Expert legal support

Unrivalled sector expertise, combined with our strong quantitative skills, has enabled Analysys Mason to build up an outstanding track record in litigation support for fixed, mobile and satellite operators.

We can provide assistance to a wide variety of clients – and for many types of dispute – and we have developed modelling methodologies for calculating damages and building winning cases.

How we can help you

Our consultants and analysts have worked with public bodies and private companies from around the world.

They have been witnesses or provided expert technical advice in a range of proceedings, including:

  • the provision of expert witness services in an arbitration case between the former owners of a mobile network operator in a CIS state and the government of that state, assessing the damages incurred under a number of potential market development scenarios
  • support to a Western European alternative operator in a legal dispute with the incumbent regarding abuse of market power
  • the provision of economic, business case and litigation support advice for a regional development agency programme in response to a complaint made to the European Commission's Directorate General for Competition
  • support to a major satellite teleport operator in the Middle East which was involved in a legal dispute with the owner of the land on which the teleport was constructed.

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    In September 2013, the European Commission (EC) released its final Recommendation on a consistent approach to non-discrimination and costing for wholesale services related to broadband access ('the Recommendation'). This article discusses the implications of this for national telecoms regulators as they begin their latest analyses for the wholesale access market.

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    The quality of fixed and mobile broadband services does not always meet consumers' expectations, and national regulatory authorities (NRAs) are beginning to take a proactive approach to consider how these expectations can be met. In this article, we examine the difficulties that consumers face when seeking improved service from broadband service providers (BSPs) and discuss the ways that NRAs can help to protect consumers' interests.

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    The European Commission (EC) released a proposed legislative package in September that it stated is aimed at "building a connected, competitive continent." This may be good politics, but it is not good economics. Lower prices may be popular today, but if they are inefficient they will lead to lower investment. This article examines the key issues.

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