Morning round-up: Friday 13 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


Linklaters tightlipped over associate linked to ‘verbal abuse’ on train [Legal Cheek]

EU law ‘will continue to apply in UK during transition deal’ [The Guardian]

Web developer, 38, ‘branded a solicitor a “curry-smelling p*** b******” in a foul-mouthed racist rant when the lawyer refused to hire him’ [Mail Online]

Britain opens debate on toughening corporate criminal laws [Reuters]

UK barrister steps up Irish challenge to EU exit [Irish Independent]

Scottish Government rejects press clampdown and Section 40 law [The Telegraph]

Donald Trump likes English libel law for a reason [New Statesman]

Is it legal to throw snowballs? Why you could be risking a criminal record for throwing snow [Mirror]

“Allegedly, this was him. Allegedly, he verbally abused someone. Allegedly, this was for an extended period of time. Without any context of the situation and what actually happened.” [Legal Cheek comments]

Pupillage at Littleton Chambers [Legal Cheek Hub]

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