Tag Archives: Enough Project

Expanded Expectations for Conflict Minerals Reporting

On September 5, 2013, Responsible Sourcing Network and the Enough Project published a paper detailing certain stakeholders’ expectations about the form and content of a company’s Form SD and Conflict Minerals Report. The authors fire a warning shot to reporting companies – telling them what components certain observers deem important and urging companies to report additional factors that … Continue Reading

A Preview of the Conflict Minerals Rule “Shaming Punishment”

Nintendo Co., Ltd. (“Nintendo”) gets the message. After several thousand petitions and a threatened protest of its latest video game console release press briefing, Nintendo has taken steps to reduce the use of conflict minerals in its latest consoles. Companies taking a wait-and-see approach to conflict minerals compliance might take a cue from Nintendo. On … Continue Reading

Conflict Minerals Rule Weekly Recap #1 – November 18, 2012

November 18, 2012 – November 25, 2012 Every Monday, Squire Sanders will be posting a Conflict Minerals Rule Weekly Recap. This weekly recap is an aggregation of conflict minerals-related stories from the prior week. Think of it as your one-stop source for recent developments related to conflict minerals. Most, if not all stories, will include links … Continue Reading