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Remember when Cisco sued Apple over the iPhone name?

Bob Brown | Dec. 8, 2014
Cisco sought an injunction against Apple using the name iPhone, which it said was a registered trademark of Cisco acquisition Linksys.

Cisco also aimed its legal guns at Huawei in a dispute over routing software piracy that 3Com also got into the middle of back in 2003.

Cisco — like any big company — has also been the target of assorted lawsuits over the years. These include complaints leveled by a diverse collection of outfits, from the Free Software Foundation to East Carolina University.

 

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