Ofcom’s announcement of plans to make Openreach a “legally separate” company within BT have been met with muted cheers from some in the telecoms world, while others caution that the proposals do not go far enough to ensure the UK gets the investment it needs.
Congress orders FAA to require marking for some towers 200’ or less.
There has been a lot of press about the fact that the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) recently increased the civil penalties from $16,000 to $40,000 for each violation of certain trade regulations and final Commission orders.
False Ad Claims Fail to Crystalize As Court Dismisses Amended Complaint Against Sharp Electronics with Prejudice
Dismissals of class action complaints with prejudice are not as common as dismissals with leave to replead, but a recent decision in the District of New Jersey illustrates the circumstances under which a dismissal with prejudice is appropriate.
An FCC decision fining a cable company $11,000 for not adequately recruiting for job openings should be viewed as a warning to broadcasters as well as well as MVPDs – failure to recruit for job openings by disseminating information about those opening through diverse sources will likely result in a substantial fine under the current rules being enforced by the Commission’s Media Bureau.
On Sunday July 24, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) informed Russian whistleblower Yuliya Stepanova that she is not allowed to compete in the 2016 Rio Olympics.
The Olympic Games are almost here and—right on schedule—companies are already brushing up against the bristles of the intellectual property of the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
On Friday, one of Portland’s best ad agencies, Sockeye, launched a video advertising campaign for a marijuana beverage.
The UK’s vote to leave the European Union in a so-called ‘Brexit’ referendum throws up a host of issues for the Media, Sport and Entertainment sector, many of which will hinge on the outcome of negotiations following the triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty.