Podcast: Corruption in international arbitration proceedings

​​​​Considering avenues of mitigating your company's risk exposure, is part and parcel of investing across borders. When dealing with a government entity in your business transaction, are you certain that the local courts will protect your company in cases where there are allegations of bribery by a public official?

Webber Wentzel lawyers Chandni Gopal, Dylan Cron, Prathik Mohanlall and Kirsten Wolmarans discuss corruption allegations that have arisen more frequently in international arbitration and evaluate how arbitrators deal with corruption allegations during arbitrations, and what happens when corruption creeps into the proceedings itself through corrupt witnesses and arbitrators.

Guests for this podcast series are:


  • Chandni Gopal, senior associate and specialist in commercial dispute resolution, arbitration and judicial review.
  • Dylan Cron, partner and specialist in corporate and commercial dispute resolution, including administrative, regulatory and constitutional law advice and litigation.
  • Prathik Mohanlall, partner and specialist in corporate and commercial dispute resolution and;

Host: Kirsten Wolmarans, partner and specialist in corporate and commercial litigation and arbitrations

Executive Producer: Andrea Collocott






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