Morning round-up: Thursday 11 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Businessman settles case with law firm after bid to sue for £160m over advice [Aberdeen Evening Express]

‘Kisses and cuddles are not enough’: Judges puts two young children up for adoption after ruling their partly deaf mother, 35, who has a learning disability and her husband, 59, are unable to care for them [Mail Online]

‘Why I quit my corporate lawyer job to travel the world’ [Cosmopolitan]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Bar Council lashes BSB over price publication plans [Legal Futures]

2018 will be the year for exploring micro-niches to better serve clients [Global Legal Post]

BuzzFeed feels fire and fury from Michael Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer [Forbes]

Romelu Lukaku: Man United striker to take legal advice over voodoo claim [BBC Sport]

Cornerstone Barristers pupillage open evening on Thursday 11 January [Legal Cheek Hub]

“The threat of Big 4 accountancy firms to law firms is hugely overblown. They are bloated, bureaucratic institutions that have got far too big and operate with public sector levels of efficiency.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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