Cisco accuses ex-employees of stealing trade secrets

Tuesday 19 November 2019 | 17:58 CET | News
Cisco has filed a complaint against three former employees in the district court of Northern California, accusing them of stealing its intellectual property before joining a competitor, The Register reports. Shortly after resigning from their jobs at Cisco this year, the three men joined a competitor "in the IP telephony, headset, video, and collaboration space", according to the lawsuit. Cisco claims that two former high-level engineers in its Unified Communications Technology Group, Wilson Chung and James He, downloaded thousands of highly confidential and proprietary documents.

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Companies: Cisco
Countries: World
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