Why tribunals should not ignore “red flags” of corruption
Responding to a recent GAR article on the value of requiring direct evidence to support allegations of illegality against an investor, Squire Patton Boggs partners John Branson and Raúl Manon argue that tribunals should be prepared to rely on “red flags” to make reasonable inferences about corruption when direct evidence is unavailable.
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