Media connections, within global networks
Ambi Sithamís knowledge of the legal hazards of the media world is unrivalled. Whilst in private practice Ambi represented Naomi Campbell in her successful privacy action against the Daily Mirror from the High Court to the House of Lords (2001 -2004). Other clients have included Jimmy Nail, Caprice Bourret, Philip Green and Ed Victor. In 2005 she accepted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein's offer to work for him at Miramax Films as Vice President, Business and Legal Affairs. A year later, after setting up her consultancy, Weinstein became one of Ambiís first clients along with a raft of other clients and contacts from her years in the industry.
Few other legal minds, could take on the entertainment industry and provide such unflinching commentary, remaining both stimulating and informative. In any corporate environment, she stands out from the crowd, as much for her flair and style as for her pithy analysis. Blogging has earned Ambi a host of online fans and her numerous interviews with The Associated Press are regularly translated into foreign languages and sold world wide. To describe her as media friendly is an understatement, which is probably why every division of broadcasting, from The Times newspaper, to ITV, the BBC, CNN and Sky News and Associated Press regularly seek out Ambi as their spokeswoman and media commentator of choice.
Consenting adult homosexuals are not allowed to indulge in sadomasochistic sex games in the
privacy of their own homes, yet two men are allowed to beat each other senseless in the name of
AMBI PULLS NO PUNCHES ó Law in Action, BBC Radio 4
Paul McCartney may have sung about love being all you need but I bet you heís wishing he hadnít
disregarded a pre-nup as being unromantic. When anyone enters into a marriage, love is normally
an essential element. When that person is wealthy, so is a pre-nup.
AMBI DIGS HER HEELS IN ó GMTV, ITV1
My advice to young wealthy men is that as English law currently stands you are better off not
AMBI REFUSES TO TAKE IT LYING DOWN ó Vanessa Feltz Show, BBC Radio London
This dancer in the English National Ballet has a Chinese boyfriend. The only place she is going to
get sacked from is the BNP, as I suspect they do not want members with partners who are foreign
or not white.
AMBI SEES IT IN BLACK AND WHITE ó Sky News, Sky
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