Axis Legal Counsel has been retained in connection with the privacy violation dispute alleged against the Beverly Hills plastic surgeon for publicly displaying throughout various forms of social media the before and after photographs of a patient. The patient claimed that the photographs taken of the body parts in question before and after the surgery were not authorized and that no consent was provided for the amplification and distribution of such photographs throughout the Internet.

readreviewssgAXIS is a full-service privacy law firm and represents clients in numerous types of privacy violations, including HIPAA/medical information violations, violations by doctors, medical care providers, schools, and employers, violations of name, likeness, and image, right of publicity claims, online / internet privacy violations, and numerous others.  Our practice areas include:

  • HIPAA Violations
  • Unauthorized Medical Disclosures
  • Misuse of Name, Likeness, and Image
  • Unauthorized Plastic Surgery Photos Online
  • Internet Privacy Violations
  • HIV Disclosures
  • Right of Publicity Violations
  • Workplace Privacy Disclosures
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Hospital HIPAA Violations
  • Rehab Facility Privacy Violations
  • Media and Online Privacy Disclosures
  • Data Breaches
  • Financial Data Breaches
  • Intrusion Upon Seclusion Privacy Violation
  • Public Disclosure of Private Facts
  • False Light Violations

For information on retaining AXIS Legal Counsel to represent you with respect to a privacy violation, contact or call (213) 403-0130 for a confidential consultation, or visit our Individual Privacy Rights Practice Area, or Individual Rights Portal for more information. AXIS is a Los Angeles, California privacy law firm assisting numerous kinds of clients with a wide array of privacy matters. If you need help, getting a Los Angeles Privacy Lawyer or Orange County Privacy Lawyer like Axis Legal Counsel is fast and easy. We serve privacy clients throughout California.


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