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Lexology PRO | European Union | 19 Jan 2022

EU committed ‘serious breach’ by withholding default interest, General Court rules

The EU’s General Court has ordered the European Commission to pay Deutsche Telekom €1.75 million in compensation after the enforcer refused to pay the company default interest when its margin squeeze fine was slashed by €12 million.
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Germany, India, Switzerland | 24 Jan 2019

Swiss Federal Tribunal refuses to set aside the Deutsche Telekom v India Award

We previously reported here that a Geneva-seated UNCITRAL tribunal (the “Tribunal“) constituted under the India-Germany Bilateral Investment Treaty…
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Stibbe | European Union, Germany, Slovakia | 4 Jan 2019

Partial fine reduction for Deutsche Telekom and Slovak Telekom for abuse of dominance

The General Court recently clarified that to establish a margin squeeze in the case of positive margins, the Commission needs to prove the…
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Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Germany | 1 Feb 2018

Corporate Crime Monthly Update January 2018 | Germany

The German Federal Court of Justice (Bundesgerichtshof, BGH), in its landmark decision of 9 May 2017 (1 StR 265/16), recognised for the first time…
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Buckley LLP | USA | 28 Apr 2017

Two Telecom Executives Pay FCPA Penalties

Two former executives of a Hungarian telecommunications company, Magyar Telekom, recently agreed to settle their FCPA claims with the SEC and pay…
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Kelley Drye & Warren LLP | Global | 16 Mar 2017

3GPP Paves Way for Accelerated 5G Standards Development

During a plenary meeting held March 6-9 in Dubrovnik, Croatia, the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) a standards-developing collaboration…
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Rimon Law Group | USA | 26 Jan 2017

FCC opens radio and television broadcasting to foreign entities

For more than 80 years, Section 310(b) of the Communications Act 1934 has been interpreted as prohibiting direct foreign ownership of more than 20% and indirect ownership of 25% or more of US radio and television broadcast stations. This will change as of January 31 2017, as the Federal Communications Commission recently removed longstanding prohibitions against these limitations on foreign......
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Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP | European Union | 11 Nov 2016

EU Approves Allocation of 700 MHz Band for 5G Services

Yesterday, European Union (EU) lawmakers approved plans to allocate 700 MHz frequencies currently used for digital television and wireless microphone…
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Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP | European Union, Germany | 22 Jul 2016

EC Approves Deutsche Telekom Vectoring Plan with Conditions

Plans by Deutsche Telekom (DT) to upgrade its German broadband network to reach speeds of up to 100 Mbps were approved this week by the European…
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Baker McKenzie | European Union, United Kingdom | 18 Jul 2016

Brexit and the peculiar case of the telecommunications sector

The telecommunications sector has seen enormous growth over the past 20 years, driven by the twin demands for mobile telephony and internet access…
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