Leader in its field
Taylor Hampton is recognised as a leader in defamation, privacy, phone hacking and internet litigation. Privacy cases in which the firm has acted led to the closure of the News of the World and the establishment of the Leveson inquiry as well as the lead case on the award of damages. The firm has acted in two of the most recent landmark libel cases including the appeal to the Supreme Court in Lachaux v Independent & Others on the issue of whether serious harm to reputation can be inferred from the words published. As a founding member of the Art Due Diligence Group, Taylor Hampton’s Art Law Department assists with cases of reputation management, title disputes and fraud in the art world. Taylor Hampton’s Immigration specialists also represent practising artists and musicians with applications under the Exceptional Talent Visa Programme. In addition to its media practice, the firm assists with commercial disputes and family law matters.
Click on Services below to see our full list of Practice areas.