Telecommunications: Regulations and contracts

Adaltys is involved in all the regulatory and contractual aspects of complex telecom activities or projects: purchase of equipment (cell phones, PCs, tablets, modems, boxes, routers, Wi-Fi hotspots, etc.), provision of services, establishment/operation or sharing of networks or passive infrastructures, digital development of the territory and RIP.
Thus, Adaltys supports service providers (telco, MNO, MVNO, SS2I, GAFAM) as well as companies using these services and local authorities in :
-drafting and negotiating commercial contracts for the purchase, lease, sale or distribution of services or equipment (over-the-counter or tenders) with local or international operators, manufacturers or integrators/installers (interconnection/access, wholesale and industrial partnerships, IRU, voice/data, VAS, mobile services, fixed telephony, internet access, Wi-Fi or DAS access, hosted PABX/IPBX or centrex, private VPN, LAN, WAN, 4G/5G Pro, satellites, M2M and IoT… ) ;

-the study of regulatory conditions for access to telecom markets and network deployment (civil engineering, town planning rules, rental of masts, towers and ducts, etc.);

-relations with ARCEP, ANFR and ANSSI (requests for frequencies and authorizations, settlement of disputes, control and sanction procedures)

-regulatory monitoring and awareness or training to take into account new European legal and regulatory issues (CECE, DAN DSA, DMA, DGA, DA, etc.).

Calling on all of the firm's cross-disciplinary expertise in public law, commercial law, IT and telecoms, Adaltys has a team of lawyers with operational experience in the sector thanks to the positions they have held with telecoms operators or the ARCEP. Adaltys thus offers concrete solutions adapted to the business and new economic models by integrating regulatory, commercial and competitive issues, in conjunction with the various stakeholders.