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Cameron Doley has been named 2017 Public International Law Lawyer of the year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards.
Miranda Rushton, Senior Associate, has written an article for the Solicitors Journal on why businesses should put measures in place to ensure that they adhere to human rights standards.
The Financial Times has published a letter by Guy Martin, Partner and Head of International Law, about the need for the UK government to ensure that UK business is better placed to take advantage of business opportunities in Iran.
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Al Jazeera’s claim against Egypt under the 1999 Qatar-Egypt Bilateral Investment Treaty has been formally registered by the Secretary-General of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) in Washington, DC as ICSID Case No ARB/16/1.
Iran’s implementation day is expected to be first quarter of 2016, and investors will be watching what happens with interest. World Finance speaks with solicitor Guy Martin, who says the Persian state should be approached with caution.
This interview was first published on World Finance on 8 December 2015
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Chambers and Partners notes that the team is known for its “growing reputation in the PIL market thanks to its esteemed sanctions practice”.
The Legal 500 notes that “Carter-Ruck’s ‘lawyers can be relied on to provide excellent, well-thought-out, intelligent advice’".
Miranda Rushton, Senior Associate in the International team, and Jennifer Harvey, paralegal, have published an article in the Solicitors Journal on opportunities for the review of awards in investor-state arbitration.
This article by Miranda Rushton and Jennifer Harvey was first published in the Press Gazette on 7 October 2015
Senior Partner Cameron Doley is quoted in Spears' article "Russian HNWs flood to London to escape Putin’s clampdown".
There are currently several ‘blacklists’ of Russian individuals and businesses. The EU, US, Japan and a number of other countries have all imposed targeted sanctions and restrictive measures.