Modern Slavery Statement
This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 by Law Business Research and relates to actions and activities during the financial year 1 January 2021 to 31 December 2021.
Law Business Research – Modern Slavery Statement
Law Business Research is committed to preventing slavery and human trafficking in its corporate activities, and to ensuring that its supply chains are free from slavery and human trafficking. We recognise that we have a responsibility to take a robust approach to slavery and human trafficking and this statement reflects our commitment to ensuring the correct policies and processes are in place to ensure that modern slavery and human trafficking are not taking place within our organisation, or our wider supply chain.
About Law Business Research
Law Business Research (LBR) is a technology-enabled information services business powering the global legal industry with intelligence, analytics and performance data.
We deliver must-have intelligence to our clients when they need it, through a combination of time-sensitive insight, proprietary data and analytics, expert research, and sophisticated tools.
All our organisation’s activities and our supply chains are considered to be low risk with regards to modern slavery or human trafficking. All suppliers are required to agree with our terms of business which explicitly prohibit the use of slave labour.
Our Supply Chain
Law Business Research partners with a small group of small to medium size suppliers for most of its local requirements, and with multi-national suppliers for other requirements such as technology systems and infrastructure, and real estate. Law Business Research has never been made aware of any activities involving either itself or its supply chain that would prompt concern in relation to slavery or human trafficking. In the event that any such incident were highlighted to Law Business Research, we would take swift and decisive action accordance with our legal and moral obligations.
Awareness and Reporting
We are committed to raising awareness of modern slavery and human trafficking amongst our employees through mandatory training that helps them to spot signs of modern slavery and human trafficking.
All employees have access to an external helpline where they can anonymously report any employment concerns, including those related to modern slavery and human trafficking. In addition to this contact information for the modern slavery helpline are clearly displayed throughout our offices and on our employee intranet.
Nick Brailey (Chief Executive Officer)
Date: 17th November 2021