Brackenbury News & Press Releases

In our press room you can view recent releases issued on behalf of our clients as well as news about Brackenbury Associates. Journalist enquiries should be directed via email to Paul Jaffa. Alternatively, visit our Contact Us page for further contact information.

How professional services PR & Communications has changed in the post COVID environment

Paul Jaffa, managing director of Brackenbury Associates, discusses how professional services PR & Communications has changed in the post COVID environment with David Leck, editor of Centrum, the magazine of the Professional Services Marketing Group (PSMG).     ... Read More

Does more online protection need to be given to football players?

Brackenbury’s client acts for many high profile footballers and professional athletes in crisis and reputational criminal issues.... Read More

The Law Commission’s latest discussion paper surrounding corporate criminal liability

On Wednesday 9th June, The UK Law Commission announced it is seeking views on whether, and how, the laws relating to corporate criminal liability can be improved so that they appropriately capture and punish criminal offences committed by corporations, and their directors or senior... Read More

The proposed legislation and the impact on social media companies and wider society

Following the Queen’s Speech in May, the UK government has outlined plans to regulate the internet for the first time in the Online Safety Bill. In an article published in The Law Society Gazette, Brackenbury’s client analyses the proposed legislation and the impact on social media... Read More

Coronavirus Quarantine and Self-Isolation: What If I Don’t?

Brackenbury client’s article in Reports Legal titled ‘Coronavirus Quarantine and Self-Isolation: What If I Don’t?’ explores the real risks of breaching the government quarantine regulations. ... Read More

Benefits of tracking a competitors’ intellectual property

In an article published in Startups Magazine, Brackenbury’s client provides guidance to small businesses on the benefits of tracking their competitors’ intellectual property.... Read More

Legal consequences of Belarus’ recent actions

In an article for the publication, Reports Legal, Brackenbury’s client explain how Belarus’ recent actions demonstrate how not to seek an arrest, as well as how to invite international sanctions.... Read More

Out-of-date food offences

Following Tesco’s hefty food safety fine in April 2021 for out-of-date food offences, Brackenbury’s client reflects on the reasons behind the sentencing and why it will serve as a regulatory compliance warning for all businesses.... Read More

The Serious Fraud Office’s recent case

Brackenbury’s client writes for Solicitors Journal on the Serious Fraud Office’s recent case against two former Serco executives, which dramatically collapsed after it emerged the agency had made mistakes when disclosing documents that jeopardised the trial.... Read More

The use of facial recognition technology (FRT) by police

  In an article for Police Professional, Brackenbury client examines the balance between human rights, privacy and the use of biometric technology by the police following a recent statement by the UK’s new biometric watchdog that the use of facial recognition technology by police... Read More