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Modern Slavery & Compliance

Small banner commercial law

Under enhanced scrutiny businesses are developing more robust modern slavery policies and responses to section 54 of the Modern Slavery Act.

How we can help

Understanding your legal commercial needs

Born of our in-depth knowledge and practical experience advising some of the leading brands across the UK and Europe, we have developed an innovative, readily available modern slavery compliance package.

Our Modern Slavery Compliance package helps you to ensure that processes are put in place to monitor and mitigate against the risks of modern slavery being present in your supply chain and to improve your compliance practices.

DWF’s Modern Slavery Compliance product is a 'ready to go'; fixed-price compliance package, entailing a comprehensive supply chain due diligence questionnaire and the option of either a 'DIY' or bespoke transparency statement and policy.

This can be adapted to suit your needs, provides clear costs visibility and allows you to tailor the level of engagement, review and drafting activity to meet regulatory requirements and budgets.

We are also able to offer tailored add-ons, including training and purpose-drafted anti-modern slavery provisions, which can be incorporated within your standard terms and negotiated supply chain contracts.

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