Morning round-up: Tuesday 11 July

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Government not breaking law by selling arms to Saudi Arabia, High Court rules [Independent]

Top law firms feel the heat as clients are delaying payment by an average of 130 days [City A.M.]

Charlie Gard latest: Parents given 48 hours to produce new evidence after venting frustration in High Court [Evening Standard]

Plans published to make it easier to shop around for legal services [Global Legal Post]

Brexit legal challenger Gina Miller felt ‘violated’ when Viscount offered bounty to anyone who would run her over [Independent]

Republicans dismayed by Trump Jr’s meeting with Russian lawyer [Financial Times]

Proposed Irish language act could breach Good Friday deal, lawyer says [The Guardian]

German MEP demands that Brexit ends hated EU marmalade law [The Telegraph]

Scots brewers BrewDog lose legal battle with Elvis Presley’s estate over the name of one of their beers [The Sun]

Job alert: Third six pupillages at Hardwicke [Legal Cheek Hub]

Firstly, a poster is not ‘touting’ – it is merely an advertisement, and these have been allowed since about 1981. Whatever else however, this shows pretty poor judgment on the part of these 2 para’s by going ‘off-piste’ [Legal Cheek comments]

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