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DLA Piper | United Kingdom | 15 Apr 2019

The Electronic Communications Code - New case sheds light on Tribunal’s jurisdiction to impose an agreement under the Code

The Upper Tribunal recently issued another decision under the new Electronic Communications Code (the "Code") on its jurisdiction to impose an


Shoosmiths LLP | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

Telecoms Code: Tribunal clarifies who is entitled to grant a Code Agreement

Operators have been keen to make use of the powers granted to them by the new Code and we have already seen a significant number of Paragraph 20


Osborne Clarke | United Kingdom | 10 Apr 2019

Further clarification on the Electronic Communications Code as Tribunal considers its jurisdiction to grant Code rights

In its first decision on this issue, the Tribunal has ruled that a landowner cannot grant rights under the Electronic Communications Code to an


Maverick Advocaten NV | Netherlands, European Union | 19 Mar 2019

Telecom and Media 2019

2018 was a turbulent year in the Dutch telecom sector. After a lengthy investigation, the European Commission (“Commission”) at the end of November


Maverick Advocaten NV | Netherlands, European Union | 7 Mar 2019

Telecom en Media

2018 was een roerig jaar in het Nederlandse telecomlandschap. Na een langdurig onderzoek besloot de Europese Commissie (“Commissie”) eind November en


Schoenherr | Hungary | 20 Sep 2018

HCA's recent practice: cooperation and commitments

In recent years, the Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA) has seemingly aimed to Foster cooperation between itself and market participants. Recent


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | India | 11 Jun 2018

Delhi High Court refuses to grant injuction restraining Vodafone’s second BIT arbitration against India

In a decision dated 7 May 2018, the Delhi High Court dismissed the Government of India’s application to declare Vodafone’s second BIT arbitration


Paul Weiss | USA | 11 May 2018

Vodafone Strikes $22.5 Billion Deal for Liberty Global Cable Assets in Europe

Capping months of negotiation, Vodafone Group of the U.K. and Liberty Global (LG) announced the signing of an 18.4 billion (U.S. $22.5 billion)


Khaitan & Co | India | 10 May 2018

‘Delhi High Court dismisses anti-arbitration suit filed by the government of India’

The Delhi High Court (Court) pronounced its judgment in Union of India v. Vodafone Group PLC United Kingdom & Anr. dismissing Union of India's


Schoenherr | Hungary | 1 Feb 2018

Compliance and compensation in consumer protection cases: the Vodafone example

A recent Hungarian Competition Authority (HCA) decision concerning Vodafone demonstrates that a reasonable cooperative approach may significantly

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