What’s this all about?
Supply chain/ESG due diligence continues to be a hot topic in Europe. Germany is the latest of a number of European countries to adopt legislation in this area and there are developments going on elsewhere.
Check out our joint article (https://www.magnussonlaw.com/news/the-increasing-regulatory-requirement-of-supply-chain-due-diligence-compliance-the-next-really-big-thing-in-compliance/) with international business law firm Magnusson (https://www.magnussonlaw.com/) to get a snapshot of what’s going on in a number of countries, including the following Nordic/Baltic region countries:
- Lithuania; and,
Why is this important?
Supply chain/ESG due diligence is rapidly becoming one of the biggest compliance topics. You should therefore consider following progress at the European country and EU levels in order to better manage third-party risk in this area.
Check out our other most recent articles about modern slavery compliance here https://www.corderycompliance.com/eu-modern-slavery-guidance/ and here https://www.corderycompliance.com/uk-modern-slavery-compliance-rules-draft-amends/
Check out our film about spotting the signs of modern slavery here https://www.corderycompliance.com/spotting-the-signs-of-modern-slavery/.
For more information on Cordery’s work on modern slavery and a short film explaining the law click here https://www.corderycompliance.com/modernslavery/. Cordery’s Modern Slavery Action helps organisations meet their modern slavery reporting requirements for a fixed fee. There are more details here https://www.corderycompliance.com/solutions/modern-slavery-action/.
We report about compliance issues here https://www.corderycompliance.com/news/.
For more information please contact André Bywater or Jonathan Armstrong who are commercial lawyers with Cordery in London where their focus is on compliance issues.
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