Netgear, a California-based maker of Wi-Fi products, filed a lawsuit against Huawei in California federal court this week, claiming that Huawei violated U.S. antitrust law by refusing to license its patents on reasonable terms, and also alleging fraud, racketeering and other offenses for withholding patent licenses.

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