Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 13 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

David Davis faces legal threat over secret reports on Brexit impact [The Guardian]

Electoral Commission faces legal action over Vote Leave ruling [BBC News]

Royal Mail wins legal injunction to block strike [The Telegraph]

Legal wrangles dent Dubai’s image as region’s financial centre [Financial Times]

Uber London licence legal appeal “will take its course”, says London mayor Sadiq Khan, and TfL will defend decision [City A.M.]

Anger over suggestion formal dinners for Inns of Court pupils could be scrapped [The Telegraph]

Law firm leaders react to Susskind’s take on legal education’s future [The Recorder]

Woman wins right to legally use sick leave to care for dog [The Scotsman]

Bitter girlfriend finds evil way to make sure cheating ex fails the bar exam [Above The Law]

Event: How technology and innovation will change the role of lawyers with Osborne Clarke [Legal Cheek Hub]

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