Guide to the Law Relating to Defamation

13 July, 2017

Celebrities and other public figures attract attention with high-profile defamation claims, brought in order to protect their reputations.

However, it is not just the newsworthy few who have reputations to protect.  With the constantly developing world of social media, there is an increasing risk that anyone could be the subject of a defamatory tweet or Facebook post. 

Our Guide to the Law Relating to Defamation outlines the key legal concepts that are relevant to the law on defamation in the UK and considers what practical steps could be taken by a defamed party.  Read the guide here.

For more information please contact Will Charlesworth on +44 (0)1892 506 004 or will.charlesworth@cripps.co.uk