Press and digital law - e-reputation

  • Defamation
  • Insult
  • Violation of privacy and image rights
  • E-reputation: removal of illegal content
  • Dereferencing
  • Right to be forgotten
  • Infringement of the presumption of innocence
  • Denigration
  • Cyberbullying
  • Digital rights of minors

Proofreading of manuscripts, screening, legal consultations
The office works closely with professionals (producers, publishers) to assess and prevent the risks inherent in  the publication and distribution of literary and audiovisual works.

Litigation in the field of press and digital communication law
The office advises and defends individuals, both in terms of respect for freedom of expression and respect for personality rights (right to image and privacy) and reputation (defamation, insult, infringement of the presumption of innocence, denigration, online hatred, etc.), in the press as well as on digital media (social networks, internet, blogs).

The office advises them in the choice of the appropriate legal action,  before the criminal courts (complaint or direct summons) and civil courts (summary proceedings, on the merits, or accelerated proceedings on the merits) and defends them in the context of press law disputes.

Notification of illegal content
The office works with public figures, companies, individuals, authors and artists to remove illegal content as a matter of urgency  : LCEN reporting and notification, formal notices, rights of reply, the fight against online hate, dereferencing, counterfeiting, etc.

Protection of minors on the Internet
The office has expertise in the rights and protection of minors on social platforms and networks (reporting, deletion of illegal content and accounts, cyberbullying, revenge-porn, ficha, grooming, etc.).