Morning round-up: Wednesday 10 January

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

UK plans three-month window after Brexit to start court cases under EU law [Business Insider]

Deloitte muscles in on legal services in UK [Financial Times]

Facebook pays costs in naked photo settlement [BBC News]

Brexit bill may have broken international environment law, says UN [The Guardian]

Netflix and Spotify will not kill off piracy, which should be legal, Pirate Bay founder says [Independent]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

@realDonaldTrump not above Twitter law, says firm’s Europe boss [Politico]

Trump lawyer Michael Cohen sues BuzzFeed over Russia dossier [The Guardian]

Blockchain makes new waves as law firms build expertise [Bloomberg]

A convicted burglar is suing a shopkeeper after he injured his genitals during a break-in [Joe]

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

“Seems odd that copyright can exist for such a simple, widely use chord sequence when 90% of pop songs use 1 stock chord progression.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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