Conflict Minerals and Supply Chain Accountability (Video)
Jane Luxton of Clark Hill PLC’s Washington DC office explains that U.S. businesses have a federal compliance obligation to try to keep conflict minerals out of their products. These are tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold produced in the Eastern Congo and sold to finance armed conflict in the Congo and neighboring countries.
There are similar laws in some states, including California, relating to the use of human slavery in the production of goods sold in the state.
The Current Whipsaw in Labor Law: Recent NLRB Developments and the Direction of the Biden Administration
While President Biden makes historic decisions, such as the firing of the NLRB’s General Counsel in January, many employers are wondering what impact “Biden’s NLRB” will have on their workforce. As new board members are confirmed, what changes should employers expect from the new NLRB?
FAQs: Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccines and the Automotive & Manufacturing Industries
Join us for a presentation where we will share the considerations, implications, and answer your frequently asked questions surrounding the implementation of mandatory COVID-19 vaccines.
The Department of Education Clarifies That Title IX Applies to Cases Involving Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity
The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights has issued an interpretation of Title IX, emphasizing that the law prohibits discrimination based upon (1) sexual orientation; and (2) gender identity.