law, policy, economics
Towerhouse Consulting is extremely pleased to be recognised by The Legal500 as one of the leading solicitors firms practising telecoms law.
The Legal500 is a definitive 'client's guide' to UK law firms. It is fully independent and is the only such guide to be researched and written by a team of professional legal journalists.
We are easily the smallest, youngest firm to be named in this category and it is hugely gratifying to receive this sort of recognition from an independent source.
We owe a big debt of thanks to our clients - without whom we could not, of course have achieved this accolade - and we look forward to building on the achievement.
high-profile clients including Verizon and Easynet on the regulation
of electronic communications. Managing partner Paul
Brisby, an 'outstanding strategic thinker', is recommended."
Ofcom Dispute Resolution Guidelines: Ofcom
has published a consultation on its approach to dealing with disputes
between communications providers. (17 December 2010)
Appeals from Ofcom decisions.
Time for reform? (3 December 2010)
Functional Separation in UK telecoms markets: Time
to reconsider? Pioneered in the UK, functional separation is proving
an increasingly fashionable means of tackling competition problems
in the telecoms sector. (December 2010)
Networks Contracts - Some special
article deals with the law of contract and the particular characteristics
of negotiating contracts in the electronic communications sector. Report
by Domhnall Dods of Towerhouse Consulting (November 2010)
Wholesale Access and NGA - a
review from first principles: Report for Vodafone (with Ingenious
Consulting) (June 2010)
The Regulation of Wholesale
high-speed access services: An update report for MTS Allstream
providing updated information on the regulation of Wholesale high-speed
access services in the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. Submitted
by MTS Allstream in proceedings before the Canadian Radio Television
and Telecommunications Commission TNC 2009-261-7 (June 2010).
The Regulation of Wholesale
high-speed access services: A report for MTS Allstream on the regulation of Wholesale
High Speed Access Services in the UK, Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Submitted by MTS Allstream in proceedings before the Canadian Radio
Television and Telecommunications Commission TNC 2009-261-7 (Feb 2010).
The regulation of Wholesale
ethernet services: A report for MTS Allstream on the regulation
of Wholesale ethernet services in the UK - submitted in support of
MTS Allstream's Petition to the Governor in Council from Canadian
Radio Television and Telecommunications Commission Decision CRTC
2008-118 (March 2009).
Reform of European Electronic Communications
Law: First published in the Computer and Telecoms Law Review,
Sweet & Maxwell,
2010 Issue 4. The
Briefing was edited by Domhnall Dods, Senior Associate, with contributions
from Paul Brisby, Rosaleen Hubbard, Kate
Ollerenshaw and Bailey Ingram.
Paul Brisby's article on dispute resolution in telecoms, first published in the Computer and Telecommunications Law Review (Sweet & Maxwell), can be downloaded here:
This article first appeared in the January 2005 issue (11:01) of Computer and Telecommunications Law Review, published by Sweet & Maxwell.
Paul Brisby's review of The Economics
of Anti-trust and Regulation in Telecommunications (ed. Pierre Buigues and Patrick
Rey,) first published in the European Competition Law Review (Sweet & Maxwell)
is available for download here:
This review first appeared in the February 2005 issue (26:02) of European Competition Law Review , published by Sweet & Maxwell.
Paul Brisby's review of
The Structure of Regulatory Competition - Corporations and Public
Policies in a Global Economy (Dale
D.Murphy), first published in the European Competition Law Review (Sweet
and Maxwell) is available for download here:
This review first appeared in Volume 26: Issue 7 of the European Competition Law Review, published by Sweet and Maxwell.
Paul Brisby chaired the second day of the 8th Telecoms Regulation
and Competition Law Conference held in Brussels.
Paul Brisby and Rosaleen Hubbard each chaired one day of the Practical
Impact of Changing Telecoms Regulations Conference (The Lawyer
Conferences): 19th and 20th April 2005.
Paul Brisby addressed an audience of telecoms regulators from around
the globe at the International Telecommunication Union in
Geneva on 31 August 2004 on the subject of Dispute Resolution in Telecoms.
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