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Articoli della categoria “Regulatory, Antitrust”

May 17

PHARMACEUTICAL ANTITRUST 2017 – ITALY

Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Pharmaceutical Antitrust 2017, (published in April 2017; contributing editors: Marta Giner Asins and Yann Anselin, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP). For further information please visit https://gettingthedealthrough.com/area/26/pharmaceutical-antitrust/. PHARMACEUTICAL REGULATORY LAW 1. Which legislation sets out the regulatory framework for the marketing, authorisation and pricing of… continua

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Jan 8

Italy regulates digital copyright enforcement

On December 12, 2013 the Italian Communications Authority (AGCOM) approved a new regulation on the enforcement of copyright in the context of online and audiovisual media services.This regulation will enter into force on March 31, 2014 and will require compliance with new policies and procedures. A groundbreaking innovation in the Italian and European media landscape for… continua

Feb 6

Developments in the tv sector in 2012 and Trends for 2013

2012 was characterized by fervent activity by the Italian authorities, which profoundly affected the country’s TV market and encouraged great expectations for 2013. In particular, the nullification of channel line-up (LCN or logical channel number) and the cancellation of “beauty contests” for the allocation of additional digital terrestrial television (DTT) frequencies shook up the prevailing… continua

Articolo inserito in: Regulatory, Antitrust, Television
Jan 24

DTT frequencies to be allocated

On November 14 2012 the Communications Authority (AGCOM) launched a public consultation on the scheme of the new regulation for the allocation of available digital terrestrial television (DTT) frequencies (internal digital dividend). The term to submit contributions expired on December 17 2012. The new regulation will govern the allocation of six DTT multiplexes after the… continua

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Oct 8

Digital Terrestrial Television: Italian Communications Authority Launches Public Consultation on Channel Line-Up

1.     The Decisions of the Council of State Voiding the Existing LCN At the end of August the Council of State (the Italian highest administrative court), with four decisions, has voided the regulation on the digital terrestrial television channel line-up (so called LCN – logical channel numbering) issued in 2010 by the Italian Communications Authority… continua

Articolo inserito in: Regulatory, Antitrust, Television
Oct 4

New Mandatory Fee for Corporations with Revenues over EUR50millions to Finance the
Italian Antitrust Authority (AGCM)

The Italian Government has recently amended* the Law no. 287 of October 10, 1990 (specifically, section 10, paragraph 7-ter and quarter) in relation to the modalities to fund the Italian Antitrust Authority (the “Authority”) by requiring Italian corporations (S.p.A.) and limited liability companies (S.r.l.), with annual revenues greater than 50 million Euro, to pay a… continua

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