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Paul Weiss | Netherlands, European Union | 11 Nov 2016

Vodafone Sells Dutch Wireline Broadband Unit to T-Mobile Netherlands

Fulfilling conditions that the European Commission (EC) attached to its approval of the Vodafone-Liberty Global (LG) joint venture in August, Vodafone


King & Wood Mallesons | United Kingdom | 1 Nov 2016

Ofcom fines Vodafone £4.6m for regulatory breaches

The General Conditions of Entitlement establish the main regulatory framework for communications providers in the UK. Breaches of the General


Herbert Smith Freehills LLP | Global, India | 8 Aug 2016

ICJ to appoint the presiding arbitrator in the India-Vodafone BIT claim

The International Court of Justice (“ICJ”) will appoint the presiding arbitrator in Vodafone’s BIT dispute with India, it was recently announced. The


Paul Weiss | European Union | 5 Aug 2016

EC Announces Conditional Approval of Vodafone-Liberty Joint Venture

On Wednesday, Vodafone and Liberty Global won European Commission (EC) consent to proceed with their proposed 50- 50 joint venture, which will merge


Hogan Lovells | United Kingdom | 27 Jul 2016

A conscious uncoupling: Ofcom’s proposals for Openreach

Ofcom’s announcement of plans to make Openreach a “legally separate” company within BT have been met with muted cheers from some in the telecoms


Bristows | Ireland | 13 Jul 2016

Vodafone v Intellectual Ventures - Is a new front about to open in the FRAND wars?

When Intellectual Ventures (IV), the world’s largest non-practising entity, sued Vodafone GmbH for infringement of a batch of its standard essential


Mason Hayes & Curran | Global, Ireland | 7 Jul 2016

How the Regulation of the Dot IE Domain Led To Success for Irish Business

This week's blog comes from Stephen Lynam, a student at Maynooth University and the winner of our inaugural Student Writing Contest. See here for


Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan | India | 5 Jul 2016

Amalgamation - Distinction between an instrument and instrument amounting to conveyance

In its recent judgment in Chief Controlling Revenue Authority v. Reliance Industries Ltd., Bombay High Court has taken the view that stamp duty is


LK Shields | European Union, Ireland | 27 Jun 2016

Telecoms Mergers - Mixed Signals from the Commission?

Mobile telecoms companies, like broadband operators and other network businesses across Europe, are investing in modernising their networks. Given


Stibbe | United Kingdom, European Union | 1 Jun 2016

Commission blocked Hutchison's proposed acquisition of Telefónica UK

On 11 May 2016, the European Commission blocked Hutchison's proposed acquisition of Telefónica UK ("O2"), despite remedies offered by the parties