4th February 2014
Join us for our Annual Grotius Dinner. The Dinner completes an informative evening, which begins with our Annual Grotius Lecture
We are delighted to welcome Guy Martin as the speaker for the Annual Grotius Dinner. Guy is a Partner and Head of International Law at Carter-Ruck solicitors. He has considerable experience in international legal issues, particularly in the field of targeted sanctions. He has represented listed individuals in delisting petitions to the UN Ombudsperson, and before the ECJ and national courts. He has been acting for Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi throughout the long legal processes through various courts.
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About our sponsors
Carter-Ruck is one of the UK's best-known law firms, with a longstanding reputation for its expertise in the field of litigation and dispute resolution. The firm's International Law team, headed by Guy Martin, has extensive expertise in litigation, dispute resolution and regulatory matters involving an international or diplomatic context and advises on matters of Public and Private International Law. Its clients include a significant number of governments, heads of state and leading political figures from across the world, as well as commercial entities and individuals requiring specialist advice on international issues. The team has developed a particular expertise in the field of targeted sanctions, and has acted for Sheikh Yassin Abdullah Kadi in his landmark cases before the ECJ, as well as at the UN, and before various domestic courts.
Carter-Ruck is also recognised as the UK's pre-eminent media law practice, and its commercial litigation work is regarded as being of the highest calibre.
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