Our telecommunications law team is one of the few with a recognised, sustained expertise in this demanding sector. Our work covers telecoms network infrastructure projects, industry specific commercial work, regulatory and competition advice and disputes, corporate and M&A transactions, dispute resolution, real estate, employment and pensions.
“DWF are quick to respond to our business needs, both with regard to legal advice and in-house support. Their collaborative and commercial approach has only served to further strengthen our relationship and enhance their credentials as one of our trusted legal advisors.”– Telefónica UK Limited
Whether you’re a public network operator, service provider, equipment and infrastructure vendor, industry investor or large-scale user of networks, systems and services, we have a national network of specialists with a commitment to providing decisive, sustainable direction.
A team who understands the challenges you face and the speed of change in your dynamic industry as well as offering sector-relevant advice and innovative solutions, grounded in clear technical knowledge. People who are trusted by some of the leading names in the telecoms industry including Orange/EE, Hutchison 3G UK Limited (‘3’), and institutional landlords such as Peel, having dealt with the telecoms infrastructure in a number of their flagship properties.
By James Fox, Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution Middle East, DWF (Middle East) LLP, Dubai, UAE.
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