Corruption is a worldwide scourge.
With extracts from ICC Awards (2001-2009), this volume looks at arbitral tribunals which have or have not found evidence of corruption, the criteria on which such findings were based and the remedies applied. Three accompanying articles provide commentary on these and other awards, discuss the use of circumstantial evidence in relation to corruption, and take stock of the international fight against corruption.
- Recent Anti-Corruption Initiatives and their impact on Arbitration
- Using Red Flags to Prevent Arbitration from Becoming a Safe Harbour for Contracts that Disguise Corruption
- Dealing with Corruption in Arbitration: A Review of ICC Experience
- Extracts from ICC Arbitral Awards Relating to Bribery and Corruption