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UK’s new ‘name and shame’ approach to anti-trafficking

UK’s new ‘name and shame’ approach to anti-trafficking
Published on: 01 April 2019
Published by: LexisPSL
  • UK’s new ‘name and shame’ approach to anti-trafficking
  • Home Office’s tender tells the tale—publication of noncompliant companies and injunctions against noncompliant companies are on the enforcement menu
  • Timing is everything
  • Who must comply with the UK disclosure requirements?
  • What is a ‘slavery and human trafficking statement’ anyway?
  • Who must approve of such a statement?
  • Where must such a statement be disclosed?
  • So what are the penalties for noncompliance?
  • Yikes! I am not sure we are complying—what should we do?

Article summary

Practice Compliance analysis: To the extent there ever was any doubt, companies falling under the UK 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). or take a trial to read the full analysis.

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