Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 14 May

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The morning’s top legal news stories and social media posts.

NewspapersEU court backs “right to be forgotten” in Google case [BBC News]

Female teacher, 38, who worked at £22,000 a year St Paul’s school married former pupil and Lord Grabiner QC’s son 14 years her junior [Mail Online]

I thought lovers who drowned at country hotel were joshing about, says Stephenson Harwood partner [The Express]

Rolf Harris trial: 5 key points from alleged victim’s cross examination [The Mirror]

Twitter’s general counsel owns how many millions in Twitter stock? [Above the Law]

Pakistan police charge 68 Pakistani lawyers with blasphemy [BBC News]

Norton Rose Fulbright posts 92% retention rate [Lawyer2B]

Dr Dre loses $3m legal bid against former label, Death Row Records [The Guardian]

How much coffee would it take to kill you? [Caffeine Informer]

Law graduate gets probation for beheading exotic bird [LA Times]

“I’ll tell you all about the doctrine of promissory estoppel, In Whitchurch — that’s Hampshire — born and raised, In the High Court is where he spent some of his days” [Legal Cheek Comments]