Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 15 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Former DJ Neil Fox found not guilty on all sexual abuse charges [The Independent]

Investors press ahead with Quindell legal action [The Telegraph]

Man who “rode hoverboard into shop and stole Lucozade” set to make legal history [Evening Standard]

“Hoverboards” and the law [Full Fact]

The future (year) of law: our 2016 predictions [LexisNexis Future of Law Blog]

Michael Mansfield QC calls for for help in preventing suicides ahead of inquest into daughters death [The Independent]

Liverpool lawyer James Parry wins five-year battle to clear name over unlawful arrest [Liverpool Echo]

EU set to agree new data privacy law with stiff penalties [Reuters]

Teenage schoolgirl charged with manslaughter after giving birth and “allowing the baby to die” [Daily Record]

Plymouth judge in sex assault case asks “What is a onesie?” [The Herald]

Apply now: Dentons summer vacation scheme for law students [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Hale is awesome, Fives got to shut up when a ten is talking!” [Legal Cheek Comments]