The Outwrite team attended a media law refresher course, which had a particular focus on the impact on brands who publish online.

Media law expert and contributor for the Guardian and Mirror, David Banks delivered the session, which took journalists and PR and communications professionals in attendance through aspects of media law including contempt of court and libel.

The seminar, held at Glyndwr University, was hosted by the National Union of Journalists Cymru, which hosts regular training events.

David also highlighted new laws affecting use of social media and what you can and can’t publish online.

Outwrite’s Tracy, Anthony and Will were in attendance to stay at the forefront of the latest media law, as they are constantly in contact with the press and creating online content for clients.

Tracy said: “David’s seminar was a brilliant way to refresh ourselves on media law and learn vital new information to protect our clients.

“As a former journalist I’m familiar with the legal challenges the press faces, with the ever-changing landscape of our industry meaning new issues with the law.

“We’ll continue to keep a close eye on the world of media law and look forward to another session with David in the future.”

Head of digital Anthony said: “As an integrated agency, we know law online is just as important as it is in traditional media.

“David’s information on how to stay on the right side of the law on the likes of Twitter and Facebook will ensure we can give clients the best possible advice when creating social content.”

Outwrite, which was founded in 1994, is an award-winning PR agency. Its clients include the Wales Air Ambulance, Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK, engineering, environmental and planning firm Caulmert, and housing association Grwp Cynefin.