Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 28 June

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Top UK judge warns over ‘enormous’ legal task post-Brexit [Financial Times]

DLA Piper rocked by ransomware attack… weeks after publishing ‘How to protect against cyber attacks’ guide [Legal Cheek]

Charlie Gard’s life support will be removed after his parents lose their final appeal [The Telegraph]

Call for Scottish judges to register all financial interests and investments [The Herald]

Brussels fines Google £2.1 billion for ‘breaking EU law’ over internet search monopoly [Express]

Law Society and SRA launch review to cut practising fee by 4% [Legal Business]

A shortage of judges has delayed a final verdict on an €850 million Apple project [Business Insider UK]

Legendary Liverpool solicitor Rex Makin dies [Click Liverpool]

Venezuela crisis: Helicopter launches attack on Supreme Court [BBC News]

BT sets phone box legal office in the town of Saul to promote Better Call Saul [The Drum]

Birmingham student event: Lawyers and the fourth industrial revolution — with Pinsent Masons [Legal Cheek Hub]

“‘The drivers do pay tax on every fare’, ‘The tax gets paid’ — thats not the issue here, its about VAT not income tax…” [Legal Cheek comments]

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