About NetRights

Have you been attacked on social media, online or in the Press?

NetRights was set up by longstanding law firm Parnalls Solicitors and media lawyer Laura Baglow to provide legal representation and advice for individuals and businesses that have been attacked online. We recognised that people and businesses can feel powerless and distressed when they are subjected to online harm, and that very often they don’t know what to do about it. NetRights acts quickly to combat and reduce the harm caused by damaging publications. We protect and defend our clients’ reputations, rights and brands by utilising a broad range of legal causes of action to achieve our client’s objectives.

How can NetRights help you?

NetRights can provide you with urgent assistance when things go wrong on social media, online or in the press.  We act quickly to protect your reputation, brand and rights by implementing a practical response strategy that meets your priorities.  This might include seeking removal of damaging online posts and/or search results as well as combatting leaks of confidential or private information and intellectual property infringements. We can also pursue legal proceedings where required.

At the heart
of NetRights…

At the heart of NetRights is solicitor Laura Baglow who has over 17 years of experience in all aspects of social media, internet and media law. 

Laura has worked for a number of niche London media law firms, as well as for Channel 4, and specialises in using legal mechanisms to protect her client’s reputations, brands and rights, both online and in print. Laura is passionate about helping people to fight back against online harms and providing her clients with a discreet and supportive environment in which to discuss their issues.

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