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Supply chain disclosures required for large manufacturers doing business in California

USA - January 28 2013 A manufacturer doing business in California that has annual worldwide gross receipts exceeding $100 million is required by the California…

Co-authors: Louis A. Santiago.

Human trafficking

USA - December 10 2012 December 2012 marks the beginning of a new compliance regime.

Co-authors: Vince Farhat, William N. Shepherd.

Ninth Circuit rejects "selective waiver" of attorney-client privilege in government investigations

USA - May 8 2012 In a case of first impression, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit recently held that a party who provides attorney-client privileged materials to the government may not thereafter claim the privilege in civil litigation.

Co-authors: Vito A. Costanzo, Vince Farhat.

Responding to California’s Transparency in Supply Chains Act

USA - April 25 2012 Sweeping new legislation that went into effect in California earlier this year requires qualifying companies to detail and publicly disclose the nature and scope of their corporate compliance efforts to eliminate human trafficking, slavery and child labor from their global supply chains.

Co-authors: Vince Farhat, William N. Shepherd.