Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Monday 12 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

London mayor Sadiq Khan tells tech giants they are not above the law [The Telegraph]

Nun dies in court during legal battle with Katy Perry over convent [The Telegraph]

Legal bid could deliver second referendum before Christmas [The Mirror]

New law to reign in tax dodging fails to bring a single person to book [The Sun]

Too many women lack faith in the legal system — we need to change this [Huffington Post]

Fuming solicitor: “I paid for parking at Brighton Station but have been fined £170” [Brighton Argus]

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How Uber’s top lawyer negotiated a spectacular severance deal on her way out the door by asking Travis Kalanick for $100 million [Business Insider]

China passes law to allow President Xi Jinping to rule for life [Metro]

Pep Guardiola caught out by his double standards over human rights [The Guardian]

Nando’s threatens restaurant with legal action over copyright infringement [Metro]

Stagnation and the legal industry [Medium]

Not Amused: “Identity politics is toxic and depends wholly upon hatred to maintain itself.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Job alert: Caseworkers sought for top immigration law firm’s Birmingham office [Legal Cheek Hub]

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