Preiskel & Co contribute to industry guide on Foreign Direct Investment in the UK

Preiskel & Co is pleased to announce that the UK Chapter of Getting the Deal Through’s Foreign Direct Investment series 2019, to which Partner Tim Cowen, Associate Maddi Gaunt, and Trainee Solicitor Claire Barraclough contributed. This chapter offers the definitive guide to non-economic regulatory controls on mergers in the UK, and is a must-read for…

Google fined €1.49 billion for abusive practices in online advertising

The European Commission finally announced its decision in the Google AdSense investigation on Wednesday 20 March 2019. The Commission found that Google’s Adsense for Search product had a market share of over 70% in the EEA market for online search advertising mediation platforms, thus having a dominant position in that market. The Commission found that…

Tim Cowen chairs session at the Global Summit Digital Infrastructure Forum in Berlin

Preiskel & Co Partner, Tim Cowen, will today chair a session at Infrastructure Investor’s Digital Infrastructure Forum. The session Tim will moderate will focus on how policymakers and regulators are driving investment in the digital economy. In particular, this will focus on the following issues: legislating to address broadband speeds encouraging competition in these markets…

Danny Preiskel and Stephan Buck’s article on the European Electronic Communications Code published by LexisNexis

Danny Preiskel and Stephan Buck have had published by LexisNexis an article on the European Electronic Communications Code, following the adoption of the EU Directive in December 2018 to modernise the regulation of telecoms in Europe. A fascinating read, the article provides insight into how the new European Electronic Communications Code will shape the communications…

Tangibility of Software: ‘Seen Is Not Limited to the Unaided Eye, Weighed Is Not Limited to the Butcher or Bathroom Scale, and Measured Is Not Limited to a Yardstick’

The nature of (video game) software has been disputed from the very beginning. Whilst software’s binary code cannot be perceived by the naked eye, this note will show that it still has physical properties of mass and volume. In this blog, Senior Associate Stephan Buck considers the law – and the science – behind the…