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Fighting Human Trafficking by Leveraging Global Relationships

Crimes related to human trafficking, including forced labor and sex trafficking, are often detected in activities related to legitimate industries, including manufacturing, healthcare, construction, mining, and banking. Laura Ellsworth, Partner-in-Charge of our Global Community Service Initiative, explains how Jones Day is working with clients across industry sectors and throughout the world, to help identify, prevent, and prosecute human trafficking crimes.

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