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USPTO

Today is the first webinar in our 2016 series of monthly patent quality webinars coming to you the second Tuesday of each month. My name is Kathleen and am a senior advisor to the Deputy Commissioner for patents quality working on the USPTO's enhanced patent quality initiative. I will introduce our topics in speakers. I want to thank you for joining us today and remind everyone of our format which we like to keep this casual as possible. We have a plan presentation right our speakers. Followed by an opening question answer session and drop event we will be accepting questions of from our email box that is on the screen. Those emails come straight into this room so that we are able to forward them to our speakers. Feel free to send the questions and or comments as early on as you like.
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The following paper considers the potential impact of the UK’s withdrawal (‘Brexit’) from the European Union (EU) on efforts to tackle modern slavery. The purpose of this briefing is to review the extent to which the UK’s membership in the EU has influenced national anti-trafficking efforts, and consider if and how Brexit may impact the UK’s ability to combat modern slavery and protect its victims. Where possible, recommendations have been made on the steps to take to mitigate any potential risks posed by Brexit to UK anti-trafficking efforts.


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The following paper considers the potential impact of the UK’s withdrawal (‘Brexit’) from the European Union (EU) on efforts to tackle modern slavery. The purpose of this briefing is to review the extent to which the UK’s membership in the EU has influenced national anti-trafficking efforts, and consider if and how Brexit may impact the UK’s ability to combat modern slavery and protect its victims. Where possible, recommendations have been made on the steps to take to mitigate any potential risks posed by Brexit to UK anti-trafficking efforts.

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