Public Interest in a Private Procedure - What Burden of Proof for Allegations of Corruption in International Arbitration?
Article from: TDM 4 (2013), in Ten years of Transnational Dispute Management (TDM)
Address on the occasion of the Tenth Anniversary ICAL Conference, Panel on Corruption, 29 August 2013, Stockholm - How is it that allegations of corruption so effectively manage to put a spanner in the works of international arbitration? The least that can be said is that this is not our finest hour. We are in the 21st century, with a history of international arbitration spanning several decades. We have a number of international treaties condemning corruption. Yet we keep being foiled by this nemesis which is as old as mankind itself. I would like to explore with you ...