Partner content*: David Banks is an editorial legal trainer and media law consultant who helps you avoid legal risks, whether they are online, on social or in print.
Banks runs media law training online, or in person, to give your staff the knowledge they need to publish safely and grow your audience without incurring costly and time-consuming problems. He also provides on-going support to help you tackle legal issues if and when they arise.
What services does David Banks offer?
The services that David Banks Media Law Consultancy offers cover:
- Bespoke training that are tailored to the exact areas that your business needs
- Training that is succinct, entertaining and memorable – no legal jargon
- Real life examples – so you can relate the points made to your business
- Interactivity – lots of opportunities to ask questions and discuss the areas that are important to you
- On-going support – consultancy services provide guidance when you need it on editorial legal issues
Which media companies use David Banks?
A hugely experienced consultant and trainer, Banks works across online, print and social content. He has worked with an array of major media groups, government, charities and the private sector bodies, including: Reach PLC, Network N, LBC, New Statesman Media Group, the Crown Prosecution Service, the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Durham University and the University of Bath.
“You can publish now as fast as you can type a tweet, so it’s important that those who publish for your brand are able to assess and avoid legal risk,” said Banks. “My training gives them the skills they need to properly weigh up such risks and avoid them, saving your business time and money.”
*This article was sponsored by David Banks Media Law Consultancy, one of Press Gazette’s commercial partners. Call David now to arrange a 20-minute consultation on your business and where the legal risks may lie.
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