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Reputation

Reputation law concerns defamation, slander or any other type of reputational attack. Vardags has unrivalled expertise in protecting the reputations and privacy of high-profile and high-net-worth individuals, and successful companies.

The reputational impact of a criminal investigation


Businesses that are facing a criminal investigation will have a range of concerns and worries, including the impact this could have on their reputation. The investigation can affect credibility, loyalty, relationships, client trust as...

Reputation law


Your reputation is one of your most valuable and yet fragile assets and so needs to be carefully protected. Businesses can succeed or fail based purely on their reputation and any damage done to it can be devastating with far reaching consequences that can last for years. The...

What to do if published material has damaged your reputation


Information that is published that unfairly damages your reputation is a form of defamation known as libel. The effect on an individual or business’s reputation can be far-reaching as a result of this and there are various options that can be considering if facing this...

Preventing an individual from leaking personal information


Leaks of personal information online can have financial and reputational implications that can be devastating to businesses as well as individuals. The increased use of both the internet and social media in everyday life offer people convenience but at the same time this...

Negative Portrayal of an Individual or Company by an Undercover Journalist


Undercover journalism is used by the media to report on stories that they feel the public have a right to know via methods that would not normally be used. Where a journalist’s actions would fall outside of the law, it has to be determined that the ends justified the...

Risk of unhappy employees to reputation


If an employee is unhappy with their job or employer, there are inherent risks to the reputation of that employer. As a result, it is imperative that these risks are recognised and, where possible, pre-empted, to prevent them from becoming much more serious and potentially...

The information on this website is intended as a guide and does not constitute legal advice. Vardags do not accept liability for any errors in the information on this website, nor any losses stemming from reliance upon the statements made herein. All articles and pages aim to reflect the legal position at time they were published, and may have been rendered obsolete by subsequent developments in the law. Should you require specialist advice, tailored to your situation, please see how Vardags can help you.

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