Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Workers get new rights in overhaul but zero-hours contracts remain [The Guardian]

Boris Johnson misses deadline and will now face legal action over Brexit claims [Metro]

Grandparents could be handed a legal right to see their grandchildren after a family split [The Sun]

UK fracking policy faces court challenges [The Guardian]

Deloitte helps show the way on harassment [Financial Times]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Trump Russia: Six potential legal problems for the president [BBC News]

Schoolgirl’s killer, 16, convicted using video fingerprint in ‘legal first’ [Metro]

Ruth Bader Ginsburg reassures supporters her ‘health is fine’ after fall [Independent]

Brooklyn lawyer who attacked NYC subway rider with an umbrella after going on a racist tirade was arrested in June for pepper spraying train passengers [Mail Online]

“I trained at a US firm and had periods of 100 hour weeks for 2-3 weeks every once in a while. By the end of them I was an absolute wreck and so tired that bizarrely I couldn’t actually sleep…” [Legal Cheek comments]

Event: How law firms adapt to change — with Travers Smith [Legal Cheek Events]

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