The distress that arises from unwanted, persistent and intimidating attention from one or a group of other people can be enormous. The range of circumstances includes; paparazzi siege/pursuit, stalkers, online-trolls, abusive ex-partners and even junk-mailers or persistent cold-callers.

These cases are highly sensitive and need to be handled carefully, either by correspondence or an urgent injunction. Sometimes we work in unison with the police, when the level of harassment or other conduct is considered to amount to a criminal offense. We take the pressure from our clients so that they can return to their normal lives once more.

Payne Hicks Beach  

Citywealth Leaders List 2017 more>

Coverage of Hanna Basha and Nick Grant joining Payne Hicks Beach more>

Payne Hicks Beach further strengthens its Privacy & Media Law offering more>

The Legal Protection of Privacy and Free Expression more>

Spear's 500: Payne Hicks Beach Partners listed more>

Spear's: Reputation Management Index - Dominic Crossley more>

Legal update: media law - The right of erasure more>

Fighting back against celebrity hacking more>

The Pokémon invasion of privacy more>

Melania Trump's legal action against The Daily Mail more>

The Sun and Mail Websites and Pippa Middleton: Double Fault more>

Privacy arguments before the courts reach record high more>

The Legal fallout from the Panama Papers more>

Citywealth Weekly Interview: Dominic Crossley more>

Can your boss spy on your personal emails at work? more>

No name, no claim? more>

Privacy injunctions and public perceptions more>

Keeping up appearances more>

Reputation Protection for the International Wealthy (Reluctantly) Famous more>

Twitter sucks at kicking trolls off site - says boss more>