is a nationally renowned attorney in intellectual property (IP), IP related business and complex litigation matters, offering clients some twenty-eight years of legal and technological industry experience. Having represented hundreds of Fortunate 100s, multinationals, startup & growth-oriented companies, venture firms and hedge funds, Cameron regularly advises industry leaders and disrupters alike in their bet-the-company legal matters.
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In an expected move, Huawei filed a lawsuit against the United States in the U.S. District Court for the District of Texas on March 6. Huawei Technologies v. U.S., 4:19-cv-00159, U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Texas (Sherman). In its mammoth 54-page complaint, the company alleges the United States and its agencies violated the Federal Constitution when it singled out Huawei in the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). U.S. authorities are concerned that China could use Huawei’s equipment to spy on communications networks. Having offices in Plano, Huawei had jurisdiction to file in the Eastern District of Texas, widely recognized as a plaintiff-friendly court for technology matters. But despite its considerable resources and legal muscle, Huawei will have a challenging time proving its case in court.