Julian Ku, the Maurice A. Deane Distinguished Professor of Constitutional Law, is quoted in the New York Times article “Huawei and China, Facing U.S. Charges, Have Few Ways to Retaliate.”
He comments on the legal case against Ren Zhengfei, the founder and chief executive of the Chinese tech company Huawei, and Meng Wanzhou, the CFO at Huawei, who had been arrested in Canada nearly two months earlier.
The article was published online on Jan. 29 and in print on Jan. 30 on Page B1 of the New York edition with the headline “Beijing Has Few Options Against U.S. Over Huawei.”
Professor Ku is also quoted in an article published on Jan. 30 in the Financial Times, “Huawei Sanctions Could Hit Other Telecom Operators” (subscription required), commenting on the legal issues related to the possible extradition proceeding of Meng Wanzhou.
And in an article published on Jan. 30 in Quartz, “The Full List of Crimes the US Accuses Huawei of Committing,” which reports on the U.S. indictments against Huawei, Professor Ku’s tweet on possible criminal charges against Ren Zhengfei is excerpted.