"A good choice for business and individuals seeking defamation expertise"
"Calm, unflappable, experience and clever"
"Professional and friendly, easy to talk to, helpful and contributes practical alternative options"
"He's superb – seeing him in action against other lawyers really puts his quality into perspective"
Knowledgeable, calm, careful, thorough and displays good judgement.
"He's excellent, experienced, level-headed, calm, pragmatic and practical"
"He has unrivalled experience on advertising related matters, is incredibly good on the details and has very sensible judgement"
Practice head and ‘consummate professional’ Rupert Earle provides ‘balanced and realistic advice’
[Rupert is] 'an excellent communicator and deals well with clients’, who is noted for his advertising and marketing expertise
Praised for his 'subject knowledge' and 'calm and collected approach'.
Rupert is rated for 'his ability to make a strong, convincing case'.
Clients point to his "great bedside manner."
I have for some 30 years specialised in media, public/regulatory, advertising and consumer law, contentious and non-contentious. I have experience in the following:
Defamation and privacy law: pre-publication advice to, and defence of claims against, media organisations, campaigning groups, regulators and trade associations; and advice to business and individuals whose rights are infringed, including applying for disclosure orders in relation to social media, seeking injunctions, conducting complaints under IPSO and Ofcom codes.
Information law: disputed requests for personal data under the Data Protection Act, and for information under the Freedom of Information Act.
Public and regulatory law: advising on regulatory codes and procedures of public authorities and associations; and judicial review and procurement challenges; election law.
Trading, marketing and consumer law: advertising, image rights, copyright, trade marks, data privacy, lotteries, labelling, safety, counterfeiting and unfair commercial practices; and defending Trading Standards prosecutions. Trade sectors include home furnishings, jewellery, telecoms, airlines, hotels, electronic products, foods.