Susan A. Maslow Speaks on Corporate Responsibilities in Protecting Human Rights in Supply Chain Contracts

Susan Maslow, a Partner and Co-founder of the law firm of Antheil Maslow & MacMinn, LLP will be a speaker at the April 20th DiCarlo-Court of International Trade CLE program at the University of Illinois Chicago School of Law explaining the Model Contract Clauses that the American Bar Association Working Group has developed over the last 5 years and the growing body of global legislation requiring contract clauses to explicitly address modern slavery and human rights impacts in supply chains. Ms Maslow serves as Co-Chair of the Corporate Social Responsiblity Law Commitee of the ABA Business Law Section. 

For over 30 years, Ms. Maslow has concentrated her practice primarily in general corporate transactional work and finance documentation in the areas of Business Transactions, Business Law, Private Finance, Real Estate, Contracts, and Non-Profit Law. She has enjoyed assisting entrepreneurial individuals and privately-held companies in their efforts to structure and implement a great variety of business transactions, including stock and asset acquisitions, banking negotiations, mergers, secured and unsecured financing, real estate and business acquisitions and leases, capital arrangements for hospitals and other health care providers, distributorships, software services and license arrangements and business separations and dissolutions.  She is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar Associations.

Ms. Maslow can be reached at or 215.230.7500 ext. 119.