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International law firm Dechert served with lawsuit for torture and human rights violations by politi

The High Court of England is set to hear claims that British lawyers from Dechert broke human rights and UAE laws in their investigation, interrogation and incarceration of Karam Sadeq, in the UAE’s emirate of Ras Al Khaimah. Karam has now been imprisoned for six years, including a period of more than 500 days in solitary confinement. Named in the High Court of England claim are three Dechert lawyers, Neil Gerrard, Caroline Black and David Hughes (now a partner at Stewarts Law). It is alleged these lawyers broke human rights and UAE laws in their investigation, interrogation and incarceration of Karam Sadeq in several Ras Al Khaimah detention facilities, over the past six years. In fact,

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