Media and Information Law

The rapid development of media law means that the legislature does not comply with its requirements. The resulting legal uncertainty, especially for media companies, can cause problems that require legal advice in individual cases.

Our expertise in the media law field makes us the first port of call for many figures in the public eye when urgent advice is needed to prevent publication of false allegations, to correct damaging falsities or to deal with intrusive and distressing journalistic behaviour.

We are particularly well known in the political sphere and count among our clients a host of Deputies, Ministers and other holders of very senior political office who turn to us to defend their reputations and their right to privacy.

As well as advising claimants, we also advise publishers about what is safe to publish and provide practical, cost-effective solutions to post-publication complaints.