Technopoly: Reform, Redress, and Regulation

Preiskel & Co Partner, Tim Cowen, has co-authored a report with Phillip Blond, published with the support of the Big Innovation Centre, and ResPublica, entitled “Technopoly” and what to do about it: Reform, Redress and Regulation. A fascinating read, the paper takes an overview of the current competition framework, and makes important suggestions for reform.…

Government announces plans for UK Data Protection Bill

The Government has today published a press release detailing its plans for a new Data Protection Bill. The Bill will bring the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) into UK law. The GDPR will come into force on 25 May 2018. Anyone looking for advice on compliance with data protection laws, and how to prepare…

Google remedies: Russia’s FAS leads the way?

  In April, the FAS and Google ended their two-year long dispute over Google’s pre-installation and self promotion of only its own products on all Android devices sold in Russia. Google eventually agreed to pay fines and adopted a non-discrimination remedy. The Android case is pending before the EU. The press releases and media communication from the FAS in…

The European Commission proposes new rules on e-privacy and data protection for EU institutions

On 10 January 2017 the European Commission has adopted a Proposal for a Regulation concerning the respect for private life and the protection of personal data in electronic communications (“the draft e-Privacy Regulation” or “the Proposal”) which will repeal the Directive 2002/58/EC on privacy and electronic communications (the “e-Privacy Directive”). The draft e-Privacy Regulation provides…

Thinking and writing and advising about Brexit

As well as being a senior consultant here at Preiskel, I am a writer and journalist about law and policy matters.  Since June I have been writing a lot about Brexit. Brexit is, for me, fascinating.  There is complexity, as it brings together policy and law, trade and economics, and political and constitutional issues.  And…

Daniel Preiskel is speaking at Virtual Reality -The Legal Issues 2016 Conference

Daniel Preiskel, Senior Partner at Preiskel & Co, will speak at the Virtual Reality – The Legal Issues 2016 Conference, which will be held in London on 8 December 2016. The conference focuses on the complex legal issues that arise out of Virtual Reality (VR), from handling brands in virtual worlds through to how VR…

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

This article was first published on Lexis®PSL Commercial on 28 September 2016. Click for a free trial of Lexis®PSL.

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.

G.Gangemi D.Preiskel – Implementing net neutrality rules_LexisPSL_September 2016

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…