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Due Process on trial in Bangladesh as British courts expose hacking, forced confessions and torture being used in Dhaka's High Court.

11 March 2021

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UK courts expose UAE hacking, forced confessions & torture

9 March 2021

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A series of lawsuits has sparked investment warnings to be issued to business councils, investment and financial advisors, lawyers, entrepreneurs and governments.

17 February 2021

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Handing out Interpol notices like his own personal business cards, Sheikh Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi is described as “The King of Interpol Abuse”. The ruler of a small northern region of the UAE, called Ras Al Khaimah, Sheikh Saud has had to find other means to bring in mon...

8 February 2021

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Lawless Sheikh's unbridled acts against foreign nationals seriously undermining Abu Dhabi's efforts to recover economy - Swiss businessman Dr Khater Massaad has had enough.

19 January 2021

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New York District Court orders damages in claim against agents of “corrupt UAE ruler” who “targeted him due to his intricate knowledge of illicit oil trade with Iran, contraband trade and loss of billions of dollars of state funds”.

15 January 2021

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The London office of international law firm Dechert and its controversial former global co-head of white-collar crime, Neil Gerrard, have had a second High Court claim filed against them for allegedly abusing the human rights of another political prisoner detained in the...

28 December 2020

Litigation & Civil Justice
The London office of international law firm Dechert and its controversial former global co-head of white-collar crime, Neil Gerrard, have had a second High Court claim filed against them for allegedly abusing the human rights of another political prisoner detained in the...

15 October 2020