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U.P. Law Dean Carlo Vistan and the U.P. Law LL.M School hosted the comprehensive presentation of Asian Development Bank (ADB) Anti-Corruption and Integrity Director Lisa Kelaart-Courtney on strategies to prevent corruption, before a full-house audience consisting of judges, prosecutors, professors, banking lawyers, private practitioners, and U.P. Law students.
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The cross-continent discussion yesterday over a virtual platform — the speaker addressing the lawyers from Australia — turned into a lively exchange with Dean Carlo Vistan posing the interesting question:
— of whether or not the companies listed and published as de-barred ever sued the ADB.
The resource person also fielded thought-provoking questions on modern-day case studies and investigation procedures from the audience.
(image rightclicked from the files of the U.P. College of Law website, used here non-commercially for academic purposes)
The presentation and forum can be viewed by inquiring with the ADB.