Morning round-up: Wednesday 25 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories


David Pannick: human rights lawyer who won the Article 50 Brexit case [Financial Times]

Brexit ruling: Supreme Court decision could mean UK leaves EU after next election says Geoffrey Robertson QC [The Independent]

Iain Duncan Smith’s Supreme Court Brexit Ruling Response Rubbished By Secret Barrister [Huffington Post]

Laws against sexist dress rules must be enforced, say MPs [BBC News]

A Tory MP wants to change the law to ban junior doctors and rail workers from striking [The Canary]

Apple sued for not using iPhone safety fix it patented to stop distracted driving [The Guardian]

Real Madrid lose court battle for €6m compensation over video depicting Pepe as Hannibal Lecter [The Telegraph]

Tribes and lawyers are vowing to fight Trump’s pipelines [BuzzFeed]

Commercial Awareness Question Time: Northern Powerhouse Special [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Most people didn’t guess the outcome of this case on the political leaning of the judges but on a basic understanding of constitutional law…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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