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Telecom Law and Practice 2020 - Virtual Seminars

This event takes place in the shadow of COVID 19. With venues remaining closed and working from home still the norm, we have reviewed and updated the programme and the event will now presented as three, approximately two hour virtual sessions.

Start Date Venue Price  
5 October 2020 Virtual Conference - Session 1    
12 October 2020 Virtual Conference - Session 2    
2 November 2020 Virtual Conference - Session 3    

Note: All prices are to be paid in GBP and are subject to VAT at the prevailing rate

Event duration: Three Virtual Sessions (Each session 1.45 hours CPD).
Registration from: 15.20. Event starts at: 15.25. Event finishes at: 17.00 - 17.30.

Booking Note: Each session must be booked one at a time. If you wish to attend all 3 sessions then please buy the full event package here

Download and print your full course brochure here

Is The Code Fit for Purpose?

It is generally muted that the code is exactly what the telecom industry wanted, and the legislation was passed with virtually no changes, despite substantial stakeholder proposed amendments. So why is it resulting in so many challenges, failures to agree; which is causing inertia in the roll out of the technology in the UK?

Some may say that the operators have failed to understand the way in which it works and that is the biggest issue in the market today. What is factual, the market is now emerging through case law.  

Where Is The Market Going?

Is there any way the fractured and dysfunctional market can create a working agenda that works for landlords, operators and the roll of 5G? This is why this conference is vital for everyone involved in the industry.

Speakers

Programme

SESSION 3 - MONDAY 2 NOVEMBER



When The Parties Fail to Engage

Welcome and Introduction from the Conference Chairman - Barry Denyer-Green


Who Has Jurisdiction and Under What Circumstances? - Oliver Radley-Gardner

  • Jurisdictional issues - Tribunal v County Court
  • What are the limitation on what the Tribunal can impose? 

Procedures at Tribunal - Donald Scannell

  • How are telecom cases handled
  • Time scales
  • Problems for the Tribunal 
  • Pre hearing evidence and their presentation
  • How to assist and expedite cases to be heard

How The Code is Evolving Through Case Law - Toby WatkinJonathan Wills

  • Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Ltd v University of the Arts London [2020] UKUT 0248 (LC)

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