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Carter-Ruck in The Times:  A quiet shift in stance on the right to be forgotten

Posted on 24 September 2018 by Carter-Ruck

The Information Commissioner's Office is showing signs of shifting its approach to the right to be forgotten, writes Mathilde Groppo in The Times (published 20 September 2018).

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Global Trade Review Q&A: Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018

Posted on 14 August 2018 by Carter-Ruck

Global Trade Review published a Q&A with Charles Enderby Smith on the Sanctions and Anti-Money Laundering Act 2018, which received Royal Assent and was passed into law on 23 May 2018. 

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Carter-Ruck and Guy Martin highly commended in leading sanctions awards

Posted on 26 July 2018 by Guy Martin

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’.

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Qatar Blockade - The Human Rights Consequences and Remedies Conference: Monday 12 March 2018

Posted on 07 March 2018 by Carter-Ruck

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.

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Guy Martin: Special WorldECR Sanctions Report (December 2017)

Posted on 02 February 2018 by Carter-Ruck

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.

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Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners 2018

Posted on 01 February 2018 by Carter-Ruck

Carter-Ruck's core practices have been commended in the two leading legal directories, Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners.

Carter-Ruck is recognised as a leading firm in Public International Law and has again confirmed its top tier status for Defamation and Reputation Management, with every one of the media law group's partners being named as Leading Individuals.

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Big Voice London

Posted on 20 December 2017 by Carter-Ruck

Big Voice London, a social mobility and youth engagement charity, is hosting an evening to acknowledge and celebrate the hard work of their students on conclusion of the Model Law Commission 2017 on Wednesday 10 January 2018. Norman Lamb MP will be compering the evening. The evening will launch Big Voice London's Model Law Commission papers on Criminal Law: Sexual Assault & Consent, Public Law: Prison Law, Common Law: Privacy Law and Family Law: Divorce Law.

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Carter-Ruck clients successfully defend libel claim in important judgment on section 2 truth defence

Posted on 05 December 2017 by Carter-Ruck

Persephone Bridgman Baker has written an article for Inforrm (International Forum for Responsible Media) on the case of Serafin v. Malkiewicz & Ors, a judgment which has important ramifications for the interpretation of the section 2 truth defence under the Defamation Act 2013.

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

Posted on 17 October 2017 by Guy Martin

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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Queen’s speech includes International Sanctions Bill

Posted on 28 June 2017 by Carter-Ruck

Prime Minister Theresa May has introduced the Queen’s Speech by announcing a series of bills stated to be "geared towards making a success of Brexit". Among these Bills are new laws on international sanctions. The International Sanctions Bill will return decision-making powers on non-UN sanctions from the EU to the UK after the UK’s exit from the EU.

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The Supreme Court decision in Flood, Miller and Frost: a claimant lawyer’s perspective

Posted on 21 April 2017 by Nigel Tait

There is an old saying that when a woman is forced to choose between two men, she opts for the third, and so it is with the Supreme Court’s decision in Times Newspapers Ltd v Flood, Miller v Associated Newspapers Ltd, and Frost and others v MGN Ltd [2017] UKSC 33.

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

Posted on 26 October 2016 by Miranda Rushton

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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Economou v De Freitas: Further guidance on the statutory defence of public interest

Posted on 16 August 2016 by Carter-Ruck

In what was the first full trial of the statutory defence of public interest introduced by the Defamation Act 2013, Mr Justice Warby in Economou v De Freitas shed light on the extent to which it reflects the old, common law defence.

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Simpson v MGN: Isolating the defamatory sting

Posted on 10 August 2016 by Carter-Ruck

A recent decision by the Court of Appeal threatens to roll back progress towards the faster resolution of disputes by way of preliminary hearings. Since the coming into force of the Defamation Act 2013, and with it the effective abolition of jury trials, Judges now have more scope to make early decisions on issues such as meaning.

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The Risks of De-risking

Posted on 01 July 2016 by Persephone Bridgman Baker

In March of this year, Wafic Saïd issued a High Court claim against Barclays, with whom he had banked for over 40 years, after the billionaire philanthropist was given notice of the imminent closure of various accounts connected with him, his family, and most importantly the Saïd Foundation, an English charity.

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