Tackling Corruption in Arbitration

No. @BUL24SUP

ISBN : 978-92-842-0247-8

This bulletin provides insights about recent Anti-Corruption Initiatives and their Impact on Arbitration, by François Vincke, using Red Flags to Prevent Arbitration from Becoming a Safe Harbour for Contracts that Disguise Corruption, by Vladimir Khvalei, Dealing with Corruption in Arbitration: A Review of ICC Experience, by Christian Albanesi and Emmanuel Jolivet, and extracts from ICC Arbitral Awards Relating to Bribery and Corruption

Code ISBN : 978-92-842-0247-8
Number of pages : 100
Publishing date : 2014
Language : English
Format in cm : 20.4*26.5

International Court of Arbitration Bulletin Supplement: Multilingual, predominantly English, plus French and Spanish. Articles and extracts from awards are published in their original language with summaries in English, French and Spanish.

Contents

  • Recent Anti-Corruption Initiatives and their Impact on Arbitration, by François Vincke (pages 5-14) 
  • Using Red Flags to Prevent Arbitration from Becoming a Safe Harbour for Contracts that Disguise 
    Corruption, by Vladimir Khvalei (pages 15-26)
  • Dealing with Corruption in Arbitration: A Review of ICC Experience, by Christian Albanesi and 
    Emmanuel Jolivet (pages 27-38)
  • Extracts from ICC Arbitral Awards Relating to Bribery and Corruption (pages 39-99)


L’arbitrage et la lutte contre la corruption 

Table des matières

  • Les récentes initiatives anti-corruption et leur impact sur l’arbitrage, par François Vincke (pages 5-14)
  • Les signaux d’alarme à repérer pour empêcher l’arbitrage de cautionner les contrats qui dissimulent 
    la corruption, par Vladimir Khvalei (pages 15-26)
  • L’arbitrage aux prises avec la corruption : une présentation de l’expérience CCI, par Christian Albanesi 
    et Emmanuel Jolivet (pages 27-38)
  • Extraits de sentences arbitrales de la CCI portant sur la corruption (pages 39-99)

 


El arbitraje y la lucha  contra la corrupción

Índice

  • Iniciativas recientes de anticorrupción y su impacto en el arbitraje, por François Vincke (páginas 5-14)
  • Identificación de señales de alarma para evitar que el arbitraje avale contratos que disimulan la corrupción, 
    por Vladimir Khvalei (páginas 15-26)
  • El arbitraje se enfrenta a la corrupción: la experiencia de la CCI, por Christian Albanesi y 
    Emmanuel Jolivet (páginas 27-38)
  • Extractos de laudos arbitrales de la CCI relacionados con el soborno y la corrupción (páginas 39-99)