Telecommunications Law and Regulation

Paperback | October 15, 2012

EditorIan Walden

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Since the last edition of the book was published, there have been a number of important developments in the telecommunications industry. Telecommunications Law and Regulation takes these changes into account, including an examination of the EU New Regulatory Framework, as well as theestablishment of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC). There are also new chapters on spectrum management (radio frequencies), and consumer protection rules. The access and interconnection chapter addresses the issues surrounding the high capacity broadband widely provided by Next Generation Networks. The chapter on licensing and authorisation has beenrefocused to reflect the increasing regulatory focus on the mobile sector. The chapter on regulating content has also been significantly restructured and revised to reflect the changes in how we consume content.Written by leading experts, it is essential reading for legal practitioners and academics involved in the telecommunications industry.

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Since the last edition of the book was published, there have been a number of important developments in the telecommunications industry. Telecommunications Law and Regulation takes these changes into account, including an examination of the EU New Regulatory Framework, as well as theestablishment of the Body of European Regulators for ...

Dr Ian Walden is Professor of Information and Communications Law and Head of the Institute of Computer and Communications Law in the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary, University of London. Ian is a solicitor and is Of Counsel to Baker and McKenzie and is on the Board of the Press Complaints Commission. His publications inc...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:920 pages, 8.74 × 5.98 × 0.07 inPublished:October 15, 2012Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Part I: FUNDAMENTALS1. Ian Walden: Telecommunications Law and Regulation: An Introduction2. Lisa Correa: The Economics of Telecommunications RegulationPart II: REGULATORY REGIMES3. Helen Kemmitt: The Telecommunications Regime in the UK4. Ian Walden: European Union Communications Law5. Karen Lee and Jamison Prime: Overview of US Telecommunications LawPart III: KEY REGULATORY ISSUES6. Anne Flanagan: Authorisation and Licensing7. Anne Flanagan: Spectrum Management8. Ian Walden: Access and Interconnection9. Elizabeth Newman: Consumer Protection Rules for Telecommunications10. Vincent Smith and Edward Pitt: Competition Law in TelecommunicationsPart IV: TELECOMMUNICATIONS TRANSACTIONS11. Rhys Williams and Graeme Maguire: Capacity Agreements: From Wavelengths to MVNOs12. Michael Sinclair: Telecommunications OutsourcingPart V: COMMUNICATIONS CONTENT13. Christopher Millard: Communications Privacy14. Daithi Mac Sithigh: Convergence: The Impact of Broadcast Regulation on Telecommunications15. Chris Marsden: Regulating Content and Internet Services: From PRS to Net NeutralityPart VI: INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY REGIMES16. Ian Walden: International Telecommunications Law17. David Satola, Ann Buckingham, Cammilla Bustani and Cameron Whittfield: Telecommunications Reform in Emerging Markets

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"This book...makes a notoriously difficult area of the law accessible to all, without sacrificing the depth of analysis that is required by practitioners and serious academics...On any analysis, this book is an essential purchase for telecommunications and communications lawyers, includingpractitioners, academics and students." --Stewart Room (Rowe Cohen Solicitors), New Law Journal 15th July 2005