Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 21 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Appeal court to hear first ‘guilty by association’ test cases [The Guardian]

Nissan taking legal action against Vote Leave [Sky News]

Barrister’s wife avoids jail after being convicted of stalking her husband’s lover who she called a ‘chavvy woman with fake boobs’ and enjoyed bizarre sexual practices [Mail Online]

Driver beats council in legal battle over 30-year-old unlawful ‘No Entry’ sign [The Telegraph]

‘Are those shorts? Send him down!’ [Twitter]

‘Stupid legal nonsense’: No Man’s Sky wins legal battle with Sky over naming rights [Express]

Legal Hackette Lunches with Sally Smith QC [Legal Hackette’s Brief]

Limitless annual leave in law firms: Utopian dream or workable policy? [LexisNexis Future of Law blog]

Northern Ireland legal aid reforms ‘have not worked’ [BBC News]

Lawyer in $100 million divorce switched jobs to work for husband’s legal firm after representing the wife for more than a year [Mail Online]

Rome just elected this 37-year-old lawyer as its first female mayor [Fortune]

Event: How to make it as a City lawyer — with the Black Solicitors Network [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Read Dominic’s piece and dismissed it as Bremain propaganda. Now 3 more lawyers are saying exactly the same thing. I think we should be very worried about this.” [Legal Cheek comments]