Sarah Altschuller has been a member of Foley Hoag’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) practice since 2003. In this role, she advises multinational companies regarding the development and implementation of CSR strategies, policies, and procedures, as well as compliance with emerging legal and regulatory requirements. Sarah provides counsel regarding engagements with socially responsible investors, government policymakers, local communities, non-governmental organizations, and other key stakeholders. She also conducts site-level human rights and labor rights impact assessments, as well as due diligence efforts.
Sarah has been recognized by Chambers Global as a leading practitioner of business and human rights law. She is the primary editor and lead author of the firm's Corporate Social Responsibility and the Law blog.More »