Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Tuesday 17 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

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Judges win claim over pension scheme changes [BBC News]

Disability rights campaigners to challenge assisted suicide law [ITV News]

Article 127: Court hearing on single market legal challenge postponed [The Independent]

UK supreme court to rule on government responsibility for alleged rendition [The Guardian]

Why is there a Brexit court case in Ireland? [Full Fact]

Brexit case: Welsh Government defends spending £84,000 [BBC News]

Olswang’s management pay drops by nearly 40% as CMS UK partners see profits for distribution fall 18% [Legal Week]

Failed ‘selfie drone’ maker sued over allegedly faking promo videos [The Guardian]

That time Trump sued Bill Maher after joke about his mom having sex with Orangutan [Law Newz]

Training contract at specialist London real estate law firm — immediate start [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Sounds like those qualifying in Feb/March will get special extenuating circumstances for qualification, so approx. 45 trainees left to rehouse. Recent post suggests 30 of the 45 have found firms – so where have the remaining 27 gone?” [Legal Cheek comments]

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