“Protecting reputation – the legal issues and remedies” an engaging, informative and often humorous presentation from specialist defamation lawyer David Summerhayes - Wednesday 12 October (Ethics month) – Book here Next lunchtime meeting: Tuesday 11 October, James Quinn, Group Business Editor of Telegraph Media Group - Book here

27 September 2016

Next lunchtime meeting: Tuesday 11 October, James Quinn, Group Business Editor of Telegraph Media Group - Book here

“Protecting reputation – the legal issues and remedies” an engaging, informative and often humorous presentation from specialist defamation lawyer David Summerhayes -  Wednesday 12 October (Ethics month) – Book here

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James Quinn, Group Business Editor of Telegraph Media Group Book here

Tuesday 11 October, AXA, 5 Old Broad Street.

James Quinn is Group Business Editor of Telegraph Media Group, covering the Daily and Sunday Telegraph and telegraph.co.uk

He joined TMG in 2006, since which time he has held a number of senior roles, including US Business Editor during the global financial crisis, and Deputy Business Editor of The Sunday Telegraph. He took on his current role at the start of 2015.

He began his career at the Royal Bank of Scotland, and worked at The Daily Mail and Shares magazine prior to joining TMG.

Cost: £15 for members; £25 for non-members

Timing: 12.30pm for 1 o'clock (sandwich lunch will be served) 

Protecting reputation – the legal issues and remediesBook here

Wednesday 12 October, Schroders, 31 Gresham St, EC2V 7QA

Protecting the reputation of the companies we represent is fraught with risk. What we as PR professionals communicate externally on behalf of the firm, and how we respond to media enquiries, can have huge implications for the business if we don’t get it right, potentially causing significant financial and reputational damage. This engaging, informative and often humorous presentation from specialist defamation lawyer David Summerhayes, gives guidance on what the law says, common defences to defamation and will work through some fascinating and thought-provoking case studies to help PR professionals ensure that we are aware of the implications of our actions and act appropriately.

This event is supporting Ethics month

Cost: £25 for members; £35 for non-members

Timing: 6pm registration and drinks followed by 6.30 pm start

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