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Gillian Duffy has joined Schillings as a senior associate, making her the latest addition to join the firm’s expanding reputation defence practice.
It’s often suggested that a cyber breach can devastate share price. But is this right?
Schillings is proud to support Pitch @ Palace in recognising and encouraging UK entrepreneurial excellence.
George Clooney has released a long statement condemning the Daily Mail for what he claims was a ‘completely fabricated’ article about his fiancée Amal Alamuddin’s mother.
Up until now, journalists have been allowed to sit in private divorce hearings but they have, in most cases, been unable to report on most of what they hear.
It looks as if for some the ‘right to be forgotten’ may quickly become a sure-fire way of being remembered.
Schillings partner Chris Scott and senior associate Jennie Sumpster have given evidence to the House of Lords EU Select Committee (Sub-Committee F).
Schillings has announced that it has won the inaugural ABS of the Year award at the 2014 Lawyer Awards.
In 1984 libel law was a small but exciting part of the business. We started to carve a reputation for ourselves as experts in libel in what was then an uncrowded marketplace.
In this article for Lawyer 2B, David Prince sets out everything you need to know about the EU Cyber Security Directive and how delays in implementation are causing uncertainty in the market.
The ECHR has upheld an appeal brought against France in respect of the French courts decisions in favour of Prince Albert of Monaco, against Paris-Match.
With the rise of celebrity endorsements, like any counterfeit strategy there comes the rise of celebrity false endorsements.
Even a brilliantly executed house move risks being exploited — turning your dream move into a nightmare.
The Court of Justice ruled that individuals can require search engines to rectify, erase or block access to the search engine results about them...
The exploitation of weaknesses in an organisation’s IT systems can pose a real risk of civil action or regulatory enforcement and fines.
Google has launched an online form to allow individuals to ask for their personal data to be removed from online search results.
Reputation resilience: a study into the emerging professionalisation of corporate reputational risk management
Those tasked with protecting corporate reputation find themselves on uncertain ground.
Papers are receiving ‘take-down’ requests following the ruling that determined that anyone can demand the removal of information relating to them from search engines.
Building reputation resilience into any brand requires an ongoing assessment that helps to identify the current and emerging risks.