We acted for renowned UK philosopher and academic Sir Roger Scruton in his high profile battle against political and cultural magazine, The New Statesman. Following the publication of an article with a number of defamatory remarks and subsequent tweets, Sir Roger was dismissed from his position as Chairman on a government commission. With our advice, the matter culminated in a full published apology from The New Statesman, a separate apology from James Brokenshire MP who dismissed Sir Roger, as well as his reappointment to the government commission, restoring his reputation and life's work.
Advising the Feyziyev family in relation to account forfeiture proceedings. View here
Acting for an international footballer in respect of privacy and reputation advice following unlawful threats to publish his information.
Acting for a leading charity in an investigation into the conduct of individuals at the charity.
Acting for a leading sports agent in respect of a possible criminal investigation and advising in respect of confidentiality, privacy, data protection and tax consequences.
Advised a Russian international businesswoman in respect of an internet publication based abroad which alleged her involvement in fraudulent activity which resulted in having her name removed from the article.
Assisted the billionaire founder of an internationally renowned investment firm in the removal of a defamatory online publication, and secured a full public apology and an undertaking from the editor not to publish any further allegations.
Acted for a well-known author in relation to his publication of a book, negated possible libel issues against his former employer.