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Transformational change and innovation continue to characterize your industry. Ever more people communicate; society gets better connected; the world gets smaller.
While these fast-moving global developments are what it’s all about in the communications industry, they also create challenges. You face business, legal and regulatory pressures to deliver, be competitive and keep ahead of the game.
You need support from advisors that work alongside you, helping you deal with these demands—results-focused advisors and influencers who know that in your global industry it’s all about understanding local differences; who know how to help you reduce risk and unlock value; translating their deep communications industry experience and know-how into highly relevant, practical and commercial advice.
Dentons’ dedicated, truly global Communications Group is a highly-rated talent-base consisting of can-do people that have built their reputations at the sharp end of change and innovation right across your industry. Connected people who you can trust to help resolve your most complex challenges and shape the future of your business—faster, more efficiently and cost effectively.
The 2013 edition of The Legal 500 US recognizes 15 Dentons practices and 42 lawyers, representing a more than 50 percent increase in total rankings in the past year. Recognition for the Firm includes "seamless extensions of clients’ teams;" "exemplary strategic and tactical leadership;" and "far above other firms, both in technical strengths and business experience." Read more
Dentons has been awarded 'Law Firm of the Year' at the TMT Middle East & North Africa Conference, held yesterday in Dubai. Dentons was chosen for the award by a 10-strong judging panel made up of telecom operator, finance and consultancy representatives. Read more
Earlier this year, the Communications sector team advised Virgin on a strategic partnership agreement to merge its South African mobile telecoms business with Middle East telecoms operator FRiENDi Group to become a new entity called Virgin Mobile Middle East & Africa (VMMEA). On December 4, the deal was honored with the prestigious Telecoms Deal of the Year Award at the CommsMEA 2012 Awards in Dubai. Read more
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The advent of widely available technology has created exciting potential for great change in large industries around the world.
Technology is an increasingly integral component of business practices across sectors. In this video interview, partner Todd Daubert examines how technology can be used to deliver goods and services, and the advantages and challenges it can create for companies.
From Snowden to Snapchat, data privacy is a hot topic. Partner Todd Daubert explores the global data landscape, keys to protecting company data, privacy laws around the globe among other of-the-moment issues. He also looks at the EU Data Protection Directive and UK Data Protection Act, international data transfers, employment issues and security in the cloud. Read more
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Dentons announced today that Garreth Sarosi has joined the Firm's Intellectual Property and Technology practice as a partner in the Dallas office. He arrives with more than a decade of experience handling complex IP litigation matters in multiple areas of focus, as well as managing antitrust compliance and government investigations, consumer policies, transactional due diligence, class action litigation and more. Read more
International law firm Salans has appointed Igor Ostrowski as a Partner and Head of its Central and Eastern European IP, Technology & Communications Practice. He is based in Salans’ Warsaw office. Read more
Salans advised Intelcia, the Moroccan group specialised in call center outsourcing, on its acquisition of controlling interest made up of shares representing 91.3% of The Marketingroup’s capital, a French call center specialist listed on the Paris Alternex market. Read more
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