The Civil Law Consequences of Corruption
Nomos, 2009 - Law - 280 pages
Until now, the fight against corruption was regarded as a criminal law problem. This volume, on the other hand, focuses on the victims' rights to hold perpetrators of corrupt acts to account under civil law. Its contributions provide an overview of the legal situation in the US and several European states, as well as an examination of legal arbitration. Furthermore, representatives of international organizations express their views. The book centers on the enforceability of corrupt contracts, the skimming-off of illegal profits, and the right to damages.
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