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Electronic Communications Code Case Law Quarterly Update - Autumn 2022

This edition covers the renewal of Code agreements where there is a concurrent lease, access requirements for an MSV and valuing rent of mast sites under the 1954 Act

29 November 2022

Burges Salmon Arbitration Basics: ad hoc vs institutional arbitration

This article sets out the key considerations for the parties when choosing whether to opt for an ad hoc or an institutional arbitration
14 October 2022

Burges Salmon Arbitration Basics: arbitration vs litigation

In this article, we look at some of the key issues to consider when choosing arbitration as compared to litigation
27 September 2022

Burges Salmon Arbitration Basics: Key ingredients for the Arbitration Agreement

This article identifies the hallmarks of arbitration as a dispute resolution process and why it is an attractive option for parties to consider when drafting their agreements
16 August 2022

Electronic Communications Code Case Law Quarterly Update - Summer 2022

This edition covers cases on service in interim rights applications, removal of telecom apparatus and site providers’ liability to third parties, as well as the recent Supreme Court decision.

06 July 2022


Webinar on-demand: The new Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022 – What does it mean for Landlords and Tenants?

In this on-demand webinar, we consider the impact of the new legislation on landlords, tenants and other parties that have interests in leasehold property
03 May 2022

Electronic Communications Code Case Law Quarterly Update - Spring 2022

This edition includes an overview of the proposed changes to the Code as well as three decisions from the Court of Appeal, Upper Tribunal and County Court 
18 March 2022

Proposed Changes to the Electronic Communications Code: What you need to know

The Government is proposing to modify the 2017 Electronic Communications Code. In this article we summarise the key points of interest.

17 March 2022

Electronic Communications Code Case Law Quarterly Update Autumn 2021

This edition covers the Tribunal’s approach to the key issues of access, indemnities and the basis of renewal agreements
05 November 2021

COVID-19: Winding up petition restrictions to be replaced from 30 September 2021

The government has announced that the current restrictions on the presentation of winding up petitions would be replaced with more limited restrictions with effect from 1 October 2021
29 September 2021

When is a slogan a trade mark?

The General Court of the EU examines the minimum degree of distinctive character required for a mark consisting of a slogan to be accepted as an EU trade mark

12 February 2021

COVID-19: June quarter day and the impact of extension to commercial tenant protections

Ahead of the June Quarter Day, we consider the implications of the Government’s extension of measures to suspend evictions and protect tenants
23 June 2020
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