Retain control of the technology you use with our social media law solicitors.

The world is changing and so is the way we communicate and interact with family, friends and work colleagues. New technologies propel the world forward but come with their own risks. Emails, tweets and facebook messages are subject to a different and dynamic set of laws to traditional media and methods of communication like TV or newspapers.

Our social media law solicitors help individuals and businesses negotiate their way through the very complicated legal maze that surrounds social media law.

This includes how you present yourself and respond to inbound communications across all current social media and sharing platforms.

Platforms

We can give advice on a number of different issues involving some of the most popular and widely used social media platforms. Our social media law solicitors have a wealth of knowledge and expertise on these particular platforms, helping to advise and guide you on the right course of action:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Plus
  • Youtube
  • LinkedIn
  • Snapchat
  • Whatsapp
  • Tumblr

Reputation advice

Our social media law solicitors can assist with defamation disputes, malicious falsehood and confidentiality agreements. We can pursue an action on your behalf through OFCOM, the PCC and the Courts and have handled cases dealing with a range of issues including:

  • Media rights
  • Image rights
  • Passing off
  • Damage limitation
  • Injunction applications
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
  • Online/social media disputes – online defamation, ISP disputes, IP infringement
  • Revenge Porn
  • Private prosecutions
  • Harassment
  • Defamation, Libel & Slander

Please visit our dedicated pages for the below:

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To speak to us, entirely in confidence, about any issue call our Head of Media Michael Shaw on 0800 1 444 111 or email him at michaelshaw@cmsolicitors.co.uk Alternatively, you can use the enquiry form situated at the side or at the foot of this page.

Contact us today on 0800 1 444 111