Fresh grounds and evidence before the CAT
On the face of it, BT was the main winner in this week’s ruling from the Competition Appeal Tribunal: see British Telecommunications plc v Office of Communications  CAT 6. However, the decision, which makes interesting comments on the rights of parties to adduce new grounds and evidence on an appeal, raises important notes of… Continue reading
Dogma in telecoms, cream for the CAT: 08- numbers in the Supreme Court
The Supreme Court yesterday handed down judgment in British Telecommunications plc v Telefónica O2 UK Ltd & Ors  UKSC 42. Reversing the decision of the Court of Appeal (blogged on here by Emily Neill), Lord Sumption for a unanimous Supreme Court held that there had been no basis for Ofcom to disallow BT’s introduction… Continue readingAccess Directive, Article 20, Article 5, Article 8, call termination, CAT, competition appeal tribunal, contract, Court of Appeal, Directive 2002/19/EC, Directive 2002/21/EC, dispute resolution, disputes, Framework Directive, interconnection, Lord Sumption, s. 185, s. 192, section 185, section 192, supreme court, telecoms
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