Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 28 August

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


Google attacks Brussels antitrust case in 100-page response [The Guardian]

The trials of living with a High Court judge [The Spectator]

Law and the “illegals”: reforming UK immigration detention [Halsbury’s Law Exchange]

Joshua Rozenberg: UK gun laws are about to be overhauled, not necessarily for the better [The Guardian]

Air crash media: photography, privacy and grief [Inforrm]

Silk and Tory MP who claimed moat cleaning on his expenses has been handed a peerage [The Independent]

SoundCloud to be sued in royalties row [BBC News]

Dead man to give evidence at court against alleged killer [Hartlepool Mail]

The butcher, the baker and the barrister: the way things were they will not be [Counsel of Perfection]

Lawyer cubicles are coming [Wall Street Journal]

Dispute resolution paralegal wanted at City firm [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Given the cost of the solicitor PCF, you’d think more people would be asking ‘why does the Law Society employ a senior economist’ and ‘how many other economists does it employ?’ and ‘why?’.” [Legal Cheek Comments]