On 24 November 2016 Tom Epps (Partner, White Collar Defense and Government Investigations) and Ravinder Thukral (Associate, Litigation and Arbitration) spoke as part of a panel discussion on corruption in international arbitration and how managing the allegations of corruption and bribery has become increasingly important to both practitioners and arbitrators. During an interactive session, they covered topics including:

  • What constitutes corruption in international arbitration proceedings?
  • The impact of corruption on a dispute. How much of a problem is it?
  • Red flags and how to manage with them (are there different institutional approaches?). What red flags suffice for sue sponte enquiry?

Full details of the session and their fellow panellists can be found here.