What is the scope of telecommunications law?
There is no standardised definition of the term „telecommunications”, and therefore the scope of telecommunications law changes according to definition. In any case, it comprises the Telecommunications Act. The purpose of this act is to encourage competition in the area of telecommunications by means of regulations, to provide for extensive, appropriate and sufficient services, as well as to establish a frequency regulation (§ 1 Telecommunications Act).
Where can you find further information on telecommunications law?
The Regulatory Authority for Telecommunications and Post offers a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of various topics in the area of telecommunications law, including data bases with telephone numbers you have to pay for, diallers, etc.
What can we do for you?
We advise and assist you in setting up e-business and e-service platforms. We individually check these special structures of sales from the point of view of legal questions relating to contracts, liability, licensing and other matters. Furthermore, we check and advise telecommunications enterprises on questions concerning licenses from the regulatory body other authorities involved. It is self-evident that we also draft provider, inter-carrier and final customer contracts.
What do we need to handle your legal questions concerning telecommunications law?
As far as licensing proceedings are concerned, we need an explication of the situation and all possible decisions or conversation notes. In all cases relating to contracts we need the contract including General Terms of Trade or at least the topic of the contract with technical guidelines as detailed as possible in order to revise the draft of the contract in the best possible way.