Daniel Preiskel and Tim Cowen Contribute to ICLG Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws & Regulations 2018

Daniel Preiskel and Tim Cowen recently co-authored a chapter of the latest version of the ICLG: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws & Regulations 2018 publication. Their chapter, titled ‘A Regulatory Re-Think?’, raises the following questions: are we blindly walking into another age of monopoly?; how can we better implement our regulatory framework to ensure the…

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The New European Electronic Communications Code

Stephan Buck and Daniel Preiskel recently co-authored an article on the new European Electronic Communications Code for LexisNexis, which explains: “[i]n September 2016, the European Commission published its proposal for a new Directive establishing the European Electronic Communications Code (EECC) which shall merge and amend the existing Framework, Authorisation, Access and Universal Service Directives. This new legal…

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Daniel Preiskel running an all day MVNO Workshop at MVNO Enable 2017 on Oct 5th

Daniel Preiskel will be speaking at MVNO Enable 2017 on Thursday 5th October. Future PLC is hosting MVNO Enable 2017 in partnership with Preiskel & Co LLP, MVNO Evolutions and Red Dawn Consulting. Daniel will be hosting a discussion panel, on the topic of ‘Optimising Wholesale Economics’. The discussion will look into new creative pricing models to protect margins and strategies…

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Preiskel and CEG Europe host a fascinating seminar on competition and regulatory policy

On Monday the Preiskel and CEG teams were delighted to host a seminar discussing various concerns and potential changes regarding competition and regulatory policy. The first panel focused on regulation and oligopoly in telecoms markets. Debate included whether oligopoly led ipso facto to bad consumer outcomes or whether there is scope for oligopoly to lead…

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ICOMP calls for publication of Google’s compliance proposals

ICOMP has called for the publication of Google’s remedy proposals to the European Commission, along with the Commission’s Decision in the Google Shopping investigation. The Commission announced its finding on 27 June 2017, outlining that it had found Google to have abused its dominance with regards to its Google Shopping product. As well as being…

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