The Legal Consequences of Investor Corruption in Investor-State Disputes: How Should the System Proceed?
Article from: TDM 3 (2013), in Corruption and Arbitration
This paper consists of three parts. Part I will introduce the concept of international public policy and/or transnational public policy against corruption, particularly the legal implication or the effect of such concept on international arbitrations. Part II will examine the approaches advanced by international arbitral tribunals and scholars on the possible consequences or the legal effect and the relationship between investor corruption and the arbitral proceeding at different stages. Part III will present possible solutions before offering some concluding thoughts and the ...