UK's New 'Name And Shame' Approach To Anti-Trafficking

Law360 (March 31, 2019, 10:02 PM EDT) -- To the extent there ever was any doubt, companies falling under the U.K. Modern Slavery Act of 2015’s jurisdiction (and there are, as we shall see, many of them) must get their supply chain disclosures ready for prime-time (and have no time to waste).

You may have been one of the lucky 17,000 CEOs worldwide who received the U.K. Home Office’s[1] Oct. 18, 2018, letter reminding you of your company’s obligation to publish the mandatory Modern Slavery Act annual transparency statement. There has been considerable anxiety and speculation in some quarters concerning what this all means (the Home Office’s letter unfortunately was not a model...

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