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Chairman & Senior Partner, London
Keith has worked at the heart of reputation and privacy law for over three decades and is regarded as an eminent practitioner in his field. Credited with having created a right of privacy in England following a landmark ruling by the House of Lords in 2004, Keith works with leading international corporations and high profile individuals; providing strategic advice on reputation and privacy threats. Having seen the nature of privacy and reputation threats evolve, he is often involved in providing advice on issues that emanate from digital or non-traditional media sources using his expertise in cyber, copyright, data protection and commercial litigation. Keith also works extensively in divorce and family law where his expertise in handling consequential media issues involving threats to privacy and reputation of those involved is highly valued. Keith is ranked as one of the Financial Times' Top Ten 2016 Legal Innovators, as well as a leader in his field in Chambers & Partners, the Spear’s 500, the Spear's Reputation Management index and the Citywealth Leaders List.