Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 17 February

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

newspapers4High-flier’s sex discrimination claim: Lawyer “sacked after objecting to boss showing off his wife’s nude portrait” [Mail Online]

Plaintiffs in Strauss-Kahn case drop damages claim [BBC News]

Legal challenge over London garden bridge plans [The Guardian]

American Sniper Chris Kyle murder trial: Jurors hear ‘bizarre’ voicemail message left for Navy SEAL by alleged killer [The Independent]

Missing wig and gown [Twitter]

UKIP candidate agrees to pay £1,000 to charity after making false accusations against Sir Edward Garnier QC [Leicester Mercury]

Better Call Saul interview: Bob Odenkirk on the real Jimmy McGill [GQ]

Lance Armstrong must pay record $10m damages after losing case brought by promotions company [The Independent]

Help to save the Citizenship Studies A-level (great way to learn about democracy & rule of law at school) [Change.org]

Law GIF [Facebook]

Trademark paralegal sought for global law firm [Legal Cheek Jobs]

“‘Suck my dick’ was meant in a tongue in cheek way and given that I already struggled with securing a vac scheme before, I don’t think it will dent my chances much more.” [Legal Cheek Comments]