Lexis Nexis publishes Daniel Preiskel and Gianpaolo Gangemi article on BEREC Net Neutrality Guidelines

Lexis PSL, the practical commercial advice division of Lexis Nexis – leading provider of services and products designed to support legal practitioners – has published a Q&A article of Daniel Preiskel and Gianpaolo Gangemi commenting the recently adopted BEREC Guidelines on the implementation of the new Net Neutrality rules. The article offers an overview of…

Net Neutrality: a commercial analysis of BEREC Guidelines

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Gianpaolo Gangemi, associate, and Daniel Preiskel, partner, at Preiskel & Co, explain the guidelines recently published by Body of Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) and consider their implications for legal practitioners.

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The European Commission is seeking stakeholders’ views on the Preliminary Report of the e-commerce sector inquiry

The European Commission is soliciting views and comments of interested stakeholders about the preliminary findings of the sector inquiry on e-commerce. The Commission’s findings are illustrated in a Preliminary Report published on 15 September 2016. The consultation will be open until 18 November 2016. Background The European Commission launched the sector inquiry on the e-commerce in May…

Tim Cowen is speaking at the Competition Law and Regulation in the Telecoms, Media and Technology Sector 2016

Tim Cowen, Partner at Preiskel & Co LLP, will be speaking at the Competition Law and Regulation in the Telecoms, Media and Technology Sector 2016, which will be held in Brussels on 18 and 19 October. The Conference will provide a critical analysis of market trends, regulatory developments and competition law challenges in the TMT sector. Tim will…

Tim Cowen is speaking at the FCS Comms Provider 2016 about the Post Brexit on the Digital Single Market

Tim Cowen will be speaking at the FCS Comms Provider 2016 about the Post Brexit on the Digital Single Market, which will be held in London on 8 September 2016. FCS Comms Provider 2016 is an event for communication providers to discuss and reflect on changes and opportunities in the market. Tim Cowen, Partner at Preiskel & Co LLP, will discuss…

Tim Cowen’s article “Competition and Big Data” has been published by IIC

Preiskel & Co.’s Head of competition Tim Cowen discusses the legal highlights of a joint report recently published by the French and German competition authorities on the use of data. The article has been published on the July 2016 issue of InterMEDIA, the official magazine of the International Institute of Communications (IIC). Read the full…

Antitrust and EU digital markets. A case study from Tim Cowen and Stephen Dnes published on Competition Policy International

A recent article containing a case study on antitrust issues affecting digital markets in the European Union, written by Preiskel & Co.’s Head of competition Tim Cowen and senior consultant Stephen Dnes, has been published on Competition Policy International. The article places EU competition law policy in comparative perspective with U.S. federal antitrust law and…

US telecom operators filed a new appeal against net neutrality rules

Telecom operators in the US are fighting against the new US rules on net neutrality. Telecompaper.com reported that some industry associations filed a new appeal against the Open Internet Order, which took effect on 12 June 2015 following the publication by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). On 27 July, the DC Circuit of the US…

The European Commission extended the scope of Google’s antitrust investigation

The European Commission has extended the scope of its investigations into Google’s alleged breach of Article 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU) by abusing of its dominant position in the market (case numbers 39740 and 40411). On 14 July 2016 the Commission sent two Statements of Objections to Google.…