Cutting edge advice & strong connections & refreshing your outlook & the lawyers to call & complete clarity & ground breaking solutions & that's Communications with Bird & Bird
A truly international firm & organised around our clients & passion and insight & connecting with our clients’ vision & commercial advantage & where service matters & that’s Bird & Bird
For over three decades Bird & Bird has been at the forefront of developments in international communications law, advising on some of the largest, most complex and groundbreaking transactions and disputes the industry has seen. We remain active in fixed technologies and helping our clients work through the challenges and opportunities raised by next generation networks whilst also embracing mobility as the heart of modern life.
We have acted as a full service legal provider for many of the world’s leading communications, broadcasting and internet companies as well as banks and government bodies. We can advise you on the strategic, operational, corporate and contentious aspects of your business to help you achieve real commercial advantage.
Our global team can advise you on the full scope of communications matters, from regulatory and commercial to M&A, intellectual property and disputes, using specialists from our different practice groups. These specialists have extensive experience of advising communications businesses and on communications related matters. Our extensive and ever-developing experience has provided us with a deep understanding of how customers source communication services and the legitimate concerns they have on their side of the table. We provide a one-stop-shop for all the issues you face, including:
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Chambers UK 2015
Who's Who Legal 2015
This briefing note advises readers on the immediate considerations and anticipates how Brexit will impact on the telecommunications industry in the UK.
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The Investigatory Powers Bill received Royal Assent on 29 November 2016
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