Preiskel & Co, a member of the Mobile Entertainment Forum (MEF) has been appointed to the m-commerce steering committee for EMEA.
Daniel Preiskel is co-moderating with Jukka-Pekka Joensuu of PWC, a session on “3G licence renewal, 4G licensing and the digital dividend”. Other members of the panel include Gabrielle Gauthey ( Alcatel Lucent) Kaisu Karvala (President, TeliaSonera Belgium) and Tom Philips Head of Regulatory, GSMA)
Preiskel & Co hosted the ISP Industry Association (ISPA) legal forum entitled “Internet Defamation, Libel Tourism and its Reform”.
Daniel Preiskel and David Allen Green spoke alongside fellow panel members John Whittingdale MP (Chair of the DCMS Select Committee) Professor Jonathan Harris (Barrister, Serle Court) and Richard Allan(Director of Policy, EU, Facebook)
Julian Watson a senior property lawyer joined the firm
Preiskel & Co continues to be ranked in Chambers as one of the leading telecommunications law firm. Daniel Preiskel is listed once again as one of the leading individual telecoms lawyers.
Daniel Preiskel was elected Vice Chair of the IBA Communications Law Committee. He along with fellow Committee members are organising the Annual Communications Law Conference for 16th and 17th May in Vienna as well as the IBA Conference in Dubai on 30 October 2011.
Preiskel & Co continues to be ranked in Legal 500 as one of the leading telecommunications law firms with “key experts in the telecoms field“. Daniel Preiskel and Ronnie Preiskel are recommended as “incredibly knowledgeable“.
Our client Paul Chambers has decided today to proceed with a High Court challenge to his conviction under section 127 of the Communications Act 2003. Paul was convicted on 10 May 2010 by Doncaster Magistrates’ Court and his appeal was turned down by Doncaster Crown Court on 11 November 2010. Paul has instructed David Allen…
The appeal of Paul Chambers will resume at Doncaster Crown Court on Thursday 11 November 2010. The appeal is of his conviction under section 127 of the Communications Act 2003. Paul was convicted on 10 May 2010 by Doncaster Magistrates’ Court of sending, by means of a public communications network, a message which was of…