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Sarah is a reputation management specialist advising clients such as the wine expert Michael Broadbent, international dressage rider Andrew Gould and leading economist Vicky Pryce. She advises on issues such as defamation, privacy and breach of confidence. She also acts for those seeking advice on commercial litigation, particularly within the equine industry.
Other clients have included MPs, judges, chief constables and senior civil servants, barristers and authors as well as organisations including public schools and public and private companies.
Chambers and Partners law directory recognises Sarah as a notable practitioner within the practice area of Defamation/Reputation Management quoting her as being "a good negotiator with an instinctive feel for this area of law".
Sarah was included as one of The Lawyer's "Hot 100" for 2012. They praised her saying "she has the required skill-set to succeed in this business - a tough negotiator...".
Sarah has successfully represented clients against a number of national and local newspapers and broadcasters including The Sun, The Mirror and The Daily Mail.
She has an added expertise in internet and ISP defamation having acted for leading individuals and organisations in respect of defamatory postings on the internet and cyber-bullying, including obtaining orders to discover the identity of the posters of the defamatory material. As a recognised authority in this field she regularly appears in the media, providing expert analysis of high profile cases. She was the only female lawyer in the Independent newspaper's 'Defame Academy', a list of 9 leading claimant defamation experts.
She lectures and writes for legal journals and the press generally and with her extensive knowledge of Equine Law writes a column for Horse & Hound.