Taylor Hampton has achieved a remarkable rise to prominence...the firm is recognised as a leading expert in defamation, privacy and internet litigation.
Taylor Hampton has been at the forefront of the phone hacking claims and successfully represented the Dowler family in obtaining the largest ever agreed privacy damages to date. The Dowler claim led to the closure of the 168 years old News of the World, was pivotal in the establishment of the Leveson enquiry and the subsequent withdrawal of News Corporation’s bid to take over 100% of BSkyB. The firm remains today at the forefront of the phone hacking litigation. Our lawyers have been successfully handling high-profile litigation for the last twenty-five years and act for a host of high profile clients.
Mirror Group Newspapers (“MGN”) has today failed in its attempt…Read More
Euromoney Institutional Investor Plc v (1) Aviation News Ltd (2)…Read More
Rothschild v Associated Newspapers Limited  EWCA Civ 197 10…Read More
Lord Justice Leveson
London Evening Standard: Victims of newspapers and their supporters today…Read More
The Economist: Emigration On the road More Britons are leaving…Read More
The Guardian: Phone-hacking victims hail Glenn Mulcaire court ruling Mark…Read More