Morning round-up: Thursday 8 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Women lawyers say sexual harassment is fact of life at UK law firms [Financial Times]

European judges dismiss British couple’s ‘last resort’ appeal to stop doctors withdrawing life-support treatment from their brain-damaged one-year-old son [Mail Online]

Blackberry launches legal battle against Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram [Metro]

‘I was promoted to partner at my firm while on maternity leave… companies should be keeping talent’ []

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Drug dealer branded ‘incompetent’ by own solicitor as he’s jailed after being busted by cop disguised as Parcelforce driver [Mirror]

Blocked by Trump on Twitter — now crusaders take their case to court [The Guardian]

#TimesUp for this Biglaw partner who got a new gig after being quietly pushed out of his old firm [Above The Law]

Businessman in `right to be forgottenĀ“ fight with Google waits for ruling [Mail Online]

Conviction overturned for man electrocuted by Texas judge [BBC News]

Stormy Daniels sues Donald Trump, alleging his lawyer sought to silence her [The Guardian]

Law graduates sought by Turks and Caicos Islands law firm for paralegal roles [Legal Cheek Hub]

“No ‘top’ corporate firm would refer to a ‘trademark’. It is ‘trade mark’ in the British English; as in, the Trade Marks Act 1994. I despair.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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