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Can business afford to ignore the link between environment and modern slavery?

Guest blog by Liliya Akhmadullina- exploring the implications of the criminal finance act and human rights

Ardea International & Caux Round Table Japan partner to help Japanese businesses comply with Modern Slavery Act

Sports Direct Modern Slavery Brothers Have Been Brought To Justice   The Facts Erwin and Krystian Markowski, both from Nottingham, […]

Why CLT envirolaw is changing to Ardea International

Serious Fraud Office v Rolls-Royce Plc & Rolls-Royce Plc Energy Systems Inc

A major sector of renewable energy investment is occurring in wind farms

Garcia v. Tahoe Resources Inc

The key lesson highlighted in this judgment is the fact that membership of the same group of companies does not automatically clothe a parent company

Following a campaign by Greenpeace HSBC is set to change its policies on forest deforestation

First published on Edie.net, we explore a year on from the Modern Slavery Act

One of the key implications is that it is still not impossible for a high-street retailer to be supplied by unethical manufacturers

To comply or not to comply: discover more about our research on how businesses are responding to the Modern Slavery Act

Interview with Colleen Theron about the challenges and trends for the sustainability legal and business sectors