A fresh wave of legislation designed to foster and promote what its backers describe as responsible corporate citizenship/corporate social responsibility is cresting on US businesses shores—and this time the aim is to combat the world’s most serious forms of labor exploitation.  Effective January 1, 2012, the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires qualifying companies to detail and publicly disclose the nature and scope of their efforts to eradicate human trafficking, slavery, child labor, and forced labor from their worldwide supply chains.  This flow chart deconstructs the logic and flow of the California Act's detailed disclosure requirements.