We understand that to our clients, telecoms isn't about law,
it's about business.
We stay connected, informed and sharp, bringing continuous improvement to our clients' businesses.
We're fortunate to include market leaders and sector trailblazers in our impressive client base, sealing our reputation as a globally recognised telecoms practice.
Telecoms has an enormous impact on society and we're passionate about contributing. In contrast to traditional passive legal advisers we influence the development of the sector through our thought leadership and connections with the most important market players. We shape opinions and deliver insight, which is why our clients actively seek our support to help them shape the future of the industry.
An integrated team
Our multi-disciplinary lawyers, across Europe and Asia, have the specialist skills to cover all legal aspects of the telecoms sector and its convergence with adjacent technology and media sectors. By translating our expertise into practical, commercial and high quality advice we help our clients to maintain their leadership roles in the marketplace.
Our clients are both providers and users of telecoms services. Our experience extends across all types of network and platform - fixed, mobile, satellite, VPN, NGN, terrestrial broadcasting, cable TV and the internet.
We advise on the full range of issues in the sector: commercial/transactional, regulatory, corporate/M&A, finance, competition, intellectual property, dispute resolution, real estate and tax.
Our telecoms lawyers, operating through our European network of offices in Berlin, Brussels, London, Madrid, Paris and Singapore are all recommended by a number of independent guides as leading lawyers in the telecoms sector.
We work closely with the leading telecoms lawyers in other jurisdictions and excel at cross-border deals and disputes.
Click here to read Olswang's Chapters on EU and UK "Telecoms, Media and Internet Law and Regulations 2013" published in the latest edition of the ICLG international comparative legal guide. The chapters were written by Blanca Escribano, Christoph Enaux and Purvi Parekh.