- For those looking to rebut the presumption of forced labor, what evidence would qualify as clear and convincing?
- Can suppliers simply certify that their goods have no known sourcing in the Xinjiang region?
- How would U.S. importers go about confirming forced labor on the ground in light of COVID travel restrictions?
Read this ebook to gain clarity on the UFLPA’s mandate and access a list of helpful resources on mitigating Xinjiang forced labor risk in global supply chains.
About Our Experts:
John Foote is an advisor to companies and a widely recognized expert on Section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930, the U.S. forced labor import ban.
Jennifer Williams is responsible for supporting and coordinating complex, cross-departmental HSI investigations into allegations of forced labor at overseas manufacturing facilities that export goods to the U.S. and/or have a nexus to the U.S. through other means.
Jessica Rifkin practices customs and international trade law with a special emphasis on food, drugs, cosmetics, and medical devices, regularly representing clients before U.S. Customs and Border Protection and the U.S. Department of Commerce.