Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Friday 8 December

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Brexit: UK fails to retain voice in European court of justice [The Guardian]

Man glassed in Parliament bar brawl is a top lawyer and crossword champ [The Sun]

I asked a law firm if the British public could sue David Davis for his Brexit negligence, and this was the answer [Independent]

The superstar lawyer tied to Harvey Weinstein isn’t panicked [Bloomberg]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Slater & Gordon: The tale of the battered and bruised personal injury giant [Legal Cheek]

Paralegal bodies split by “irreconcilable differences” as regulator pushes for expansion [Legal Futures]

Man fined by court after ‘Super Liking’ ex-girlfriend on Tinder [Devon Live]

Millionaire lawyer throws his son an extravagant $4 million 18th birthday bash — complete with celebrity guests, burlesque dancers, and a new $250,000 Ferrari [Mail Online]

Event: The skills future lawyers need for the new digital world — with RPC, Google and Uber [Legal Cheek Hub]

“Should have just admitted the error and let the firm handle themselves or through prof indem insurer (depending on excess and claims record). A shame the culture is such that a mistake cannot be admitted and then a cover up happens.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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