Lincoln Caylor is a panelist for "So You Have an Arbitration Award - Now What (Enforcement through Litigation)?" at the ABA's 2018 Annual Conference of the Section of International Law in New York. The international arbitration framework is designed to provide incentives for voluntary compliance by the award debtor. However, in many cases the award is not voluntarily complied with, either because the award debtor is or risks becoming insolvent or is taking steps to conceal his/her assets. What remedies does the arbitral tribunal have at its disposal to ensure that the award is collectible? What can you do after the award has been rendered? In addition, an increasing number of arbitration disputes involve allegations of bribery and corruption. How should these issues be addressed in the arbitration proceedings themselves, particularly with an eye towards the ultimate enforcement of the arbitral award? Arbitration involving State entities also raise a number of interesting issues, including issues of sovereign immunity. How should those issues be addressed during the arbitration to facilitate post award enforcement? All of these questions and more will be addressed by this cross-jurisdictional panel of arbitration and asset recovery experts.