Huawei has filed a civil lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Commerce for allegedly mishandling equipment of Huawei's that it seized in 2017.
According to the lawsuit filed last Friday, the U.S. government took possession of equipment shipped from an testing facility in China to see whether the technology was subject to export controls.
Huawei claims it turned in the necessary paperwork and was told such disputes are usually resolved in 45 days.
But two years later, Huawei says the equipment is still in Alaska.
Meanwhile, in a separate incident, Fedex said Sunday that a Huawei package was mistakenly sent back to China and not delivered to the U.S. because of an operational error.
A Fedex spokesperson confirmed the package was U.S.-bound, but declined to say what it contained.