Dr. Simon Assion

Dr. Simon Assion

Simon Assion is a Bird & Bird associate based in the Frankfurt office, working in the Commercial Practice Group. He specialises in communications law, particularly regarding cases and projects where different fields of law apply, such as telecommunications law, copyright law, competition law, media law and data protection law.

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Legal Practice on the Edge of Disruption
11 min to read
February 03, 2017
Legal Practice on the Edge of Disruption
The history of “disrupted” industries has one thing in common: At the beginning, the prevailing view in the industry is always that disruption could not happen to it. Persons tend to believe that they...
Net Neutrality: The 10 key points to know about the BEREC draft Guidelines
17 min to read
June 28, 2016
Net Neutrality: The 10 key points to know about the BEREC draft Guidelines
On 6 June 2016, BEREC (the “Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications”) issued a first proposal of ‘Guidelines on Net Neutrality’ (PDF),  following an instruction laid down in Art. 5 (3)...
The new Net Neutrality Regulation: Part 3 of 3 – Enforcement and what's next
5 min to read
May 27, 2016
The new Net Neutrality Regulation: Part 3 of 3 – Enforcement and what’s next
This article is part of a series. Click here to read part 1 (The basics). Click here to read part 2 (Exceptions, Justifications and Special Services). In summary, it can be said that...
The new Net Neutrality Regulation: Part 2 of 3 – Exceptions, Justifications and Special Services
7 min to read
May 26, 2016
The new Net Neutrality Regulation: Part 2 of 3 – Exceptions, Justifications and Special Services
  When the TSM Regulation with new binding rules for Net Neutrality was adopted, many activists claimed that the new rules were more an “abolition” of net neutrality but an introduction. Why did...
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