Developments in Reputational Law and Privacy planning for Private Clients. 12 July 2021
The Webinar will cover the following:
• Recent Case Law developments around Privacy and Reputation
• Strategies for protecting clients’ reputation in all relevant jurisdictions
• Reputational factors affecting trustees
The speakers will be:
Polly Wilkins – Kobre & Kim
Polly Wilkins is a partner in Kobre & Kim’s globally recognised International Private Client (IPC) practice, where she provides creative representation for UHNW individuals facing complex, cross-border issues arising from high-profile government investigations, civil and commercial litigation and white-collar crime. She has extensive experience helping clients and their advisors to develop reputation management strategies aimed at mitigating business and reputational risks involving their global business interests.
Ms. Wilkins is frequently recognized by leading industry organizations and publications – she is featured in Spear’s Reputation Management Index 2021 and was named Citywealth’s “2020 Lawyer of the Year – Partner” - and the firm’s IPC practice was recently awarded Bronze for Reputation Management Law Firm of the Year at Citywealth’s 2021 Magic Circle Awards.
Athalie Matthews – Farrer & Co.
Athalie Matthews, a solicitor in the Reputation Management team at Farrer & Co, is highly experienced in all aspects of this field, including defamation, privacy, data protection, the right to be forgotten, social media offences, harassment, the conduct of journalists and press and broadcast regulation.
Her first career was in journalism where she worked as a reporter on The Mirror, The Daily Mail, The Daily Telegraph and The Independent. She has also worked as an in-house lawyer at The Guardian and brings a unique perspective to her advice, with clients benefiting not only from her legal expertise but also from her first-hand understanding of the industry and journalistic tactics.
Athalie protects HNWIs, companies and charities from a variety of reputational threats, both before and after publication.
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