Huawei counters U.S. arguments, urges court to reject purchasing ban as violation of due process

By Rick Weber  
November 7, 2019 at 8:00 AM
Tech giant Huawei is rejecting the U.S. government's claim that the Constitution's Bill of Attainder Clause -- which prohibits legislative action declaring guilt -- does not apply to companies, in urging a federal court to strike down a ban on federal purchases of its products and components as part of the build-out of next-generation 5G networks. "The Government can cite no judicial precedent that supports this position," Huawei says in its brief to the U.S. district court for eastern...

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