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Susan Aslan

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Susan Aslan is a partner and founding member of ACK Media Law LLP, jointly heading the media litigation department. She was a partner at D J Freeman, Olswang and Howard Kennedy before founding ACK Media Law LLP, a specialist media law firm. She advises on all areas of media litigation, including advising broadcasters, TV and film production companies, newspapers and publishers. Her areas of expertise include defamation, infringement of copyright, privacy, data protection and format rights. She regularly speaks and gives interviews on media law matters. Although Susan is a litigation expert, she spends a great deal of time advising on resolving disputes and avoiding litigation in a commercial and cost effective way.

Career

Partner DJ Freeman; partner Olswang; partner Howard Kennedy; founding partner ACK Media Law LLP.


London: Risk advisory

Reputation management

Within: Leading individuals

Susan Aslan - ACK Media Law LLP

Within: Reputation management

ACK Media Law LLP's team is headed by Sue Charles  and Susan Aslan. Aslan advised Channel 4 on programme complaints, and successfully defended Associated Newspapers in libel proceedings in respect of a MailOnline article reporting on the conviction of three men.

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