Governments have recently increased their efforts and enacted new laws and regulations in order to fight corruption, money laundering, and financing of other criminal activities. The rapid expansion of cross-border crime has also required governments to provide for an inter-state cooperation, mainly in the field of extradition, criminal proceedings, and enforcement of foreign judgments. In this regard, there is an arising need for more reforms as business criminal law had dynamically made an entry into the field of international commercial contracts, international banking & finance, and international litigation as well. The frequently asked question here is the extent to which can a corruption scheme ( or any other white collar or corporate crime) committed overseas impact a court's decision or the award of an arbitrarily tribunal. Here comes the importance of an independent expert report on the criminal matters of the factual assumptions. I regularly act as an expert in anti-corruption matters and business crimes related to the Arab Region. In 2016-2017 I was instructed by a distinguished international law firm in a heavy weight litigation involving the Libyan Criminal Law, where I submitted 3 expert reports for the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division in London. My field of expertise is available for any potential client in similar circumstances, whereas corruption allegations are raised by the parties during a state proceeding or arbitration.