Supply chain issues are a top concern for many companies across industries and markets. Please join Crowell & Moring for a webinar series that explores these issues and provides insights on the various legal and tactical considerations as companies think about supply chain disruption, impacts, and solutions.

Overview of Supply Chain 
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On November 2, 2021, Crowell & Moring attorneys Judith Bussé, Ryan MacFarlane, Nicole Janigian Simonia, and David Stepp will be presenting a webinar to address the top 5 ESG challenges and opportunities for international companies and organizations.

Climate change is a global challenge that demands a global response. Global standards are vital in a number of areas to tackle the cross-border problems that many organizations face from forced labor issues, global initiatives, and disclosure requirements to greenwashing. Among the pressing issues are how plastic packaging and waste is regulated on a global level, how the recent EU initiatives apply to companies established outside of the EU territory, x, and x. Level-setting will need to go beyond what environmental, social and governance (ESG) basics address and so called “green” or sustainable investments that claim to pursue environmental goals will begin to see more scrutiny. Governments around the globe are working on numerous voluntary standards and a wave of new ESG regulation calls for more extensive and detailed corporate disclosures including that ESG risks are appropriately managed by third parties, such as supply chains and other business relationships.
Continue Reading Webinar: Top 5 ESG Challenges and Opportunities for International Companies and Organizations

On Tuesday, March 30th Crowell & Moring’s Cheryl Falvey and Matthew Cohen will lead a webinar titled, “The Consumer Product Safety Commission – An Agency in Transition.”

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) is in a state of transition. The Democrats will soon have a majority of commissioners. Acting Chairman Bob Adler has announced

The Federal Bar Association’s Fashion Law Conference will be held online from February 8-12, 2021. Crowell & Moring is pleased to be a sponsor of the event, which promotes the advancement of fashion law. This year’s conference will explore relevant industry topics, including changes anticipated with the Biden Presidency; the increase in counterfeits in ecommerce;

The Federal Bar Association’s Fashion Law Conference will be held on February 7, 2020 at the National Arts Club in New York, NY. Crowell & Moring is pleased to be a sponsor of the event, which promotes the advancement of fashion law in today’s globalizing world.

Coinciding with New York Fashion Week, this year’s programming

Chris Cole, co-chair of Crowell & Moring’s Advertising & Media Group and chair of the American Bar Association’s Section of Antitrust Committee on Advertising Disputes and Litigation, recently joined the ABA antitrust section’s podcast, “Our Curious Amalgam,” to provide insights into how advertising disputes and investigations are triggered.

In this episode, “Who is

How can you tell if an online review is truly genuine? Who’s regulating? Who’s watching?

Lauren Aronson, vice chair of the Consumer Protection Committee at the ABA Antitrust section, addresses these questions in Episode #7 of the ABA antitrust section’s podcast, “Our Curious Amalgam,” speaking on the topic, “Too Much Influence? Consumer Protection

The ICO Bares its (Sharp) Teeth: What You Need to Know About GDPR One Year On

We have now seen the ICO bare its teeth with huge proposed fines for GDPR breaches.

In this session, we will be hosting a panel discussion on practical issues around GDPR one year (and a bit) on, what organisations