Enforcement of the UFLPA is undergoing a massive change in 2023. With a 108% budget increase and 300 new personnel, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is on a mission to dig deeper into supply chains for forced labor connections. The risks are very real, and you could face product seizures or delays at the border.
But it’s not too late to get ahead of your requirements. Join a panel of expert speakers for a webinar on how manufacturers can prepare for this seismic shift in UFLPA enforcement to reduce non-compliance risks and protect U.S. market access.
- Sarah Carpenter, Director, Corporate Responsibility at Assent
- Michael Littenberg, Partner at Ropes Gray Law Firm
- Jamie Wallisch, Regulatory Sustainability Expert, ESG Responsible Sourcing at Assent
- Understanding how the CBP approaches forced labor investigations
- Conducting due diligence that holds up to the new standard of scrutiny
- Uncovering supplier connections to sanctioned parties
- Q&A session featuring questions from attendees