Preiskel & Co has co-authored the Moblie Ecosystem Forum’s ‘Payment Services Directive 2 Guidelines for the Mobile Ecosystem’. It was published on the MEF website, with the following statement: “MEF’s PSD2 Guidelines are designed to give help all relevant stakeholders of the mobile payment ecosystem, including banks, payment processors, vendors, service providers and MNOs. The…Details
Tim Cowen will be speaking at the European Competitive Telecommunications Association Conference 2017 in Brussels on Tuesday 28th November. Tim will be chairing the panel session “SMP, symmetry or both?”. The discussion will focus on how ‘the interaction between SMP and symmetrical regulation enhances competition plus the benefits and limitations of each [and] … whether…Details
Danny moderated the IoT and Meeting Data Demands session at Capacity Europe 2017 in London on Tuesday 24 October. The session was focused on ‘how operators [can] innovate their business models to develop alongside the growth in IoT applications’. Danny was joined by: Ivan Mihaljevic, President of BCE Nexxia; Michael Wheeler, EVP of Global IP Network…Details
Once again, the firm has been ranked by the prestigious independent legal guide, the Legal 500 as a leading law firm in the Telecoms, Media & Technology (TMT) sectors. The firm is pleased to announce that all four of its partners, Tim Cowen, Ronnie Preiskel, Daniel Preiskel, and Jose Saras, have also been ranked on…Details
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…Details
Daniel Preiskel will be speaking at Capacity Europe 2017 on Tuesday 24th October. Daniel will be moderating a panel, which will be discussing IoT & Meeting Data Demands. Daniel will be joined by Ivan Mihaljevic from BCE Nexxia, Michael Wheeler from NTT Communications, Eduardo Guardincerri from Telefonica, Martijn Blanken from Telstra, and Stuart Evers from…Details
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…Details
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…Details
On his Jack of Kent blog, David Allen Green has shared a number of interesting links regarding the Brexit campaign, the EU negotiating position, the UK’s negotiating position, and “exit issues”.
You can read the blog post here.
In discussing how Android users in Russia are now being asked what default search engine they would like in Chrome Mobile, a remedy agreed between Google and Russia’s FAS following an antitrust probe in the country, Politico quoted Tim Cowen‘s blog post on Google remedies: “It may be that the FAS points the way both…Details