Publication of the ICLG (International Comparative Legal Guide) to Telecoms, Media & Internet 2022

The 2022 International Comparative Legal Guide to Telecoms, Media & Internet has been published. BEHRING’s exclusive chapter for France is available here.

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BEHRING is listed in Tier 1 of the legal 500 ranking again

We are delighted to announce that BEHRING has once again this year ascended to Tier 1 in the Legal 500 ranking in the telecoms category, where Anne-Solène Gay, who founded the firm, also features as a notable lawyer in this sector.

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Jeune Afrique Business+ ranking

We are delighted to announce that the founder of Parisian law firm BEHRING, which specialises in telecommunications, space and digital law, Anne-Solène GAY, has ascended to the sixth place (in a tie) in the Jeune Afrique Business+ ranking of business lawyers who made an impact in 2020, thus ...Lire la suite

BEHRING has been selected by Best Lawyers™

We are delighted to announce that BEHRING has been selected to feature in the 12th edition of Best Lawyers™ in France 2022, in particular for its practice in Telecommunications Law where the firm has featured for ...Lire la suite

Connection data and national security: the French Administrative supreme court’s judgment

In a ruling dated April 21, 2021 informally known as “French Data Network” ...Lire la suite

BEHRING has made the cut in the Jeune Afrique Business+ ranking

We are delighted to announce that BEHRING has been selected to feature in the ranking of the 100 most influential business lawyers in French-speaking Africa. Anne-Solène Gay features in 10th position.

BEHRING frequently acts in several African countries in the context of large ...Lire la suite

BEHRING has been selected by Best Lawyers™

We are delighted to announce that BEHRING has been selected to feature in the 11th edition of Best Lawyers™ in France 2021, in particular for its practice in Telecommunications Law where the firm has featured for ...Lire la suite

Parliament adopts anti-Huawei law on 5G

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BEHRING has been selected by Best Lawyers™ in France

We are delighted to inform you that BEHRING has just been selected for inclusion in the 10th Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in France notably for its practice in Telecommunications Law.

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Publication of the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws 2019

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws 2017 has been published. BEHRING exclusive chapter for France is available here.

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Décideurs Afrique 2018 Ranking: BEHRING awarded!

BEHRING is proud to announce his ranking as one of the best Africa Desk TMT practice by Leaders League’s Décideurs.Distinguished as having a strong reputation, Décideurs acknowledged the experience of BEHRING’s founding partner Lire la suite

Client Choice Award 2018: BEHRING wins the award for its telecom practice

We are delighted to inform you that, for the second year in row, BEHRING wins the Client Choice Award for its practice in telecommunications law.

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The IFER tax is extended to fiber and coaxial cable

The extension of the flat-rate tax on network businesses (IFER) to broadband and high-speed networks in now a reality.

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Anne-Solène Gay has been selected by The Best Lawyers™ in France

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We are delighted to inform you that Anne-Solène Gay has just been selected for inclusion in the Eighth Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in ...Lire la suite

BEHRING won the Client Choice Award 2017 for its telecom practice

We are delighted to inform you that BEHRING just won the Client Choice Award 2017 for its practice in telecommunications law.


The official list of selected firms is available on the Client Choice ...Lire la suite

Roaming: The council of the European Union sets out its position on the wholesale roaming tariffs

On 2 December 2016, the Council of the European Union adopted a general guidance on the wholesale roaming tariffs that each telecom operator charges to other telecom operator ...Lire la suite

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws 2017

The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media & Internet Laws 2017 has been published. BEHRING exclusive chapter for France is available Lire la suite

Net neutrality: BEREC publishes guidelines in favour of the proponents of the net neutrality

After a public consultation which gave rise to many contributions, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) published its Lire la suite

The BEREC launched a public consultation on draft guidelines regarding net neutrality

The European Regulation (UE) 2015/2120 adopted in November 2015 laying down measures concerning open internet access entered into force on April 30th 2016. On June ...Lire la suite

The French Competition Authority fines 15 million euros Altice/Numericable group for non-compliance with some of the commitments related to the acquisition of SFR

By a decision of April 19th, 2016, the French Competition Authority sentenced Altice/Numericable group to pay a fine of 15 million euros for non-compliance with some of ...Lire la suite

FttH is the “real fiber”

Is FttB, as FttH, the “real fiber”? The government decided, with the approval of ARCEP, to give a negative answer and, therefore, to rule in favor of Orange and Free against Numericable-SFR.

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The KOSC consortium has been approved by the French competition authority for the takeover of COMPLETEL's DSL network.

In a press release dated December 22, 2015, the French competition authority (Autorité de la concurrence) announced that it authorized the KOSC consortium to take over COMPLETEL's DSL ...Lire la suite

The « Macron Law » promotes the digital economy

The French law n°2015-990 to promote the economic growth, activity and equity economic opportunity (known as “Macron Law”), dated August 6, 2015 and promulgated on August 7, 2015, includes ...Lire la suite

The ARCEP facilitates the deployment of 4G networks

The French national electronic communications and postal regulation authority (ARCEP), which had been appealed by Free, was called upon to consider the validity of the restrictions imposed by Orange for using the services initially planned for the fixed web traffic in order to rout mobile ...Lire la suite

The allocation of 700 MHz frequency

The increasing data flow required for the "mobile internet" induces a growing need of radio frequencies for mobile operators. Therefore, operators are looking for frequency bands in order to develop their 3G or 4G activities and to declutter their networks.

The French government decided ...Lire la suite

The French competition Authority reviews TDF’s proposal to reform its antenna hosting contracts

To ensure a nationwide network coverage, telecom operators need to deploy highly located antennas called towers. These towers can be the property of the telecom operators themselves or belong to specialized tower companies like TDF. The tower companies rent the towers to telecom operators ...Lire la suite

ARCEP places the wholesale markets for SMS termination under surveillance

The wholesale market for SMS termination is a structural monopoly. The regulation of this market is a key element for maintaining a decent level of competition between telecom operators in France (especially the regulation of the price paid by an operator when one of its client sends a SMS to a ...Lire la suite