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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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Challenging Targeted Sanctions

The Oath, a leading legal news magazine in the Middle East, has published an article by Guy Martin, Head of International Law.

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Russian HNWs flood to London to escape Putin’s clampdown

Senior Partner Cameron Doley is quoted in Spears' article "Russian HNWs flood to London to escape Putin’s clampdown".

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Sanctions: What to do if the “black cat has crossed the road”

Санкции: что делать, если «черный кот дорогу перешел»

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.

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The Risk Of Targeted Sanctions

Head of International Law Guy Martin has written an article in the leading Qatar business magazine the Edge on the risks of targeted sanctions.

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The Edge

Head of International Law Guy Martin has written an article in the leading Qatar business magazine the Edge on the risks of targeted sanctions.

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How journalists can manage the risks when working abroad

Cameron Doley’s article on the safety of journalists was published in the Press Gazette.

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Carter-Ruck supports BIICL annual grotius lecture and dinner 2015

Together with Shell, Carter-Ruck supported the British Institute of International and Comparative Law’s prestigious Annual Grotius Lecture and Dinner, which was held at the Law Society.

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US Treasury delists Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi after 13 years

The US Treasury Department has removed Mr Kadi’s name from its list of “specially designated nationals”.

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US civil claim against Yousef Jameel dismissed

By a ruling of the US Supreme Court, claims brought against Yousef Jameel have finally been dismissed. Mr Jameel had been named as one of hundreds of defendants in a legal action brought on behalf of families of victims of the 2001 attack on New York.

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