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His Excellency Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim Al-Thani notes the conclusion today of the trial of three former executives of Barclays Bank in London.
Mohamed Fahmy has abandoned his multi-million dollar claim against Al Jazeera Media Network in Canada.
Mr Fahmy, one of three Al Jazeera English journalists who were arrested in December 2013 and tried, convicted and imprisoned in Cairo on false and politically motivated charges, had sought to place the blame for these events on Al Jazeera.
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Carter-Ruck is again recommended for Public International Law, and the firm's Head of International Law Guy Martin appears in its Elite Leading Lawyers List as 'one of the foremost legal experts on sanctions'.
Carter-Ruck has been recommended for its International Arbitration practice by one of the leading legal directories, Legal 500.
The Legal 500 has endorsed all four core business areas of the firm and recommended numerous Carter-Ruck lawyers in its United Kingdom 2020 analysis of Defamation & Reputation Management, International Arbitration, Public International Law and Commercial Litigation.
Qatari businessman and philanthropist Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Bin Thani Al-Thani has donated more than $35 million to the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to help provide aid to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and displaced Yemenis.
Carter-Ruck is pleased to be sponsoring the 12th Annual Advanced Forum on Economic Sanctions Enforcement and Compliance at the American Conference Institute on 2-3 May 2019 in Washington DC. Guy Martin is on a panel discussing conflicts of law between the US and EU, and in particular the post-Brexit UK sanctions regime.
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Carter-Ruck's head of International Law and Sanctions expert Guy Martin provides an article and expert commentary for the December 2018 WorldECR Special Report (A World of Change). Guy's article, "Time to get to know the UK's Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018", looks at the UK's struggles in preparing for Brexit, with one key piece of legislation already in place and plugging a gap previously filled by EU law, the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018 ('the Act') which received Royal Assent on 23 May.
Read the full report and article here.
International law specialists Carter-Ruck are pleased to announce the arrival of Associate François Holmey who joins from a leading global firm. Francois will primarily work with Senior Partner Cameron Doley in Carter-Ruck's International Department.
Guy Martin is highlighted in Chambers & Partners UK for his expertise in Public International Law with sources commenting 'he is extremely responsive, careful and diligent' and speak very highly of his sanctions expertise highlighting he is particularly experienced in the area of economic sanctions and also maintains a broader practice advising on PIL and human rights issues.
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Carter-Ruck is proud to announce that our partner and Head of International Law Guy Martin, and our firm, have both been Highly Commended in this year’s awards from WorldECR, the leading journal for sanctions and export controls practitioners. The awards are in the respective categories of ‘Practitioner of the Year’ and ‘Sanctions Law Firm of the Year, Europe’.
Carter-Ruck has been instructed on behalf of Mr. Gafur Rakhimov, the Interim President of the International Boxing Association, who seeks to have his name removed from the US Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) "Specially Designated Nationals List" of individuals who have been sanctioned.
Press release from the Office of the AIBA Interim President
Partner and Head of Public International Law, Guy Martin will be participating as an expert panel member at an Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK Conference on Monday 12 March. Guy and the other panel members will be discussing the blockade of Qatar by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt which is now into its eighth month. The discussion will focus on why it is essential to assess why steps have not been implemented to resolve the crisis.
Carter-Ruck's Sanctions expert Guy Martin provides commentary for the Special WorldECR December 2017 Report (Sanctions: What next now?) and an article (assisted by Magali Sharma) on Targeted sanctions and the obligation to self-disclose dealings with potentially sanctioned individuals: UK, US, Japan.
Read the full report and article here.