Libel and slander (defamation) are the principal legal tools available to prevent critical and unfair media coverage. As reputation is one of the most valuable assets any company or individual has, if you have concerns that you or your business has been subject to adverse publicity, or feel you’ve been unfairly treated, you need to know your legal options.
There really is such a thing as bad publicity
Keystone lawyers give publishers and broadcasters pre- and post-publication advice and also represent those who feel they have been aggrieved by the media. The team has worked with numerous high profile individuals, celebrities and company owners who are seeking compensation, public apologies and the cessation of incorrect allegations. Our lawyers' experience of assisting clients with extremely sensitive and damaging defamation issues means that we are able to provide robust and speedy solutions to any situation.
Keystone's experts provide a full range of advice to clients on issues of this nature, in particular:
- Cease and desist warning letters
- Confidential databases
- Data protection
- Policy documents
- Pre-publication advice
- Trade secrets
For further information, please email email@example.com or telephone 020 7152 6550 to speak to a Keystone Partner.