George Houpis, Director of Frontier’s (Europe) Telecommunications Practice, delivered the keynote speech to the Communications and Competition Law Conference in Brussels on competition issues in the mobile sector.
In a television documentary, the BBC investigated the case for the proposed barrage and tidal power station across the river Severn in the UK.
Today, the UK Competition Commission (CC) published further analysis conducted to help decide what remedies, if any, should be imposed to enhance competition in the supply of payment protection insurance (PPI).
Frontier (Europe) was commissioned by the European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA) to review research published jointly by the UK’s Department for Transport and Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs on the impact of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) on pricing and profits in the airline sector.
The Energy Council of the European Union (EU) today announced agreement on the package of legislation concerning the internal energy market, known as the third energy package.
A report by Frontier (Europe) examining the justification for public funding of a large barrage across the river Severn in the UK has been published today.
The drive towards localised renewable powered electricity generation and away from big, “dirty” power stations means that the manner in which electricity networks operate is changing.
The UK OFT (Office of Fair Trading) has decided today not to refer the anticipated merger between Transocean Inc. (Transocean) and GlobalSantaFe Corporation (GSF) to the Competition Commission (CC).
In September 2005, Lord Warner, appointed Lord Carter of Coles to lead an independent review of pathology services.
The UK Competition Commission (CC) today announces the start of its inquiry into the anticipated acquisition by Hamsard Ltd (a company jointly controlled by Live Nation (Music) UK Ltd and Gaiety Investments Ltd) of Academy Music Holdings Ltd.
Frontier (London) has been appointed by the regulatory authority in Jamaica to advise on the costs and benefits of the introduction of indirect access for the provision of telecommunications services.