision as clean as possible," said Government Contracts attorney Eric Crusius. "Conflating the two will add to any argument that the government's actions were arbitrary and capricious."
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