Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 16 October

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Police in London are investigating three new sexual assault claims against Harvey Weinstein [BuzzFeed]

High-powered attorney quits Harvey Weinstein’s legal team after another celebrity civil rights lawyer admits she made “colossal” mistake representing disgraced film mogul [Mail Online]

UK government watchdog pushes for new British ‘right to equality’ to stop Brexit leading to more discrimination [The Independent]

Theresa May to dine with EU chiefs amid Brexit “deadlock” [BBC News]

What would a ‘No Deal’ Brexit actually look like? [Vice]

High Court to hear £600m case over Lloyd’s takeover of HBOS [Financial Times]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Senior judge warns over “shaming” impact of legal aid cuts [The Guardian]

Dyson heads to European court over vacuum cleaner energy labels [The Telegraph]

Stained glass windows should recognise Christians who don’t ‘parade’ achievements, says judge [The Telegraph]

Killer drivers to receive life sentences in law change [BBC News]

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

Ah trainees (and wannabe trainees). Please don’t be impressed by a pool. Or try to impress your mates with BS like how many hours you need to be in the office or even where the office is located. You’re allowed a life. None of this makes you an important person [Legal Cheek Comments]

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