A unique overview for anyone working in telecommunications or for anyone outside the sector who wants to understand the complex intersections of technical, regulatory, consumer and competition issues that define the industry.
A concise and accessible snapshot of macro issues and key trends in Australian communications in the near to medium term
Analysis of both the macro consumer and commercial pressures
Overview of key legal and regulatory developments
About the Author
The Australian communications continues to move through a time of major change. Over the last few years, we have seen fundamental shifts in retail demand and consumption habits. We believe these trends will continue and intensify throughout 2015 and beyond, while at the same time the Federal Government beds down a series of changes to Australia’s national broadband network project.
In these changing times, this work is intended to produce a single, concise and accessible snapshot of the key trends in the near to medium term. We include analysis of both the macro consumer and commercial pressures as well as an overview of key legal and regulatory developments.
Analysis of NBN project and the impact that will have on the shape of the communications industry in Australia
James Halliday is a partner of the global law firm, Baker & McKenzie, and works extensively in the communications and technology sector. With over seventeen years' experience, James has acted for both local and international clients on many successful major transactions in these sectors.
Mary-Cate Byrne is an Associate at the global law firm, Baker & McKenzie and works across the technology, communications and commercial areas. Mary-Cate has worked in both Sydney and London, during Mary-Cate's time in the United Kingdom she worked in an in-house capacity spanning the film, music and technology sectors.