Morning round-up: Monday 17 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit talks round two: European Court of Justice looms large [The Guardian]

David Davis warns Brussels: You can’t pick referee for legal disputes after Brexit [The Telegraph]

Charlie Gard’s parents are “astonished” to find the taxpayer-funded lawyer representing their baby leads a charity backing euthanasia [Mail Online]

Law to be changed so terror offenders’ jail terms can be lengthened [The Guardian]

Judge who said rape trials were hard to prove if the victim was drunk is rapped by bosses [Mail Online]

Trump re-election campaign paid $50,000 to law firm now representing Donald Trump Jr [CNN]

Trump campaign paid Donald Jr’s lawyer before emails were made public [Slate]

All the president’s men’s lawyers: who are Trumpworld’s leading attorneys? [The Guardian]

Public given new powers by Ministry of Justice to demand tougher punishments for terrorists [Evening Standard]

Why you could be breaking the law every time you go to a concert [Birmingham Mail]

Poundland delays launch of copycat Toblerone bar amid legal row [The Telegraph]

“I did three vac schemes at regional or high street firms. The most I ever got was one dinner with a £20 per head limit.” [Legal Cheek Comments]