How to protect your artist from harassment

The following advice is provided by Gerard Cukier, a partner specialising in reputation management and a member of the Public Eye, Private Lives practice at law firm Kingsley Napley LLP.

Harry Style's recent obtaining of permanent harassment injunctions against four paparazzi photographers is a reminder to music stars and others in the public eye that legal steps can be taken to stop unwarranted attention and non-stop surveillance by unscrupulous press photographers and other members of the media.

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