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Enforcement and Judicial Review of Regulatory Decisions in Electronic Communications

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A Review of the Malta Experience with Reference to Other Common Law Member States in the eu

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Different aspects of enforcement and judicial review of regulatory decisions in electronic communications are examined with reference to the overall position under the eu Framework on electronic communications, whilst focusing on the experience in Malta and the procedures adopted compared to that in the common law Member States in the eu namely the United Kingdom and Ireland. Matters considered include the suspension of regulatory decisions once contested, the length of proceedings before the competent appeal bodies, the form and resources of such bodies and the extent of the powers of review that they have.

Affiliations: 1: Chief Legal Adviser, Malta Communications Authority,


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