[Encore Presentation]
A Historic Step in Supply Chain Due Diligence: The French Duty of Vigilance Law

After four years of debate, France has adopted one of the most broad measures to date holding companies to account for the adverse human rights and environmental impacts of their supply chains.

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Webinar Time


11AM ET | 8AM PT | 3PM GMT

Webinar Date


Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Webinar Duration


Approximately 60 minutes

Webinar Summary

Dubbed as a historic step in supply chain due diligence, the law requires French companies to publish annual public vigilance plans detailing the measures they have taken to identify and prevent these types of negative impacts. With its scope and the likelihood of other countries enacting a similar law, the law has relevance for any company with a global supply chain.

Listen to an encore presentation by Sarah Carpenter, Business & Human Rights Analyst at Assent Compliance, and Stéphane Brabant, Partner at Herbert Smith Freehills, as they explore what the French Duty of Vigilance law means for your company and steps your company can take to thrive in this changing legislative landscape.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • What is the French Duty of Vigilance Law
  • How the law impacts your company
  • How can your company comply with its requirements
  • ...and more!

Register for the webinar today to learn from two leading experts about this new legislation and what your company needs to know.