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Schillings’ latest report shows reputation management has a direct bearing on share value.
Schillings and Schillings Family have been shortlisted four times in this year’s Citywealth Magic Circle Awards.
The way a company protects its reputation has a direct bearing on how City analysts and investors determine the value of the business.
Rory Cullinan’s decision to resign as head of investments at RBS is an important reminder that actions on social media can inadvertently prove the making of a tabloid story.
How executives can protect their reputation in a world of online profiles, posts and public records.
As a signatory of iRights, Schillings has embarked on a three-month research project to build a legal framework for the adoption of the iRights.
It was revealed yesterday that Dick Costolo, the CEO of Twitter, admitted on Twitter’s internal forums that Twitter ‘sucks at dealing with abuse and trolls’.
Social media offers huge opportunities for brands to strengthen their reputation and build stronger relationships with their customers and other stakeholders. But it can be a double-edged sword.
The General Council of a well-respected company recently asked: how do you measure reputation risk? With no singular guidance on the issue, this is a question that many organisations struggle with.
When Sony announced film The Interview would not be released at all, it marked the first time that a film has been withdrawn purely because of a hack attack...
Six Schillings lawyers have been ranked in the 2014 Spear’s Reputation Management Index.
In today’s digital age, false rumours and misinformation can quickly escalate and impact reputation like never before.
When it comes to protecting sensitive personal data, it would be wrong to consider yourself less vulnerable simply because you don’t tweet or don’t have the latest apps on your smartphone.
Investors are increasingly looking to hedge-fund owners to identify threats and protect their investments.
Beneficial ownership of assets is coming under scrutiny in hedge fund divorce cases, requiring the disclosure of great swathes of confidential information.
What can and should an organisation do if they are persistently being targeted by a particular opponent online or offline?
Defamation claims issued in 2013 decreased 24 per cent and statistics on privacy injunctions (not claims) for the first half of 2014 show an even greater decline.
Individuals and businesses need to begin assessing the risk of their data being misused, not by the person they’re sending images to but by hackers who may attempt to steal their data.
The recent hacking of celebrity images and those belonging to Snapchat users show that individuals are not immune to targeted cyber attacks.
Schillings scooped three awards at this year’s Modern Law Awards for ‘Law Firm of the Year’, ‘ABS of the Year’ and ‘Non-Lawyer of the Year’.