Court orders DOJ to file additional briefs defending Huawei ban

By Rick Weber  
September 24, 2019 at 5:00 PM
The U.S. district court for eastern Texas has ordered the Justice Department to file an additional brief in its arguments rejecting Huawei's claim that a federal ban on purchasing its products is unconstitutional, a move that comes after parties argued in court last week in a case that could determine the government's authority to counter China's cybersecurity threat. The court's request for additional briefs was issued following oral arguments on Sept. 19, with Huawei lawyers claiming the government's purchasing ban,...

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