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Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler LLP | USA | 26 Jul 2022

The Child Labor Amendment

Popular opinion rises against child labor, and the Supreme Court shrugs. Congress tries again, but the Court is unmoved. Congress passes an amendment…
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Borden Ladner Gervais LLP | Canada | 18 Jul 2022

Canada targets supply chain ethics

The Government of Canada is reacting to growing consumer and political support to combat forced labour and human rights abuses in supply chains by…
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Mayer Brown | China, USA | 25 Apr 2022

CBP to Issue Warning Letters to Certain Importers in Advance of Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Implementation

In December 2021, President Biden signed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA”) into law. The UFLPA creates a rebuttable presumption that…
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Gowling WLG | Canada | 22 Mar 2022

Dynamic legal changes to address forced labour and child labour in supply chains - A guide to addressing modern slavery in your business and supply chain Part 14

Canadian businesses are rapidly approaching a perfect storm of dynamic legal changes that will alter the way they manage the risks of forced labour…
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McCarthy Tétrault LLP | Canada | 2 Nov 2021

Mitigating Risk Exposure to Forced Labour in the Supply Chain: Part II - Canada’s Response to Forced Labour

In Part I of this three-part series, we provided an overview of the concerns associated with forced labour in supply chains. In doing so, we…
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Arent Fox LLP | China, USA | 1 Oct 2021

CBP issues WRO on solar materials made by Chinese companies

Forced labour enforcement continues to escalate, as the US Department of Commerce has restricted exports to five additional Chinese companies. In addition, a withhold release order has been issued that will prohibit the import of products produced in whole or partially from silica produced by Hoshine Silicon Industry Co, Ltd and its subsidiaries. The company has been linked to the largest......
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Tenet Compliance & Litigation Limited | United Kingdom | 2 Sep 2021

The Secret Ingredient: Improving Your Food Fraud Prevention Planning

A recent analysis conducted by The Guardian found that 36% of more than 9000 seafood samples from restaurants, fishmongers and supermarkets in more…
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Lexology PRO | Australia, Canada, China, etc. | 6 Jul 2021

Modern slavery: a global update on due diligence requirements

A look at new obligations that companies need to comply with to keep their supply chains free of forced labour.
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CETINKAYA | Turkey | 22 Jan 2021

Child Labor in Turkey & The Need for Human Rights Due Diligence for Corporations

Child labor is a major obstacle to the enjoyment of the most fundamental children’s rights, such as the right to life, health, development, and…
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Jones Day | USA | 7 Mar 2020

Combating Forced Labor: The Increased Use of Withhold Release Orders and Formal Findings

As has been described in previous Jones Day White Papers, the global problem of human trafficking—and the goal to eradicate it—profoundly effects…
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