Matheson (Dublin)

Simon Shinkwin

Matheson (Dublin)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Simon is a Senior Associate at Matheson, the law firm of choice for international companies and financial institutions doing business in and from Ireland. Simon has extensive experience in advising clients on EU and Irish competition law, regulatory law, and merger control with a particular focus on the telecommunications, broadcasting, media and technology sectors. Simon advises clients in relation to complex competition and merger control issues before the CCPC, Minister for Communications, Climate Action & Environment and European Commission as well as advising on regulatory matters for clients in the TMT space including advisory and compliance work, regulatory appeals, investigations and submissions to ComReg, the CCPC, the European Commission, the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland and other sectoral regulators.

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Articles

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Simon Shinkwin, Kate McKenna, Conor Doyle The EU Court of Justice delivers two judgments providing an important message to Irish telecoms on the interaction between competition and regulatory law (Slovak Telekom) (Deutsche Telekom)

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The European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) has recently delivered two judgements which provide an important message for telecoms businesses operating in Ireland. The first of these rulings confirms that the risk of non-compliance with competition rules is particularly high for telcos in that they may (...)

Kate McKenna, Simon Shinkwin The Irish Government proposes extending the scope of national broadcasting laws and a new media commission that will take over responsibility for examining media mergers

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Newly Formed Responsible Government Department We have recently seen completion of the transfer of responsibility for broadcasting regulation from the former Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment to the newly formed Department of Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sports and (...)

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