The England and Wales Court of Appeal concludes that the respondent acted properly within its powers and in accordance with its duties in rejecting the plaintiff’s notice as not being fair and reasonable (Telefonica O2 / British Telecommunications)

Keeping the CAT in its bag: the 08 Appeal* Ofcom will likely be delighted by the result in the Court of Appeal’s decision in Telefonica O2 UK Limited and others v British Telecommunications PLC [2012] EWCA Civ 1002, in which the Regulator appeared as an interested party. Not only does the judgment uphold Ofcom’s various dispute determinations relating to ladder pricing by BT for termination of calls to certain non-geographic number ranges, but the judgment make Ofcom’s life easier in a number of respects. First, and for the immediate future, Ofcom will likely benefit

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Emily Neill, The England and Wales Court of Appeal concludes that the respondent acted properly within its powers and in accordance with its duties in rejecting the plaintiff’s notice as not being fair and reasonable (Telefonica O2 / British Telecommunications), 25 July 2012, e-Competitions July 2012, Art. N° 59793

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