Carruthers Law - Defamation Law Firm of the Year
Carruthers Law represents clients throughout England and Wales and the UK but also internationally. We specialise in litigation but in particular have an expertise and are one of the leading practitioners in the country in Defamation, Privacy Law and Data Protection.
We have had major success in Libel, Privacy and Data Protection on behalf of clients against major television and Radio stations and National Newspapers and Magazines such as the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky, The Sun, The Daily Mail and Mail Online, The Daily Mirror, The Times, Daily Telegraph and Evening Standard amongst many others.
Our clients know we are available to them whenever they require our services, whether it is pre-publication advice, an emergency application to the court, a problem with a newspaper article or magazine publication, or an invasion of privacy. We protect the reputations of both our personal clients and corporate clients in relation to their business reputations and also to protect their established brands from damage.
We can secure prominent apologies for our clients, gaining the maximum coverage to restore your reputation in national newspapers, online, as well as on national television.
Material published on the internet and on social media can spread very quickly and cause serious damage to the reputation of companies and individuals.
We can deal with all forms of internet publications, ranging from online newspaper reports to malicious, anonymous blogs or social media publications securing the removal of online material, including blogs and other social media and links by search engines in search results.
We can help to identify and locate the authors of anonymous postings by obtaining court orders requiring internet service providers to disclose information, leading to the identification of the people involved. We work with IT experts obtaining information about the number and identity of people who have accessed the information and working with specialists to mitigate reputational damage caused by the defamatory material.