Morning round-up: Wednesday 12 April

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit: why did the ECJ become a UK ‘red line’? [Financial Times]

High Court rules doctors can withdraw life-support treatment from sick baby Charlie Gard against his parents’ wishes [The Telegraph]

Husband fails in court bid to cut £72.5m divorce payment [Financial Times]

Daily Mail, Mirror and Times publishers fail in European law bid to avoid millions in libel and privacy costs [Press Gazette]

Singing barrister Karl McGuckin on mixing life in showbiz with the ‘theatre’ of the courtroom [Belfast Telegraph]

Ed Sheeran settles £14m copyright lawsuit with two songwriters over hit song Photograph [Mirror]

Law firm DWF faces £1m repair bill despite revamp at former office [The Herald]

Doctor dragged off United plane and left bloodied by cops hires two sets of lawyers in sign he will sue for millions — and is still in hospital from his injuries [Mail Online]

United Airlines passenger dragged off overbooked flight ‘broke the law,’ says aviation legal expert [Independent]

Kalisher Paid Internship 2017 at the Criminal Cases Review Commission [Legal Cheek Hub]

This is really, really difficult. The Inn would have assessed her chances to actually practice to be low. The anonymous donor wouldn’t have access to that information to assess her chances. The difficult problem will be pupillage and tenancy. [Legal Cheek comments]

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