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November 2021
Brussels, Belgium

Competition Law & Regulation in the Telecoms, Media & Technology Sector

In-depth review of regulation and practical analysis of recent cases

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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 TMT Sector
Regulating the TMT Sector

In the morning we have 3 sessions dedicated to regulation in the TMT sector including a Keynote Address from the European Commission, a session on implementation of the New Regulatory Framework which will examine in detail NRA's and BEREC's approaches and finally a look at digital sector regulation including the latest on the proposals for the new competition law tool and the Digital Services Act.

Merger Control
Merger Control

3 dedicated sessions on merger control. Analyse the impact of Hutchinson-O2 on merger control in the sector and its likely consequences for consolidation across the sector. Gain insights into economic perspectives on mergers in the sector. Look at the latest proposals for the Market Definition Review and discuss the challenges to market definition caused specifically by the TMT sector.

Foreign Investment and Critical Infrastructure
Foreign Investment and Critical Infrastructure

As geopolitics and competition law collide, examine current approaches and future challenges of foreign investment in critical infrastructure. Review the 5G legal toolbox including implications for Huawei and sanctions. Examine the Commission’s White Paper on an Instrument on Foreign Subsidies and their strategic approach to foreign investment in critical infrastructure.

1 of 2 highly focused streamed sessions covered:


1. Media:
1. Media:

Vertical issues in the media sector including the latest on Universal merchandising and Pay-TV.

2. Telecoms:
2. Telecoms:

An analysis of the different models of network sharing, including in the context of 5G and their competition law implications. The latest developments in the interface between IP and competition law were examined.

3. Technology:
3. Technology:

The challenges of multi-sided platforms for competition law including market definition and the potential for remedies were considered.

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