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Brett Wilson LLP, Max Campbell, London, ENGLAND

Max Campbell

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Work 020 7183 8950
Email:
Brett Wilson LLP

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Defamation and Privacy

Position

Partner specialising in reputation and crisis management.  Acts for both claimants and defendants in defamation, privacy, data protection, and harassment claims.  Areas of particular interest include online defamation and harassment, stalking, 'revenge porn', and the 'right to be forgotten'.  Also has a wealth of experience of both criminal and general civil litigation, including fraud (in both criminal and civil arenas) and intellectual property. Writer/commentator on reputation management issues.

Career

Partner 2018
Qualified 2016; Brett Wilson LLP
15 years pre-qualification experience

Languages

English

Education

LPC University of Law
LLB (Hons) London South Bank University
Police Station Representative Accreditation Scheme Swansea School of Law

Leisure

Conversation, fine dining, politics, sport, literature, film

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