Our dedicated team in technology, media and telecommunication possess the necessary skill, experience and background in dealing with the legal and regulatory requirements in this field including providing innovating solutions especially in this industry’s fast changing and unpredictable legal environment.
We are able to provide in depth advice on mergers and acquisitions in the telecommunications sector, as well as general regulatory advice on telecommunications and broadcasting issues. We also advise clients on licencing, technology, compliance, outsourcing contracts, data protection and privacy laws in various sectors, including the use, transfer and commercialisation of data; telecommunications corporate, commercial and regulatory advice, including Tanzania Communications Regulatory Authority (TCRA) related matters; M&A, reorganisations and joint ventures in the technology, media and telecommunication sectors; contracts relating to data, and mobile and fixed line telephony; telecommunications regulations and policy on matters such as operational compliance, licensing, anti-competitive practices, consumer protection, and privacy; regulatory and licensing advisory work on behalf of operators and service providers including licence applications, amendments and transfers; commercial transactions, consumer agreements and arrangements on behalf of service providers, equipment manufacturers, apparatus providers, financial institutions and other entities and compliance. This dynamic sector has seen a rise in deal making and our team is able to advice on the competition, merger and financial structuring issues that affect the closing of a deal.
Our team is able to assist clients who need specialist advice in these areas, both in the context of particular transactions, and in the context of their general regulatory obligations.
Afrilex Associates is a modern regional law firm with presence in Tanzania, Zanzibar and Rwanda. Its team of Partners, Advocates and Associates has unrivalled experience of working with multi-national companies, public companies and private persons within and outside the East African region.