Reputation Protection for the International Wealthy (Reluctantly) Famous

Dominic Crossley and Sarah Webb, Dispute Resolution partners and media and privacy law specialists at leading London law firm, Payne Hicks Beach, consider the shifting sands of defamation law and the consequent need for clear thinking on the subject of super-wealthy persons residing in the UK or visiting the country who don't necessarily relish the public eye, first published on 30 June 2015 at Wealth Briefing online.

Click here to read Dominic's and Sarah's article in Wealth Briefing

   10 July 2015

 


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