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London Partner Mathew Rea authored an article for the summer edition of The Resolver Magazine, from the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, concerning corruption in arbitration. Co-leader of Bryan Cave’s International Arbitration Team, Rea examines recent case law and red flags, as well as corruption hotspots. “Given arbitration is the preferred method of dispute resolution in a number of countries where corruption is a particular concern, tribunals have recognised they must be alive to the need to deal with the issue themselves in order to ensure their awards can be enforced,” he wrote. Click here to read Rea’s full article, which first appeared in The Resolver Magazine, the quarterly publication of the CIArb.

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