EU threatens ICANN with a fine due to breach of data protection
With the arrival of new means of communication, there is no clear-cut answer to the question of whether the Telecommunications law is applicable. We will be happy to carry out a comprehensive assessment for you and assist you with any questions relating to the Telecommunications Act.
In all matters of press law, the conflicting fundamental rights must be weighed against each other. Freedom of opinion and the right to information clash with personal rights. We are more than happy to support you in asserting your rights, whether you are the person concerned or the publishing medium.
We provide you with support in your lobbying work, e.g. by drafting statements in the context of the legislative process as well as for internal and external opinion-forming.
We also examine new possibilities for advertising and appearances, such as influencer marketing, in particular with regard to aspects of competition law and data protection law as well as questions of intellectual property law.
We will draft and review your wholesale or OTT contracts. We also provide general advice on your projects.
For a long time now, personal rights have also had a commercial value, which can be protected as well as exploited. We will support you in the granting of rights and in all legal issues relating to monetisation.
Fibre optic contracts are a fundamental part of the media and telecommunications sector. We also provide support in complaints against 5G antennas.
We offer advice to you both as registrar and as registry for ccTLDs, gTLDs and newgTLDs in connection with tenders, awards at ICANN, registrar contracts, general terms and conditions and registration conditions.
We provide you with sound knowledge when it comes to the question of liability. Particularly with regard to provider liability; with the rapid pace of technological change, there is no per se classification of providers into rigid categories. Whether access provider, hosting provider or content provider, we will clarify your liability issues.
We have been retained by a legal publishing house to provide them with ongoing support in all questions arising in connection with media law and freedom of expression. We are their court representatives.
Some of our lawyers are members of the International Bar Association in the IBA Litigation Committee, an international association of litigators, in which they exchange views on procedural law issues
Lawyer Robert Golz, LL.M. is a regular participant in the annual media law forum of Deutsche Fachverlag GmbH, which takes place in Frankfurt. A high level event dealing with questions concerning all aspects of media law, in which corporate legal advisers, lawyers and judges participate and exchange views.
Both our firm and one of our Partners, lawyer Robert Golz, LL.M. have consistently been named as the most highly recommended practice and individual lawyer for media law by corporate lawyers in a study conducted by Kanzleimonitor.de.
This book is a practical guide to all the legal issues that arise when publishing photographs on the internet. The authors provide you with the necessary information on legal issues.
The .swiss domain was launched on 7 September 2015. In contrast to .ch, domains can only be registered under .swiss if applicants satisfy specific assignment requirements. First come, first served – a long established principle in the area of domain names is sidelined by .swiss. Companies are therefore well advised to obtain information at an early stage or seek advice.