As this article discusses, a fresh wave of legislation designed to foster and promote what its backers alternatively describe as responsible corporate citizenship or corporate social responsibility is cresting on U.S. businesses’ shores - and this time the aim is to combat the world’s most serious forms of labor exploitation.  The requirements of substantial due diligence and disclosures, and the corresponding threat of negative publicity, shareholder and consumer protests and boycotts, and Federal Trade Commission Action for insufficient compliance, are all reasons that the vetting of global supply chains for evidence of human trafficking, forced labor, slavery, and child labor is current hot topic in corporate boardrooms and compliance offices.