RémyFekete

Partner

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Rémy Fekete has practiced in the telecommunications, media, and information technology (TMT) sectors for more than 20 years. His practice focuses on the law applicable to information and communication technology (ICT), infrastructure, energy, and natural resources in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America. He advises Firm clients such as telecom operators, media and digital platforms, governments, investment funds, and financial institutions on financing, restructuring, M&A, licensing, concessions, public-private partnerships (PPP), and international litigation and arbitration.

Rémy is particularly active on regulatory and transactional issues involving digital services, e-government, e-business, cybersecurity, Internet of Things, TV white space, Fiber to the Home (FTTH), OTT, and other wireless and wireline services, including satellite, cellular, internet, fiber-optic, and broadband communications technologies, small grids, and smart grids.

He has assisted clients in developing and financing innovative digital services and in securing domestic and international authorizations for the acquisition, construction, and operation of networks. He has advised more than 40 governments on cybersecurity and digital strategies, including the drafting of the Digital Code in Benin, Senegal, and Algeria.

Rémy has developed strong transactional and regulatory experience in the cinema studio, broadcast television, and radio station industries. He recently assisted CBS in a major output deal with Canal Plus on a Showtime series.

He assists the Firm's clients before French courts and in international proceedings. His recent successes relate to telecom international termination rates before Paris TGI, call for murder on a social network before the Paris Court of Appeal, and contested rights on an orbital slot before an international arbitration tribunal.

執業經驗

  • Government of the Republic of Togo privatizes telecommunications companyJones Day advised the Government of the Republic of Togo on an international bidding procedure to privatize TogoCom.
  • Payment systems company obtains regulatory advice relating to data protection and privacy in South AfricaJones Day advised a payment systems company regarding the applicable legal and regulatory requirements relating to data protection and privacy in South Africa and recommended measures to ensure compliance.
  • Fluence Corporation signs contract with government of Ivory Coast to build water treatment plantJones Day assisted Fluence Corporation Limited in the drafting and negotiation of a €165 million public procurement contract with the government of Ivory Coast for the engineering, procurement, and construction of a water treatment plant to supply 150,000 m3/day of fresh water to the city of Abidjan from the Aghien lagoon.
  • Payment systems company obtains regulatory advice relating to payment and transaction management software in BotswanaJones Day advised a payment systems company regarding the national legal and regulatory framework applicable to payment systems, and on the corresponding regulatory issues and requirements relating to the supply of a payment and transaction management software suite to a retailer based in Botswana.
  • Government of Gabon seeks assistance with review of legal and regulatory framework in its digital and health sectorsJones Day assisted the government of Gabon in the review of the legal and regulatory framework in its digital and health sectors, and assessed its adequacy to support the implementation of a national health information system and foster the development of e-health applications and services.
  • Government of Mauritania seeks assistance relating to reforms in its telecommunications and digital sectorsJones Day assisted the government of Mauritania in the context of the West Africa Regional Communications Infrastructure Project ("WARCIP") in the identification and implementation of reforms in the telecommunications and digital sectors necessary to foster competition, investment in infrastructure, and improve access to broadband Internet.
  • Government of Morocco develops secure telecommunications network for government and public entitiesJones Day assisted the government of Morocco together with the consulting firm Roland Berger GmbH in the design and development of a secure telecommunications network to provide connectivity for government and public entities.
  • Djibouti Telecom negotiates landing party agreement for PEACE CableJones Day assisted Djibouti Telecom in the review and negotiation of a landing party agreement for the Pakistan & East Africa Connecting Europe ("PEACE") submarine fiber optic cable.
  • Sigfox obtains regulatory advice in international expansion for Internet of ThingsJones Day provided regulatory advice to Sigfox, S.A., the world's leading Internet of Things (IoT) services provider, with its international expansion in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia.
  • Millicom International Cellular sells and lease back towers to American Tower in Paraguay for approximately Gs700 billion (US$125 million)Jones Day advised Millicom International Cellular S.A. and its subsidiary Telefonica Celular del Paraguay S.A. in the sale of approximately 1,400 wireless communications towers to a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation ("ATC") in Paraguay for approximately Gs700 billion (US$125 million) in cash.
  • Major oil and gas company sells assets and interests in Democratic Republic of CongoJones Day assisted a major oil and gas company with the sale of its assets and interests in an offshore hydrocarbons concession in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
  • Project Kolagana develops broadband solutions based on TV White Space technologyJones Day is providing regulatory and commercial assistance to Project Kolagana Ltd. with respect to the development of broadband solutions based on TV White Space technology.
  • Ooredoo Tunisie ensures compliance with applicable telecommunications regulatory frameworkJones Day is assisting Ooredoo Tunisie, S.A. in ensuring that its activities and internal processes comply with the applicable telecommunications regulatory framework.
  • Tactis and Jones Day design national broadband policy plan aimed at fostering investment in telecommunications infrastructureJones Day, together with Tactis, assisted the Senegalese Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications in the design of the national broadband policy plan in order to foster investment in telecommunications infrastructure and develop access to broadband internet access services across the territory of Senegal.
  • Millicom International Cellular subsidiary sells and lease back 1,200 towers to American Tower Corporation for $147 millionJones Day advised Colombia Móvil S.A. E.S.P. ("Tigo"), a subsidiary of Millicom International Cellular S.A., in its $147 million sale of approximately 1,200 wireless communications towers to a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation ("ATC") in Colombia.
  • Benin adopts law creating Digital Code governing all legal aspects of digital activitiesJones Day assisted the authorities of Benin (members of Parliament, Presidential Office, Ministry in charge of telecommunications, Ministry of Justice, Regulatory Authority for Post and Electronic Communications, National Commission for Data Protection, Ministry of Interior Affairs, and the Digital Council) with the drafting of the Digital Code, a new legal framework designed to aid the development of broadband infrastructure and likewise a digital economy.
  • Telecom operator negotiates outsourcing and assets transfer contractJones Day provided legal assistance to a telecom operator regarding the negotiation of an outsourcing and assets transfer contract (including the contracts and employees) with respect to the provision of energy to all of its mobile network sites in Chad.
  • Bpifrance finances French SME’s exportation of products and services in the Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaJones Day is assisting Bpifrance (Banque Publique d'Investissement) with respect to the financing of French SME’s exportation of products and services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through debt obligation mechanisms (bill of exchange or promissory note).
  • Lycamobile defends litigation over allegations its customers were deliberately blocked from accessing Lebara's servicesJones Day advised Lycamobile UK Limited on litigation before a UK court in connection with plaintiff Lebara’s claim against Lycamobile that Lyca intentionally blocked its customers' access to Lebara’s internet services.
  • Mobile Telecommunications Company Saudi Arabia implements towers transfer operationJones Day is assisting Mobile Telecommunications Company Saudi Arabia with the implementation of its towers transfer operation.
  • 演講

    • October 4, 2018
      3rd Africa Finance Breakfast
    • 4 octobre 2018
      3ème Matinale Africaine de la Finance 2018
    • 27 juin 2018
      Smart Cities Global Technology and Investment Summit / Keynote speech : Appropriate legal environment to develop Smart Cities
    • 26 juin 2018
      2ème Matinale Africaine de la Finance 2018
    • 31 janvier 2018
      1ère Matinale Africaine de la Finance 2018
    • 5 juillet 2017
      3ème Conférence du Private Equity
    • 12 juin 2017
      3ème Conférence Annuelle pour les Spécialistes Européens du Droit des Médias / Table-ronde : Le Paysage Médiatique Européen
    • 20 avril 2017
      Finale de la 3ème édition du Prix Jones Day/ESSEC/Paris II
    • 3 novembre 2016
      5ème édition des Assises de la Transformation Digitale en Afrique. Conférence sur le thème des enjeux de l’aménagement numérique des territoires en Afrique, Administration électronique.
    • 21 octobre 2016
      Land of African Business 2016 : Développement inclusif en Afrique : mirage ou réalité ? / Table ronde : La cybersécurité, condition d'une croissance durable en Afrique ?
    • 6 - 7 octobre 2016
      Africa Telecom People 2016 - 12ème édition : L'Internet des objets - Comment l'Afrique se prépare au tout connecté / Table ronde : Impact de l’Internet des Objets dans la modernisation de l’industrie
    • September 20, 2016
      TMT Finance Africa 2016 : The M&A Panel – How will consolidation and restructuring shape the African market?
    • 5 juillet 2016
      Explosion des cybermenaces : comment les entreprises peuvent et doivent-elles se protéger ?
    • June 6, 2016
      Fair Use, Fair Dealing & Copyright Reform / MLRC Legipresse Conference for European Media Lawyers
    • 31 mai & 1er juin 2016
      eNNOV Benin 2021 - Atelier sur la stratégie de développement du numérique au Bénin
    • 24 - 25 mai 2016
      FRATEL - 13ème séminaire : Quelles solutions concrètes, notamment de partage d'infrastructures, pour un aménagement numérique du territoire ? - Table ronde : Quelle régulation économique pour le déploiement de nouveaux réseaux ?
    • 17 mai 2016
      IDEST : La consolidation du marché des télécoms / Table ronde : La consolidation de télécoms en Afrique
    • 30 novembre - 1er décembre 2015
      FRATEL - 13ème réunion annuelle : Quelle nouvelle régulation pour accompagner la convergence fixe-mobile?
    • 29 - 30 octobre 2015
      4èmes Assises de la Transformation Digitale en Afrique : Ecosystème et filière numérique, facilitateurs d’innovation au sein de la Smart City
    • 8 - 9 octobre 2015
      Africa Telecom People 2015 - 11ème édition : e-commerce en Afrique
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