Supply Chain

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Possible Life Sentence in Salmonella Case Raises Stakes for Food and Beverage Industry Compliance

Last week, federal prosecutors in Georgia filed papers supporting the local probation office’s U.S. Sentencing Guidelines calculation calling for a sentence of life in prison for Stewart Parnell, the one-time CEO of Peanut...more

Blog: House Bill To Require Disclosure Of Efforts To Eliminate Slave Labor From Supply Chains

Yesterday, Representatives Carolyn Maloney and Chris Smith introduced H.R. 3226, the ‘‘Business Supply Chain Transparency on Trafficking and Slavery Act of 2015.’’ ...more

Human Rights as a Business and Reputational Risk

News reports on human rights issues have become a steady drumbeat for companies in a variety of industries that operate in and source from nations in the developing world. The risks to companies posed by human rights abuses...more

Jeep Hack Drives Cyber, Crisis, Liability and Supply Chain Coverage Issues

A recall notice to fix critical control software on 1.4 million vehicles should raise concerns for companies, brokers and insurers across several business lines. The vulnerability of vital control systems to a remote hacking...more

Struggling U.S. Rare Earth Industry is Vital to a Stable Global Economy

Rare earth elements are found in nearly every aspect of our lives. Televisions, smartphones, tablets, computers, stereos, and cars all contain rare earth elements. Our national security also relies on rare earths in...more

FDA Final Rule Mandates Drug Manufacturer Notification of Impending Drug Shortages

On July 8, 2015, the federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) published a final rule requiring drug manufacturers to report to the Agency any supply chain disruptions that could lead to drug shortages. The final rule...more

Also In The News - Health Headlines - July 2015

CMS Reopens Attestation Period For First-Time Hospitals Until August – CMS recently announced that eligible hospitals participating in the Medicare Electronic Health Record Incentive Program for the first time in 2015 may...more

Global Tax News - July 2015

EUROPEAN UNION RE-LAUNCHES FORMULARY APPORTIONMENT: KEY POINTS ABOUT THE CCCTB The European Commission has recently released a Communication to the EU Parliament calling for a re-launch of its proposal from 2011...more

The Modern Slavery Act: What You Need To Know

The Modern Slavery Act was passed in March 2015. When section 54 of the Act comes into force, large businesses will be required to report annually on their efforts to ensure the business and its supply chains are free of...more

Jawbone Cries Foul – Fitbit’s Success Due To Stolen Trade Secrets

Fitbit better watch its step because Jawbone has a serious bone to pick with its competitor. On May 27, 2015, Jawbone, a maker of wearable fitness and activity tracker devices, filed suit in California state court...more

Procurement Pulse - July 2015

The Supreme Court ruling in the Edenred case on 1 July, provides an answer to the query we posed in June's Procurement Pulse - where a contract is signed before the Public Contracts Regulations, 2015 (PCR'15) came into force,...more

Closing a Facility? Dig Deep to Avoid Contractual Issues

When closing a facility, the legal issues that most often come to mind are terminating a lease or selling the asset(s). However, those are just the tip of the iceberg. From below the surface, potential problems may arise out...more

United Kingdom: New Law to Combat Supply Chain Slavery and Human Trafficking

The United Kingdom recently enacted the Modern Slavery Act 2015, the first law in Europe aimed at eliminating modern slavery and human trafficking from supply chains.  The Act is anticipated to take effect in October 2015....more

Global Risk and Compliance: Q&A with Katherine Peavy

CREATe is delighted to announce the addition of Katherine Peavy to our team of experts. Katherine is a global compliance executive with more than 15 years’ experience in China managing multicultural teams to implement...more

Be Global - June 2015

Whistleblowing: An employer's guide to global compliance - As the global push to combat corruption in government, politics, civil society and business gathers pace, whistleblowing continues to be a topic of ever...more

Commodore Perry and Integrating Compliance into the Fabric of Your Company

On this day in 1853, Japan took the initial steps to join the community of nations when US Commodore Matthew Perry, representing the US government, sailed into Tokyo Bay. After due consideration, Japanese officials accepted...more

FDA Helps Dispensers Enjoy the Summer with Generous DSCSA Compliance Policy

The federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just announced that the Drug Supply Chain Security Act (DSCSA) deadline of July 1, 2015 for dispenser requirements related to capturing and maintaining pedigree information will...more

FDA Releases Draft Guidance on its Voluntary Qualified Importer Program

On June 5, 2015, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the publication of its Draft Guidance on its Voluntary Qualified Importer Program (VQIP). The FDA is establishing VQIP to enable the expedited review and...more

FDA Announces Delay in Enforcing DSCSA Requirements for Dispensers

On June 30, 2015, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its intention to exercise its enforcement discretion to delay until November 1, 2015, its enforcement of drug product “track and trace” requirements...more

FDA Announced a Four-Month Enforcement Delay on Certain Drug Supply Chain Security Act Product Tracing Requirements for Dispensers

FDA Does Not Intend to Enforce Product Tracing Requirements Related to Dispensers’ Receipt and Maintenance of Product Tracing Information Until November 1, 2015. It Did Not Delay Dispenser Requirements With Respect to Product...more

FDA Provides 11th Hour Delay of Product Tracing Requirements for Pharmacies

On June 30, 2015, a mere day before the product tracing deadline for dispensers was to go into effect, FDA published a compliance policy guidance that delays enforcement of the applicable product tracing requirements until...more

Conflict Minerals: European Parliament Endorses New Compliance Requirements

It has been nearly a month since the deadline for companies in the United States to file their second annual conflict minerals reports with the Securities and Exchange Commission. As companies and their stakeholders assess...more

Goods and Services Tax in Australia to Apply to Offshore Digital Supplies (and More)

Draft Goods and Services Tax (GST) legislation has been released which seeks to level the playing field by ensuring that digital products and services provided to Australian consumers are subject to GST, whether provided by...more

Modern Slavery Act - Preparing For Greater Supply Chain Transparency

In this news letter: - Preparing for greater supply chain transparency - Background - Timing - Will you be affected? - Preparing the statement - How far up your supply...more

FDA Gives Food Industry Three Years to Phase Out Partially Hydrogenated Oils from Food Products

On June 16, 2015, the Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") issued a declaratory order, requiring a phasing out of the use of partially hydrogenated oils ("PHOs"). In its order, the FDA stated that partially hydrogenated oils...more

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