Tag Archives: Supply Chain Litigation

The Problem with Palm Oil (Or, The Next Wave of Supply Chain Class Actions?)

In previous posts (here, here, and here), we discussed a litigation trend that began in September of this year: putative class action lawsuits against U.S. retailers based on alleged unethical practices in their supply chains.  The first lawsuits asserted the presence of trafficked labor in the Thai and Indonesian shrimp and fishing industries, with complaints … Continue Reading

Announcing 30-Minute Boot Camp to Discuss the New Supply Chain Litigation Trend

In our last two posts (here  and here), we discussed the most recent supply chain litigation trend:  litigation based on companies’ California Transparency in Supply Chains Act disclosures.  We expect these cases to increase over the next weeks, months, and years, and predict that they will be expensive and distracting for companies that have to … Continue Reading
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