Letting third-party vendors in the supply chain know what a company stands for and staying consistent in those policies will help curb corruption and keep a supply chain ethical, a group of in-house counsel said on Thursday at the 2019 Global Ethics Summit in New York.

Reagan Demas, a partner at Baker McKenzie in Washington, D.C., moderated the panel. The panel was made up of Mike Kolloway, the senior vice president and general counsel at Parsons Corp.; Antonio Robinson, vice president and deputy general counsel at children clothing brand Carter’s Inc.; and Damien Atkins, the general counsel and secretary at The Hershey Co.

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