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Fraud, corruption and sanctions in international commercial arbitration


Thursday 11 July 2019 at 6.30pm

Museum of London Terrace Gallery, 150 London Wall, EC2Y 5HN

Jointly presented by Brick Court Chambers and Peters & Peters, this seminar focused on the difficult issues which arise when serious allegations of fraud and corruption are made in the context of international commercial arbitrations, as well as the relevance of sanctions to arbitration practitioners. 

Presided over by Sir Christopher Clarke, former Lord Justice of Appeal and now a commercial arbitrator, the evening comprised two panel discussions: 

Panel one
Neil Calver QC and Simon Salzedo QC of Brick Court Chambers and Keith Oliver of Peters & Peters discussed the involvement of the English courts in the arbitral process, including obtaining interim injunctions, enforcement and challenges to awards involving allegations of fraud.

Panel two
Michael O’Kane and Peter Fitzgerald of Peters & Peters and Maya Lester QC of Brick Court Chambers discussed issues of criminal law, EU law and due process in the context of arbitration, and the impact of financial sanctions on arbitration.

Keith Oliver's presentation can be viewed here.

Neil Calver QC and Simon Salzedo QC's presentation can be viewed here.

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