The Potential for Arbitrators to Refer Suspicions of Corruption to Domestic Authorities
Article from: TDM 3 (2013), in Corruption and Arbitration
This article will establish a framework for determining whether arbitral tribunals can and should refer suspicions of corruption to domestic authorities, which (it is assumed) have more tools for and experience in investigating corruption. The article is broken into four parts following this introduction. First, the article will summarize the problems faced by arbitral tribunals attempting to investigate allegations or suspicions of corruption. Second, the article will discuss whether an arbitral tribunal faces any obligation to report suspicions of corruption to domestic authorities. ...