A key role in phone-hacking litigation
The firm has had a remarkable rise to prominence in recent years, having had a central role in the handling of phone hacking litigation. The firm's successful representation of the family of Millie Dowler led to the largest ever agreed privacy damages to date, the closure of the 168 year old News of the World, the establishment of the Leveson inquiry into press ethics and News Corporation's withdrawal of its bid to take over 100% of BSkyB.
Today, Taylor Hampton remains a major player in the phone-hacking litigation, acting for a host of clients in the public eye. Since its inception, the firm has continued to attract acclaim and recommendations from the leading legal directories and by reputation are leaders in their industry sector. They have featured in the “Super Lawyers” category for London and short listed for “boutique firm of the year” in the Lawyer magazine awards.
A solicitor at Taylor Hampton commented: "We take great pride in helping our clients to protect and manage their reputation successfully. We can provide a swift and effective route to justice."
Extensive expertise in many areas of law
With its strong team of solicitors specializing in different fields, Taylor Hampton can closely assist in matching the client with the right professional. In addition to the firm’s skills in the field of media law, its commercial lawyers deal with a variety of cases related to contracts, tort law, and company and partnership disputes. In the field of international family law, the firm also has unrivalled expertise.
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