Morning round-up: Wednesday 23 March

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


The injunction is back: entertainer blocks extramarital affair story [The Guardian]

Police legal director accused of affair with married deputy chief constable is suspended over payments to her barrister ex-husband’s London chambers [Mail Online]

Jonas Gutierrez claims Newcastle viewed him as a “liability” following his cancer diagnosis, as he sues club for £2 million for disability discrimination in an employment tribunal [The Sun]

Poppers will not be banned despite legal highs crackdown, says Government [The Independent]

Ched Evans’ rape conviction appeal heard in court [BBC News]

Napoli fan sues referee in Serie A title-rivals Juventus’ derby victory over Torino [The Sun]

Kesha’s lawyer compares Dr Luke contract to slavery as she appeals court ruling [NME]

Do any of us know what our human rights are? [The Spectator]

Sarah Palin to preside as a judge over reality TV courtroom [Huffington Post]

Legal Manager (London) — seeking US qualified attorneys to be role models and mentors to UK & international law graduates and lawyers seeking US qualification [Legal Cheek Hub]

“On the first day I arrived at the (commercial) set where I did my pupillage I was informed that there were no facilities for ladies — I did not know whether to cry (over the lack of diversity at the bar) or be “happy” that I was the first woman to break the glass ceiling…” [Legal Cheek Comments]