Winner - The i-law Maritime Law Award

Winner - The i-law Maritime Law Award

Charlotte Murphy Managing associate

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Charlotte Murphy

Charlotte Murphy
Managing associate

T: +44 20 7809 2678 M: +44 7824 592 857 Email Charlotte | vCard Office: London

Charlotte is a managing associate. She has experience in a broad range of general commercial and shipping matters with specialist knowledge of sanctions.  
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Charlotte has worked on a wide range of disputes involving international trade and commodities, shipping, general commercial and banking matters.  She frequently works on cases heard in the Commercial Court as well as arbitrations, often with multi-jurisdictional aspects and involving applications for interim relief.

She also advises on sanctions queries and matters to a wide range of clients and has experience of successfully challenging sanctions in the European General Court.

Her clients include oil and commodities majors, shipowners, P&I Clubs, banks and insurers. She has also spent time working at Stephenson Harwood's Dubai office, working with a broad range of clients from the MENA region.

  • Sanctions

National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC)

Assisted in acting for the NITC in its successful challenge in the European General Court of its designation and asset freezing by the European Council.

Distributor of petroleum products

Advising a major distributor of petroleum products in Africa on compliance with sanctions in view of its complex international trade chains.

Global shipowning company 

Advising one of the world's biggest shipowning company’s on an urgent issue regarding Burmese sanctions.

Iranian, Syrian and Libyan sanctions

Advising shipowners, commodities traders and P&I Clubs regarding the extent and effect of other sanctions, including Iranian, Syrian and Libyan sanctions.

More: Sanctions


Winner - The i-law Maritime Law Award

Winner - The i-law Maritime Law Award

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