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Arbitration and Corruption: A Toolkit for Arbitrators

In international commercial or investment arbitration proceedings, the appointed arbitral tribunal may suspect or one of the parties may allege that corruption, especially in the form of foreign public bribery, has influenced the underlying dispute between the parties. Over the past 25 years, the international and domestic legal frameworks to combat economic crime, including foreign public bribery, have become much stronger. Arbitrators therefore cannot ignore suspicions or allegations of corruption but, at the same time, they have limited means to address such suspicions or allegations, and they have to handle conflicting priorities.

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