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    Telecommunications Lawyers

The telecommunications sector has evolved rapidly in recent years with the emergence of 5G infrastructure; continued developments with Internet of Things (IoT) products; and related edge computing. 

The industry continues to strive to meet customer demand for increased speed, reliability and capacity, which will undoubtedly continue in years to come.

We can work with you on the full spectrum of issues that arise within the telecommunications industry, particularly within the complex regulatory space of telecommunications infrastructure and the Electronics Communications Code. We will help you to manage and mitigate the strategic challenges arising from the continual development and delivery of new types of digital services, particularly in connection with smart and assisted technologies and remote telecoms solutions.

Our international focus sees us advise a wide range of leading operators and other telecoms companies on a range of strategic matters, from ongoing technology disruption to digital transformation and diversification in the Middle East; the Caribbean; Africa and Europe. Our market leading advice to policy makers and regulators in these jurisdictions is changing competition and liberalisation initiatives, providing us with a broad perspective of the regulatory and commercial challenges facing both developing and developed markets.

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  • Thomas Snider, Reem Faqihi and Dalal Alhouti discuss the impact of technology on the arbitration landscape for Legal Community MENA

    Thomas R. Snider

    In the Press

  • Breaking Barriers: The Tech Revolution in Arbitration

    Thomas R. Snider

    Insights

  • Charles Russell Speechlys grows its rankings in The Legal 500 EMEA directory

    Frédéric Jeannin

    News

  • Forbes quotes Gareth Mills on the US government’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple

    Gareth Mills

    In the Press

  • The Financial Times quotes Nicola Thorpe on the importance of improving digital hygiene in the fight against cyber crime

    Nicola Thorpe

    In the Press

  • Embracing AI's potential in arbitration

    Thomas R. Snider

    Insights

  • Thomas Snider, Patrick Gearon and Dalal Alhouti discuss the impact of AI on international arbitration for Legal Community MENA

    Thomas R. Snider

    In the Press

  • Landmark European AI Act Passed By The European Parliament

    Louise Zafer

    Insights

  • A Modern Marriage: How AI Powered By Blockchain Could Protect IP Rights

    Shennind Awat-Ranai

    Insights

  • Digital assets consultation by the Law Commission

    Cheryl Tham

    Insights

  • Thomas Snider and Dalal Alhouti write for New Law Journal on international arbitration trends

    Thomas R. Snider

    In the Press

  • UK Government AI Regulation Response & Roadmap – Is the Government behind the wheel?

    Mark Bailey

    Insights

  • Charles Russell Speechlys advises the management sellers of Membr on its sale to Xplor Technologies

    Andrew Clarke

    News

  • Fortune quotes Richard Davies on sponsorship deals and the strength of brand/supporter loyalty in football

    Richard Davies

    In the Press

  • Nick White writes an opinion piece for City AM on the EU AI Act

    Nick White

    In the Press

  • Nick White and Olivia Gray write for Law360 on a Supreme Court decision on AI and patents

    Nick White

    In the Press

  • Legal tips and trends for Creative Design Agencies in 2024

    Rebecca Steer

    Insights

  • Charles Russell Speechlys advises Downing LLP on the successful refinancing of its loan facility with Kao Data

    News

  • Kelly Evans and Francesca Heath-Clarke write for People Management on the right to disconnect

    Kelly Evans

    In the Press

  • Charles Russell Speechlys advises Puma Private Equity on its investment into Transreport

    David Coates

    News

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