Kluwer Arbitration. Dossiers (ICC Institute of World Business Law) ; 1.
"This collection of papers results from the proceedings of the 2002 Annual General Meeting of the ICC Institute of World Business Law."--Introduction.
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Money laundering: how it works and why you should be concerned Money laundering, corruption, and fraud: the approach of an international law firm Transnational commercial bribery: challenge to arbitration The 1997 OECD convention against transnational bribery: effective monitoring and implementation Transnational public policy in international arbitral decision-making: the cases of bribery, money laundering and fraud The role of the expert in arbitration Arbitration case law on bribery: issues of arbitrability, contract validity, merits and evidence Arbitration-money laundering, corruption and fraud: the role of the tribunals Final remarks.
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