Morning round-up

Morning round-up: Wednesday 14 March

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The morning’s top legal affairs news stories

Tycoon ‘waged race-hate campaign against City lawyer he said cheated him’, court hears [Evening Standard]

Accountants and lawyers ‘must report’ aggressive tax avoidance schemes [The Guardian]

Online pornography age checks delayed over kinks in law [Sky News]

Alfie Evans: Parents’ Supreme Court life support appeal [BBC News]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Nando’s in legal battle with Reading restaurant called Fernando’s [iNews]

Law firm let staff work from hotel in Lanzarote for month if targets are met [Belfast Telegraph]

Aspiring Russian lawyer, 23, once known as the ‘most beautiful student’ in her class reveals how she was left blind, brain damaged and unrecognisable after horror car crash caused by her ‘angry’ boyfriend [Mail Online]

Queen Elizabeth doesn’t have to follow these 8 British laws [Business Insider]

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

“While I admire her tenacity, she has to consider whether she can meet the grades second time round to obtain pupillage. If not, she could end up bankrupt.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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