High profile businessmen and women, global families, sports stars, entertainers and other public figures are just some of the individuals who need support following any unwanted publicity.
Following the recent health crisis, these individuals have been put in the spotlight for the way they are responding to the global pandemic and, for those wealthy individuals, whether they are doing enough to support not only employees but the communities around them.
These situations require rapid reaction negotiation and action, most commonly against the press and the proliferating range of social media, often at short notice and out of hours. The global nature of mainstream media can lead to the need for coordinating international advice.
What are my options for restoring my and my family’s reputation?
We are ready to respond on your behalf and coordinate urgent legal advice such as “superinjunctions” for intrusions into privacy or breaches of confidentiality. We can then look at copyright and contractual disputes, without the need for expensive and often counter-productive litigation. If appropriate we can work in conjunction with the Independent Press Standards Organisation or Ofcom.
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Phone hacking: Charles Russell Speechlys achieves settlement for three celebrity clients from News Group Newspapers
The claims were brought against News Group Newspapers publisher of The Sun and the News of the World, which ceased publication in 2011.
The latest phone hacking settlement achieved on behalf of six celebrity clients from Mirror Group Newspapers reported in the press
The news of the latest phone hacking settlements from MGN reported by The Telegraph, Sky News, Yahoo and New Law Journal
Phone hacking: Charles Russell Speechlys achieves settlement for celebrity clients from Mirror Group Newspapers
Charles Russell Speechlys can today confirm the settlement of privacy claims for unlawful voicemail interception on behalf of six clients.
Beckwith v SDT: Private v Professional?
Duncan Lamont and Gabrielle Shovlin quoted by the Daily Mail, Yahoo, the Press Gazette and 197 other regional publications on the latest phone hacking settlement
“The reputation of the profession is more important than the fortunes of any individual member.”
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Phone hacking: Charles Russell Speechlys achieves settlement for celebrity client from News Group Newspapers
The settlement of a privacy claim for unlawful voicemail interception on behalf of actress Samantha Womack has been confirmed.
The Daily Mail, MSN and 200 regional publications cover the firm’s latest settlement in the phone hacking litigation against News Group Newspapers
Duncan Lamont, Claire Greaney and Hannah Kent quoted in the Daily Mail, Yahoo UK and AOL on recent phone hacking settlements
Duncan Lamont quoted by The Mail on Sunday and The Sun on attempts to use Rehabilitation of Offenders (RO) Act to prevent media reporting
The Lawyer features Charles Russell Speechlys' role in the News Group phone-hacking cases
Claire Greaney quoted in BBC and ITV on successful phone hacking settlements
Privacy and police investigations: Sir Cliff Richard v BBC
This case serves to underline the key considerations when reporting about individuals that are the subject of police investigations.
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Charles Russell Speechlys nominated for Annual STEP awards 2017/18