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Defamation, Data, Privacy: Shaping New Law into Solution-Focused Answers for Clients

London

Answers to 12 Thorny Questions: Directly from 8 QCs, Senior Juniors and Solicitors of Outstanding Ability

Defamation
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IPSO (article) - Jonathan Coad, Keystone Law

IPSO (article) - Jonathan Coad, Keystone Law (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18)

Causes of Action - Paul Joseph, RPC

Causes of Action - Paul Joseph, RPC (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18) What role do IP rights, such as copyright and database right, play in relation to privacy, data and defamation claims?

GDPR - Hugh Tomlinson QC & Aidan Wills of Matrix Chambers

GDPR - Hugh Tomlinson QC & Aidan Wills of Matrix Chambers (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18) How is GDPR impacting on the right to be forgotten and other media claims?

IPSO - Jonathan Coad, Keystone Law

IPSO - Jonathan Coad, Keystone Law (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18) Is IPSO a realistic option for the protection of reputation and the correction of untruths?

Injunctions - Aidan Eardley, One Brick Court

Injunctions - Aidan Eardley, One Brick Court (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18) What are the secrets to securing and resisting privacy injunctions that protect reputation?

Social Media - Adam Wolanski, 5RB

Social Media - Adam Wolanski, 5RB (Defamation, Data, Privacy, London, 27.11.18) How do you deal with defamation on social media - practically and legally - including take-down requests and the problem of anonymous defamers?

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