Morning round-up: Thursday 22 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Mark Zuckerberg willing to testify on Facebook data leak [Financial Times]

Top judge calls for overhaul of marriage law and says it’s risible that men must pay ex-wives for life [Mail Online]

Denisa Gannon: ‘Roma people are not getting justice’ [The Guardian]

How the gig economy impacts employment law [Global Legal Post]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

CMS dismisses Singapore head and reports to SRA amid ‘confidential matters’ [Legal Business]

West Ham in £6m legal row with London Stadium owners [BBC Sport]

Ryanair wins high court battle over flight delay compensation [Independent]

Spain threaten legal action after Malta claim they were drugged in infamous Euro qualifier [Mirror]

Yes, Lindsay Lohan is really now a spokesperson for a US legal website [The Irish News]

BPTC & LPC graduates sought to work as County Court Advocates. Start this summer! [Legal Cheek Hub]

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