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At Blake Morgan LLP, Jill Bainbridge handles a range of defamation and reputation management matters, frequently involving issues surrounding social media. London-based Simon Stokes handles non-contentious matters.

Boyes Turner provides ‘excellent knowledge and appropriate advice’, its client roster spanning the media, transport, software and pharmaceutical sectors. Mark Blunden heads the group, and Sarah Williamson is ‘always available at reasonable notice to discuss urgent matters’.

Cripps LLP’s Nigel Stanford gives ‘consistently good advice – pragmatic, commercial and to the point’. Highlights included advising Infectious Media on key customer contracts, and assisting We Are Social on the review and negotiation of an agreement with a high-profile counterparty.

IP and litigation specialist Maier Blackburn LLP is led by Cathleen Blackburn and Steven Maier, who are highly active in the television, film and publishing sectors, and have strong expertise in media law and infringement claims.

Stevens & Bolton LLP advised Brighton & Hove Albion FC on a range of issues surrounding brand enforcement and reputation management, and is acting for Antonio Puig on a number of high-value trade mark acquisitions. Practice head Tom Lingard is ‘efficient, practical and down-to earth’.

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