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Regulation / Telecom & Media

The telecommunications and media sector is subject to extensive and complex regulatory systems, which require ongoing legal and regulatory assistance at many decision-making junctions.

Barnea & Co. provides ongoing legal advisory services to local and international telecom and media companies, such as fixed-line communications providers, international long-distance telephone operators, cellular service providers, internet service providers, multichannel television and broadcasting providers, technology companies, content suppliers, production companies and equipment suppliers.

 

The telecom and media department at Barnea & Co. represents its clients before the various authorities in relation to the key legislative processes in the industry and during legal proceedings and hearings, advises and assists clients in obtaining telecom and broadcasting licenses and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Our telecom and media department also provides guidance in relation to commercial operations in this sector, including in relation to merger and acquisition agreements, and the tendering of bids in national tenders.

 

Our firm also provides legal services to entities operating in the media and content segment, and helps them prepare commercial content agreements.

 

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News and updates - Regulation / Telecom & Media:


July 19, 2017

High Court Issues Interim Order on Channel 20’s Winning Bid for Knesset Channel

RGE, represented by Adv. Zohar Lande, Ronen Reingold and Adi Shoham of Barnea & Co., petitioned the High Court of Justice over the results of a tender concerning the operation of the new Knesset channel. It requested an interim order that would prevent the agreement with Channel 20, who had won the tender. In a hearing held today at the High Court of Justice, the interim order was issued, freezing the results of the tender.

July 3, 2017

New ILITA Guidelines Prescribes Criteria for Obtaining Consent to Provide Direct-Mail Services

Recently, ILITA (the Israel Law, Information and Technology Authority) published new guidelines addressing the interpretation and implementation of provisions of the Protection of Privacy Law relating to direct mail and direct-mail services.

Regulation / Telecom & Media

The telecommunications and media sector is subject to extensive and complex regulatory systems, which require ongoing legal and regulatory assistance at many decision-making junctions.

Barnea & Co. provides ongoing legal advisory services to local and international telecom and media companies, such as fixed-line communications providers, international long-distance telephone operators, cellular service providers, internet service providers, multichannel television and broadcasting providers, technology companies, content suppliers, production companies and equipment suppliers.

 

The telecom and media department at Barnea & Co. represents its clients before the various authorities in relation to the key legislative processes in the industry and during legal proceedings and hearings, advises and assists clients in obtaining telecom and broadcasting licenses and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements. Our telecom and media department also provides guidance in relation to commercial operations in this sector, including in relation to merger and acquisition agreements, and the tendering of bids in national tenders.

 

Our firm also provides legal services to entities operating in the media and content segment, and helps them prepare commercial content agreements.

 

Back to Regulation

News and updates - Regulation:


July 19, 2017

High Court Issues Interim Order on Channel 20’s Winning Bid for Knesset Channel

RGE, represented by Adv. Zohar Lande, Ronen Reingold and Adi Shoham of Barnea & Co., petitioned the High Court of Justice over the results of a tender concerning the operation of the new Knesset channel. It requested an interim order that would prevent the agreement with Channel 20, who had won the tender. In a hearing held today at the High Court of Justice, the interim order was issued, freezing the results of the tender.

July 3, 2017

New ILITA Guidelines Prescribes Criteria for Obtaining Consent to Provide Direct-Mail Services

Recently, ILITA (the Israel Law, Information and Technology Authority) published new guidelines addressing the interpretation and implementation of provisions of the Protection of Privacy Law relating to direct mail and direct-mail services.

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