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Mrs Marta Grieve
Litigation and Dispute Resolution
Marta joined Sherrards as the Head of Russia and CIS Desk in 2016 after practicing with a litigation boutique based in London. In previous years, Marta has been based in Kazakhstan and Ukraine and specialised in international arbitration and white-collar crime matters.
Her particular expertise and experience is in complex multi-jurisdictional disputes that arise from corporate holdings and transactions connected to Russia, CIS and worldwide. She has successfully coordinated proceedings, including those arising out of FCPA, in numerous jurisdictions across a wide range of industries and had more recently focused her practice on asset tracing and debt recovery.
Marta represents clients in a wide range of industries, including banking, energy, shipping, construction and telecom. She has represented governments and state-owned entities in both in contentious and non-contentious matters and has solid experience in investment arbitration matters.
Head of Russia and CIS Desk at Sherrards Solicitors LLP – 2016
PCB Litigation – 2012
Magisters – 2004
Russian, Ukrainian, basic Polish and Spanish
ICC Commission on Arbitration and ADR
University of Nottingham, UK
Lviv National University, Ukraine
Harvard University (short course), USA.
Sherrards Solicitors LLP’s litigation practice has a far-reaching international scope and handles complex cross-border and multi-jurisdictional matters with a focus on Russia, Ukraine and the CIS, China, North America and French-speaking countries. In the UK, the practice is best known for its expertise in the recruitment sector. Major fraud, financial services-related investigations, franchising, retail and banking-related litigation, debt recovery and insolvency, white collar crime and asset finance litigation are other areas of strength. Paul Marmor heads the practice. Barney Laurence, who was made partner in March 2018, and CIS specialist Marta Grieve are other names to note.