EU regulators are considering whether to require major technology firms to pay to use telecom networks.
Administrative law makes the modern state compatible with principles of the rule of law.
Balancing the discretion afforded to multinational and domestic authorities presents special challenges to judges in ensuring effective application of European Union environmental law.
Scholar argues that cooperation and competition can co-exist in the European telecom industry.
Despite differences, antitrust enforcement models in the U.S. and Europe have some features in common.
How should the EU encourage next-generation networks?.
Policy makers must consider how environmental regulation affects markets.