Maria Cronin

Work on draft treaty for specialised global corruption court commences


At the end of the summer, work got under way to draft the core principles for a treaty to create an International Anti-Corruption Court (IACC). This is the latest development in the global momentum to establish a specialised international corruption court. However, in view of the fact that an International Criminal Court (ICC) already exists, […]

Liam Lane

Fraud, bribery and corruption in sport – will rugby take the mantle in 2023?


Fraud, bribery and corruption (FBC) in sport are nothing new. INTERPOL notes that criminal offences in sport “are a way for organized syndicates to generate high profits and launder their illegal proceeds, with limited risk of detection”. In recent times, the spotlight has been on sports with circular balls, with a host of scandals rocking […]