Defamation, privacy & reputation

23 July 2021

When charities are under the media spotlight - how is reputation best protected?

With charities under unprecedented media interest in recent years, the consequences of not dealing with reputation matters well are myriad. Negative press coverage threatens the faith that the public have in a charity which can result in a significant downturn in donations and affect recruitment and morale. Any charity’s reputation once damaged can be difficult to restore. The resources a charity must commit to responding to media enquiries and to any regulatory inquiry can be significant and is time spent away from pursuing the objectives of the charity.

Helen Morris

26 May 2021

Reputation and Media Quarterly Round-Up: Q1 2021

This quarterly media and reputation management update provides a summary of a cross-section of reported decisions handed down in the courts of England and Wales in the period January to March 2021.

Siân Akerman

16 February 2021

Reputation and Media Quarterly Round-Up: Q4 2020

This quarterly media and reputation management update provides a summary of a cross-section of reported decisions handed down in the courts of England and Wales in the period October to December 2020.

Siân Akerman

22 October 2020

Keeping it in the family

A family dispute is undeniably something most people would prefer to keep private, but for those in the public eye this may be easier said than done.

Siân Akerman

15 June 2020

Funding defamation and privacy proceedings – are there still options?

We are now a year on from the abolishment of the recovery of success fees in Defamation and Privacy proceedings, which brought these distinct areas of law into line with the judgment of the European Court of Human Rights in MGN v UK.

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