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Gordon Dadds LLP

6 AGAR STREET, LONDON, WC2N 4HN, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 7493 6151
Fax:
Fax 020 7437 8216
DX:
40003 COVENT GARDEN
Email:
Web:
www.gordondadds.com

Robin Shaw

Tel:
Work +44 (0) 20 7493 6151
Email:
Gordon Dadds LLP

Work Department

Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Position

Partner

Career

Robin joined Gordon Dadds from Davenport Lyons in 2014, after training and qualifying at Wright Webb Syrett. His practice focuses on media related litigation in all its forms, including defamation, libel, privacy, intellectual property and contractual disputes. 

Robin has extensive experience of litigating in both the High Court Queen’s Bench and Chancery Divisions, and in the Court of Appeal. He also spends time undertaking defamation pre-publication work and dealing with general commercial litigation outside of the media industry. Robin has acted for Private Eye for over twenty years.

Member

Media Society


London: Risk advisory

Reputation management

Within: Reputation management

At Gordon Dadds LLP dispute resolution head Nick Goldstone acts for claimants against the press and broadcasters, while the ‘intellectually brilliant and ruthlessly effective’ Robin Shaw acts for Private Eye on a number of matters, including successfully dismissing an application by Cambridgeshire Police to obtain access to Private Eye’s subscriptions list. Melanie Hart joined Harbottle & Lewis LLP.

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