Corporate Responsibility and Supply Chain Security
Running your global organization with discipline and transparency is smart business. So it is critical to comply with corporate responsibility and supply chain security rules.
We help clients understand and comply appropriately. And ensure global operations adhere to rules regarding child and prison labor, and in dealing with labor unions.
For companies concerned about how the new administration’s trade policies could affect their cross-border supply chains (e.g., parts, components, or raw materials that enter the U.S. duty-free under NAFTA, or are imported from China), we offer sophisticated advice on how to handle complex trade and customs issues.
Our seasoned team includes former government lawyers who negotiated or worked with aspects of these laws from the inside. Being on the forefront of this area means we can anticipate new trends and rules.
Transparent practices are best for business and for our global community. We help keep your operations running smoothly and safely.
Help create coalition of trade associations regarding forced labor law enforcement.
Advised U.S. company on compliance with International Labor Organization and United Nation conventions.