Chinese tech juggernaut Huawei has turned to two U.S. law firms with ties to the Trump administration, Jones Day and Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, in the federal lawsuit it filed late Wednesday against the government and several Trump cabinet members.

The company named six cabinet secretaries and the General Services Administration as defendants in its 55-page complaint in federal court in Sherman, Texas. The suit challenges the constitutionality of a section of the 2018 law funding the U.S. Department of Defense for the current fiscal year that precludes U.S. government agencies from purchasing good and services from Huawei.

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