hey, i couldnt find any post-2017 precedents, i could only find earlier ones.
there's one that happened in 2019 but UNODC didn't assign it a name: In another case in 2019, two Indian nationals – husband and wife – were convicted of trafficking in persons for the purpose of forced labour to Western and Southern Europe. The four Indian victims were subjected to forced labour in a restaurant owned by the couple. As the permit of stay of these victims was linked to their employment in the restaurant, the couple could exert control over them. Source: UNODC, GLOTIP Court Case Summaries, Case 675, Case 676, Case 687, Case 688.