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Telecommunication Laws in Europe: Law and Regulation of Electronic Communications 6th ed

Edited by: Joachim Scherer

ISBN13: 9781847668851
New Edition ISBN: 9781526518958
Previous Edition ISBN: 1845920783
Published: February 2013
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £225.00



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Essential reading for all lawyers and non-legal executives involved in telecom, IT and media, this reference book provides a comprehensive up-to-date overview of telecommunications regulation and law in Europe.

It describes and analyses the regulatory environment under EU law, under the laws of all EU member states and of seven non-EU member states. Setting out the rights and obligations of communications operators, this practical and authoritative resource highlights the opportunities and risks associated with implementing any major project within the European communications sector.

Written on a country-by-country basis each chapter is contributed by an industry expert of the respective country and offers an in-depth, country-specific overview of the relevant laws and regulations.

Each chapter covers: market; legal structure; regulation of networks and services; access and interconnection; control of anti-competitive behaviour; consumer protection; data protection; access to property and rights of way; equipment approval; enforcement and remedies and convergence.

Subjects:
Intellectual Property Law, Media and Entertainment Law, Telecommunications Law
Contents:
Part 1 Telecommunication Law and Policy of the European Union:
1. Electronic Communication Law and Policy of the European Union
2. EU Competition Law in the Telecommunications Sector
3. Data Protection and Privacy

Part 2 International Regulatory Framework:
4. The Law of the International Telecommunication Union and the World Trade Organisation
5. Compliance and Risk Management

Part 3 Telecommunication Laws in EU Member States:
6. The Austrian Market for Electronic Communications
7. The Belgian Market for Electronic Communications
8. The Bulgarian Market for Electronic Communications
9. The Cyprus Market for Electronic Communications
10. The Czech Market for Electronic Communications
11. The Danish Market for Electronic Communications
12. The Estonian Market for Electronic Communications
13. The Finnish Market for Communications
14. The French Market for Electronic Communications
15. The German Market for Electronic Communications
16. The Greek Market for Electronic Communications
17. The Hungarian Market for Electronic Communications
18. The Irish Market for Electronic Communications
19. The Italian Market for Electronic Telecommunications
20. The Latvian Market for Electronic Telecommunications
21. The Lithuanian Market for Electronic Communications
22. The Luxembourg Market for Electronic Communications
23. The Maltese Market for Electronic Communications
24. The Dutch Market for Electronic Communications
25. The Polish Market for Electronic Communications
26. The Portuguese Market for Electronic Communications
27. The Romanian Market for Electronic Communications
28. The Slovak Market for Electronic Communications
29. The Slovenian Market for Electronic Communications
30. The Spanish Market For Electronic Communications
31. The Swedish Market for Electronic Communications
32. The UK Market for Electronic Communications

Part 4 Telecommunication Laws in Non-EU Member States:
33. The Croatian Market for Electronic Communications
34. The Macedonian Market for Electronic Communications
35. The Norwegian Market for Electronic Telecommunications
36. The Russian Market for Electronic Communications
37. The Swiss Market for Electronic Communications
38. The Turkish Market for Electronic Communications
39. The Ukrainian Market for Electronic Communications.