Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 19 August

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Cherie Blair and Miriam González: why companies must act on slavery law [The Guardian]

Sia’s promoter denies she’s being sued by fans over a 65-minute concert in Israel [BBC News]

This interview with Donald Trump’s lawyer is the definition of awkward [Time]

Retired lawyer, 81, known as ‘The Tiger’ was bullied out of £50k by drifters who saw her as a ‘soft touch’ [The Sun]

Lawyers for Oscar Pistorius say ‘enough is enough’ and demand an end to court proceedings as the Blade Runner fights bid to lengthen his six-year murder sentence [Mail Online]

Spyware maker faces legal battle over alleged affair [BBC News]

Bishop launches legal bid to ban Pokemon Go in Italy because it is turning people into ‘the walking dead’ [Mail Online]

Man arrested with two knives claimed he had them to eat, court hears [The Irish News]

Legal administration and marketing assistant required at Littleton Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

“What about the brutalist splendour of Southend Mags?” [Legal Cheek comments]