Chambers has great breadth and depth of experience in the provision of pre-publication advice across all forms of media. Members regularly advise television broadcasters, book publishers, magazines and websites ahead of publication.
Our members can advise on areas such as the risks of claims for libel, infringement of privacy and personal data rights, contempt of court and complaints to the publisher’s regulator. They will give tailored, commercial and practical advice, taking account of the individual publisher’s attitude to risk and giving effect to the publisher’s rights to freedom of expression.
Publishers can instruct counsel directly without the need for an intermediary. Chambers provides an efficient, experienced and cost-effective service in this area.
Publishers of regular publications retain various members of Chambers to provide advice on a monthly or weekly basis, as required. If this is a service you require, please contact the clerks. Advice can also be given on an ad hoc and urgent basis as required.