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How Civil Litigators Are Pushing Back Against Thriving Human Trafficking Epidemic (Law.com)

“We no longer call it ‘revenge porn’ because that makes it sound like a petulant act by a bad boyfriend, whereas trolls, hackers, blackmailers are committing image-based sexual abuse on an industrial scale, and it terrifies victims,” Dr. Ann Olivarius said.

How Civil Litigators Are Pushing Back Against Thriving Human Trafficking Epidemic I Law.com

Despite law enforcement’s efforts to combat the issue, human trafficking is still on the rise in the United States.
Sexual assaults happen to about one out of four American women.

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Despite law enforcement’s efforts to combat the issue, human trafficking is still on the rise in the United States.

Dr. Ann Olivarius, chair and senior partner of McAllister Olivarius in the United Kingdom, is no stranger when it comes to discussing sexual harassment, assault and online abuse.

She has successfully gone toe to toe against big-name institutions, causing them to make changes to their practices. Olivarius campaigned for Parliament to establish new laws to help defend vulnerable people from abuse.