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A New Dilemma For Lawyers: Will Sanctions Rules Force You To Report Your Clients?

A new set of regulations has been heavily criticised for putting professions in an impossible position - and at risk of a criminal penalty. Here Guy Martin, Carter-Ruck's Head of International Law, follows up on his recent interview in The Times and answers some pressing questions.

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New financial sanctions reporting requirements

Accountants, tax advisers, estate agents and other businesses need to be aware of the European Union Financial Sanctions (Amendment of Information Provisions) Regulations 2017 ("the Regulations") which came into force on 8th August 2017.

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Carter-Ruck announces three new partner promotions

The firm is delighted to announce that Antonia Foster, Miranda Rushton and Rebecca Toman have been promoted to the Carter-Ruck partnership. 

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Carter-Ruck named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards

Carter-Ruck has been named 2017 Media Law Firm of the Year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards.

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Cameron Doley has been named 2017 Public International Law Lawyer of the year

Cameron Doley has been named 2017 Public International Law Lawyer of the year (England) in the Corporate INTL Magazine Global Awards.

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Business and human rights: The UN’s principles and OECD guidelines

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.

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Let’s get ready to do business with Iran

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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Opening up the UK business world to Iran

Guy Martin, Head of International Law, has written an article for Finance Monthly on opening up the UK business world to Iran.

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Al Jazeera launches investment treaty claim against Egypt

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.

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Investors should approach potential investments in Iran with cautious optimism

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.

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2016 editions of the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners

Carter-Ruck’s three core practices areas have been commended in the 2016 editions of the two main independent legal directories; Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners.

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Public International Law

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’".

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Guy Martin visits Iran as part of trade delegation following historic sanctions agreement

Guy Martin, Head of the International team at Carter-Ruck, travelled to Iran in early October as part of a British trade delegation to Iran organised by the British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce.

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The TTIP: The largest trade deal in history

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.

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Qatar Today

Miranda Rushton, Senior Associate in the International team, has written an article in Qatar Today on how businesses and individuals can respond to targeted sanctions.

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