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Update on California's Transparency in Supply Chains Act

California now requires retailers and manufacturers doing business in the state to disclose on their websites their “efforts to ensure that the goods they sell are not produced by workers who are enslaved, coerced, or otherwise forced into service or who have been the victims of human trafficking.” Does your website have the required disclosures under California’s Transparency in Supply Chain Act? Are you clear on what the Act requires?

Tom Gould, Senior Director of Customs & International Trade for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg P.A. in San Francisco/Los Angeles, reviewed the requirements of the Act. Gould discussed the required notice, placement of the notice, and topics that must be disclosed. You'll also learn about California's enforcement efforts for this new law and take away recommendations of simply ways to comply.

Mr. Gould joined ST&R after running his own customs consulting businessmin the L.A. area for more than a decade. A licensed customs broker and certified customs specialist, he regularly advises clients on customs andminternational trade compliance matters, classification, origin determination, qualification for free trade agreements and special duty reduction programs, product safety and supply chain security. 

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