Morning round-up: Wednesday 19 July

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By Legal Cheek Reporter on

The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Wonder of mobile internet means I can deal with cases on the move, top family court judge says [The Telegraph]

Police failing to disclose crucial evidence about defendants, report finds [Independent]

UK to reject EU demand for Brexit bill estimate [Politico]

Former Irish PM sues English law firm for negligence in investment property case [Global Legal Post]

Court rules civil service redundancy payment cuts unlawful [The Guardian]

End of online porn? Tough new UK law to block all adult content from the web within months [Express]

Linklaters to recruit first chief information security officer as DLA breach pushes security up firms’ agenda [Legal Business]

Trump still hearts Jones Day [The American Lawyer]

“Call me cynical, but why is it always human rights they want to go into. It’s never ‘I want to be a maritime law specialist’ or ‘I want to advise private equity funds and high net worth individuals on their tax structuring.'” [Legal Cheek comments]

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