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What to do when investigative journalists are contacting your people

Failure to deal with internal issues may not only lead to a bad press day, but also to investigation and rebuke.

Watch again: Difficult business – how to avoid crisis in a challenging environment

Our team of experts lawyers examine some of the main potential crises facing businesses operating in any sector, and discuss how you can prepare to protect your company's operation and reputation. (23 March 2022)

On International Women’s Day, it’s time to change the narrative on online abuse

If social media will not voluntarily protect women from online harms, the government's response must adequately address the issues women face every day online.

Will US investigations expose a link between investment research and market manipulation?

Regulators are asking whether it is akin to insider trading if a short-selling firm is allowed to publish negative research and is also free to benefit from a subsequent share price crash which it may have personally precipitated.

Tweet conviction raises further questions on online offence

A conviction for sending an offensive Tweet about Sir Captain Tom Moore has exposed yet again the inconsistency and perversity of Court treatment of social media content.

Credit card being used by a computer. Photo by Pickawood on Unsplash

Impersonation scams: how businesses fight back

The growth in alternative investments and desire for outsized returns has been matched by the rise of fraudsters seeking to exploit investors in emergent markets.