2 November 2021 | Virtual Conference
Delivered Live (CET Time) & On Demand Afterwards
Competition Law & Regulation in the Telecoms, Media & Technology Sector
Join us for an in-depth review of regulation & practical analysis of recent cases in the TMT sector.
REGULATORS, IN-HOUSE COUNSEL AND TOP LEGAL MINDS JOINING THE VIRTUAL STAGE IN 2021 INCLUDE:
UP-TO-THE-MINUTE GUIDANCE ON THE LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING THE TELECOMS, MEDIA & TECHNOLOGY SECTORS:
Gain an in-depth review of the major regulatory and case law developments affecting the TMT sector, then join us for highly focused streamed sessions on the specific issues affecting telecoms, media and technology.
Regulating the Telecoms Sector
In the morning, we have 2 sessions dedicated to regulation in the TMT sector including a Keynote Address from the European Commission and a session on the New Regulatory Framework a Year after Implementation which will offer you a review of the implementation of the Electronic Communications Code across Europe, as well as practical consequences for the telecoms sector.
Regulating the Digital Sector
Examine how competition authorities in Europe and beyond are approaching regulation of tech platforms by reviewing ex ante regulation proposals (DMA and DSA) in Europe, CMA's approach to digital markets, including their study into mobile ecosystems and Germany's 19a initiative and approaches in the US and Australia. Then, analyse the proposals for Artificial Intelligence Regulation.
We have dedicated 3 sessions to developments in merger control looking specifically at consolidation in the telecoms market and horizontal and vertical platform mergers, including recent mergers such as Facebook/Kustomer, Amazon/MGM deal and others, as well as the implications of Article 22 guidelines.
Choose from 1 of 2 highly focused streamed sessions:
Don't forget, if you want to join both the streams taking place at the same time, all of the sessions will be recorded so you can watch them on-demand.
Review the latest developments in co-investment & network sharing and consider the interface between IP and competition law.
Consider the relationship between privacy & competition law by reviewing recent cases, including Apple IoS updates, google cookies etc. Debate whether privacy is being used as an excuse for anti-competitive behaviour and whether privacy and competition law can be aligned.
Debate Australia’s Media Bargaining Code for tech platforms and whether the EU will consider a similar code.
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