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Supply chain liability under the law of negligence: What does Jabir and Others v KiK Textilien und Non-Food GmbH mean for European companies with supply chains in the sub-continent and other common law countries?

Last month a court in Dortmund heard arguments in Jabir and others v. KiK Textilien und Non-Food GmbH.  It is a case brought against a German retailer, under English law principles of tort in relation to a fire at the factory of a supplier in Pakistan.  This post explains what the case is about and

Legislative and Regulatory Update on Federal Supply Chain Risk Management

The U.S. Government is renewing its focus on mitigating technological risks by regulating the supply chain for various goods and services. To achieve these goals, Congress and agencies have introduced, and in some cases enacted, legislation and regulations that direct agencies to identify, assess, and mitigate supply chain risks generally as well as prohibit agencies

Majority in favour of improving fairness in EU food supply chain

Initial responses to the European Commission’s public consultation on how to make the EU food supply chain fairer suggest that, bar retailers, the majority of significant stakeholders (including Member States, farmer groups, agricultural organisations and NGOs) are in favour of action at EU level to increase fairness and balance in the food supply chain. The

California Enforces Supply Chain Disclosure Law

The California Attorney General’s (AG) office recently issued letters to more than 1,700 companies listed as manufacturers or retailers on their California state tax returns requiring them to notify the AG’s office that they are, or are not, in compliance with the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (the Act). These letters appear to be

Hogan Lovells Issues Client Alert on New DoD Counterfeit Parts Regulations

Hogan Lovells’ Government Contracts Practice recently issued a Client Alert on the first proposed rule issued by the Department of Defense (“DoD”) regarding the detection and avoidance of counterfeit parts in the DoD supply chain.  Authored by Partners Thomas L. McGovern III and Michael D. McGill and Associate Michael J. Scheimer, the alert analyzes each section of the