Morning round-up: Friday 23 February

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Finally, the law is catching up to domestic abusers who target their victims online [The Telegraph]

Harvey Weinstein apologises for using Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep in legal defence [Evening Standard]

KitKat is under threat as Nestle bosses urge judges to protect the iconic British four-fingered chocolate bar [The Sun]

Dyson suffers legal setback in energy label case [Sky News]

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Trump’s presidency is inspiring people to go to law school [Vice]

Sacked pregnant worker loses European court case [BBC News]

Scottish whisky suffers EU court setback in battle over Germany’s Glen Buchenbach [The Telegraph]

Sugar baby, 25, funds her university degree and lavish lifestyle by having sex with a lawyer and IT worker three times a month — and she hasn’t paid rent in years [Mail Online]

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