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Work 020 7353 5005
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Fax 020 7353 5553
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333 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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Web:
www.carter-ruck.com

Rebecca Toman

Tel:
Work +44 20 7353 5005
Email:
Carter-Ruck

Work Department

Media Litigation

Position

Partner

Career

Rebecca acts for UK and non UK HNW and UHNWIs, politicians, entrepreneurs, celebrities and high profile business people providing both contentious and non-contentious advisory services concerning business and personal assets. She protects their welfare and livelihoods through the provision of discreet legal guidance on a myriad of complex and sensitive reputation protection, dispute resolution, data and cyber security issues. She is also very experienced in dealing with complex multi-jurisdictional matters.

Rebecca is highly recommended within the industry having obtained significant damages, secured numerous injunctions, takedowns, apologies, corrections and securing the removal of digital content. Rebecca works with her clients to help devise personal, private office and commercial strategies and security policies to protect their businesses and reputation from attack. This includes working with her clients’ existing public relations and in house communication teams and effective external consultants and organisations when necessary.

Rebecca’s practice encompasses:​

  • defamation and privacy –pre and post publication and broadcast matters including the obtaining of injunctions
  • all aspects of media law
  • reputation protection, risk & crisis management
  • digital and data privacy - including internet takedown work
  • dispute resolution
  • non-disclosure agreements (NDAs)
  • asset protection
  • employment advice including confidentiality provisions within settlement agreements.


London: Risk advisory

Reputation management

Within: Next generation lawyers

Rebecca Toman - Carter-Ruck

Within: Reputation management

Carter-Ruck has ‘a track record of excellence in high-profile privacy and defamation actions’. They boast an impressive client list which includes, celebrities, leading business people, politicians and multinational companies and represented NT1 and NT2 in the right to be forgotten claims against Google. The ‘excellent’ Adam Tudor  successfully represented the Mahmood family in a libel case against Katie Hopkins and MailOnline. ‘Experienced’ partner Nigel Tait  represented Aurora and Ricardo Pierdant in a libel action against Guardian Newspaper. Others names to note include Claire Gill  and Persephone Bridgeman-Baker . Antonia Foster  and Rebecca Toman  have been promoted.

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