Anti-Boycotting Laws

Compliance Strategies

Include relevant contract provisions:  to mitigate risk associated with anti-boycotting laws, incorporate Yale’s standard provision on anti-discrimination into research agreements, sub-awards and academic collaboration agreements.  The Office of Sponsored Projects and the Office of the General Counsel can help adapt these provisions for use in contracts for the purchase of goods, employment agreements, inter-institutional agreements and various other types of agreements.

Report concerns and possible violations: any boycott request or possible violation of a country embargo or sanctions program must be reported immediately to the Office of the General Counsel at (203) 432-4949. In addition, any Yale activities in or transactions with the government, a company or a national of the listed countries should be reported to the University Tax Office.  You may also report concerns and possible violations using the Yale University Hotline.

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