Overview

Growing concerns around the world about the role of forced and child labor in global supply chains have led to numerous regulatory developments impacting international trade and business practices. Our ESG Collaborative and International Trade practice have joined forces to develop tailored business and compliance strategies to meet companies’ needs and desired outcomes. We help companies navigate new and evolving legal requirements, assess risks associated with their business and products, and weave in compliance best practices to address concerns.

We work with companies to evaluate and implement effective ESG strategies and compliance mechanisms to address the specific risks related to potential human rights abuses and use of forced labor in their supply chains. Our team assists companies in understanding Customs’ forced labor diligence expectations and in responding to WROs and audits.

Our services include:

  • Forced Labor Risk Assessment
  • Supplier Code of Conduct
  • Supplier Risk Management Procedures
  • WRO Response
  • Disclosure Review & Report Preparation
  • Employee & Supplier Training
  • CBP Audits
  • C-TPAT Risk Assessment