…concerning: the role of ESG principles in international arbitration, ESG as an often-discussed topic, arbitration and the environment, arbitration and business & human rights, and fraud and corruption in arbitration….

…continue to flourish thanks to the confidentiality they offer to parties. However, there is still an important concern regarding corruption, which could eventually lead stakeholders to prefer institutional arbitrations over…

…or perceived corruption, and how arbitration can, albeit not always perfectly, help to solve some of these problems. A Balkan Perspective on the Assessment of Damages The panel moderated by…

…Thacker and Nhu Hoang Tran Thang. Delegates discussed six key topics: the proliferation of young entrepreneurs; AI and digital technologies; climate change and arbitration; corruption in arbitration; geographical diversity; and…

…prosecute the counterparty and its representatives for criminal offences such as “damage to the State” or “breach of contract with the State”, both considered corruption-related crimes.   Impact of the…

…in the different countries, the red flags that identify corruption as well as issues arising out of corruption in arbitration in its many forms. Prof Reyes noted that the definition…

…and Mr. Barroso discussed whether allegations and possible findings of corruption could impact the jurisdiction of arbitration tribunals and concluded that it would occur when corruption affects the consent to…

corruption scandal involving former SAT employees. The criminal court at issue granted the SAT’s petition to enact provisional measures over Energuate’s bank accounts, lifted only after Energuate paid the SAT…

…or underlying contract or the making of the award was induced or effected by fraud or corruption. Case law suggests that recalcitrant parties have previously misused the position under Indian…

…the arbitrators. Assessment of Corruption Issues Corruption remained under the spotlight in 2021, but French courts appeared less permissive on this issue as well. While the Court stuck to its…