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Portolano Cavallo concentra la propria attività nel settore TMT sin dalla sua nascita nel 2001 ed è ora riconosciuto come lo studio legale italiano leader in questo settore.
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Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale was founded in 2001 by partners Manuela Cavallo and Francesco Portolano. The firm’s activity is mainly focused on the corporate/M&A sector and the media industry.
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Articles tagged with “Independent Producer”

Oct 9

Guidelines From the Italian Data Protection Authority on Personal Data Breaches in the Electronic Communications Sector

Introduction By virtue of the implementation in Italy of the e-Privacy Directive 2009/136/EC (which amended Directive 2002/58/EC) (“e-Privacy Directive”) on May 28, 2012,[i] providers of publicly available electronic communications services are now subject to strict requirements to deal with personal data breaches. In line with the e-Privacy Directive, the Italian Data Protection Code (Legislative Decree… continued

Article added to: Technologies
Oct 31

Measures for the promotion of production and distribution of European works by on-demand audio-visual media services

As part of this month’s Legal Focus, we take a look at the Italian Telecommunications sector by speaking to Ernesto Apa, partner at Italian law firm, Portolano Colella Cavallo Studio Legale. The industry globally has seen the latest wave of mergers and acquisitions prompted by the effects of the recession, however, the Italian industry is… continued

Article added to: Television
May 18

Supporting independent producers – new regulation on secondary rights

On February 3 2011 AGCOM, the communications regulator, issued a new regulation on the use of secondary rights acquired by media service providers. Article 44(5) of the Audiovisual Media Services Code acquires transmission rights for audiovisual content created by an independent producer, AGCOM must limit the period during which such secondary rights may be exploited.

Article added to: Television