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Fuelled by increased consumer demand for cutting edge products and low-cost services, your business is faced with the constant battle to offer ‘more for less’. Innovation is key, but you need to overcome significant regulatory and commercial hurdles, whether you operate in Italy or abroad. For the past two decades, our team of over 100 specialist partners have been exposed to every risk and challenge you may face in the TMC sector and have provided reliable advice, assisting national and international clients in reaching their business targets and respecting budgets.

We understand the industries in which you work and are able to develop innovative solutions for you.

The team’s experience has matured also as the result of the years of in-house counselling in major telecom industries and team members comprise of experts in regulatory, corporate, tax, finance, antitrust and litigation, in order to provide a global assistance to clients. We can assist start-ups, joint-venture projects and e-commerce projects and more generally in advising on policy developments in this area for both Italian and international companies.

Technological convergence coupled with the rapid spread of new technologies has opened up a wealth of opportunities in your industry and you must move swiftly to capitalize on them. To stay ahead of the competition, you need to spot and pre-empt legal difficulties before they arise. Our Italian multi-disciplinary team can help guide you towards the most commercially successful outcome.

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17/10/2018
Chin­a's courts pass con­tro­ver­sial rul­ings on open-source li­cen­cing
In a re­cent de­cision that could have leg­al im­plic­a­tions on the use of open-source soft­ware in China, the Beijing In­tel­lec­tu­al Prop­erty Court (BIPC) used a con­tro­ver­sial test to de­term­ine wheth­er soft­ware de­veloper YouZi in­fringed on copy­right or simply ex­ploited.
27/09/2018
Na­tion­al gambling au­thor­it­ies is­sue a de­clar­a­tion in which they raise...
On 17 Septem­ber 2018, 17 gambling reg­u­lat­ors is­sued a de­clar­a­tion in which they raised their con­cerns re­lated to the blur­ring lines between gambling and gam­ing. The de­clar­a­tion iden­ti­fies four main areas of con­cern: skin bet­ting, loot boxes, so­cial casino gam­ing.
27/09/2018
Dutch Gam­ing Au­thor­ity fines on­line bet­ting op­er­at­or EUR 312,500
The Dutch Gam­ing Au­thor­ity (DGA) has im­posed a fine of EUR 312,500 on on­line bet­ting op­er­at­or Mr Green Ltd (Mr Green), which ex­ploits the web­site www. mr­green. com, for vi­ol­at­ing the Dutch Bet­ting and Gam­ing Act (WOK).
13/08/2018
New EU reg­u­la­tion brings trans­par­ency to on­line in­ter­me­di­ar­ies and...
In the new draft  set of rules ("Pro­pos­al for a Reg­u­la­tion for fair­ness and trans­par­ency for busi­ness users of on­line in­ter­me­di­ation ser­vices"), the European Com­mis­sion will ob­lige on­line in­ter­me­di­ation ser­vices and search en­gines to ob­serve great­er fair­ness.
25/07/2018
Kenzo v Kenzo Es­tate: The CJEU con­siders the ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late...
In­tro­duc­tion The latest de­cision of the Court of Justice of the European Uni­on ("CJEU”) in the Kenzo case provides use­ful guid­ance on ad­miss­ib­il­ity of late evid­ence in EU trade mark ap­peal pro­ceed­ings and cla­ri­fies the mean­ing of ‘un­fair ad­vant­age’ for well-known.
16/07/2018
The mat­ter of Chris Froome
The Tour de France's de­cision to ad­mit the con­tro­ver­sial rider high­lights the dis­cre­tion­ary power of world sports or­gan­isa­tions like the IOC and ASO In early Ju­ly, the World Anti-Dop­ing Agency (WADA) an­nounced it would not ap­peal the de­cision of the Uni­on Cyc­liste.
07/06/2018
In­de­pend­ent re­view of in­teg­rity in ten­nis
In early 2016, the four or­gan­isa­tions prin­cip­ally re­spons­ible for gov­ern­ing pro­fes­sion­al ten­nis at the in­ter­na­tion­al level, the ATP, the WTA, the ITF and the Grand Slam Board (the "In­ter­na­tion­al Gov­ern­ing Bod­ies") ap­poin­ted an In­de­pend­ent Re­view Pan­el (the.
17/05/2018
Ar­ti­fi­cial In­tel­li­gence and Ro­bot­ics: From a La­bour and Tax Per­spect­ive...
Mod­ern in­form­a­tion tech­no­logy, in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms and pro­duc­tion ro­bots are strongly in­flu­en­cing the work­ing world in the 21st cen­tury. Every­day tasks are already be­ing per­formed by in­tel­li­gent al­gorithms.
29/03/2018
Study on Ini­tial Coin Of­fer­ings - New means of fun­drais­ing
At first glance, it is hard to be­lieve and to un­der­stand the claim of en­thu­si­asts that Block­chain tech­no­logy is sup­posed to be com­par­able with the spread of the in­ter­net in the 90s.   It would there­fore be a con­sequence of the tech­nic­al, even dis­rupt­ive in­nov­a­tions.
26/03/2018
McHardy with­draws in­junc­tion re­quest – Is this a vic­tory for open...
After the with­draw­al of re­quest for in­ter­im in­junc­tion in Co­logne High­er Re­gion­al Cour­ton March 7, can users of open source soft­ware breathe a sigh of re­lief or does this with­draw­al give rise to false hope? When Co­logne Re­gion­al Court is­sued an in­junc­tion in.
19/03/2018
Open Source Com­pli­ance
Open source com­pli­ance fail­ures can pose a ser­i­ous threat to af­fected com­pan­ies. Here is an over­view. After the first open source li­cense was en­forced by a Ger­man court in 2004, there is no longer any doubt about their valid­ity.
15/03/2018
Trans­par­ency in Big Data – New in­form­a­tion rights of the GDPR
One of the GDPR’s main ob­ject­ives is to in­crease trans­par­ency in Big Data. Sub­sequently, con­trol­lers are re­quired to re­veal more de­tails of their data pro­cessing op­er­a­tions. In­form­a­tion rights as in­di­vidu­al rights In­form­a­tion rights as stip­u­lated in art­icles.