Round-up

Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Litigation firm Therium to fund not-for-profit cases as legal aid slashed [ITV News]

Sir Cliff Richard backs calls for anonymity reform following BBC court battle [Sky News]

Cat protection: Law change bid to make drivers report hitting the household pet [Sky News]

Covington Catholic High School student will sue CNN for $250 million [Washington Examiner]

New Deloitte legal boss says the Big Four firm can become a “significant player” in the £26 billion UK market [City AM]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

The EU’s plan to rein in Facebook and Google will do exactly the opposite [The Guardian]

Spice Girl Mel B wants to end ugly legal battle with nanny and settle out of court [The Sun]

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer threatens legal action against Paddy Power after bookmaker used photo without consent [The Telegraph]

Legal Cheek student events with top law firms in Nottingham and London on Tuesday and Wednesday this week [Legal Cheek Events]

The ICLR Pupillage Award 2019 [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

“Can we rename this post to ‘Let’s help Linklaters NQ buy a wardrobe?'” [Legal Cheek Comments]

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4 Comments

Anonymous

The Big 4 need to sort out the problem with audit before they pretend they have any credibility as lawyers.

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Anonymous

What have GWR, LNER, SR and LMS got to do with it?

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Anonymous

No deal

No deal

No deal

Cha cha cha

IT IS GOING TO BE BIBLICAL

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Anonymous

That student is only suing for $250m. Why not a billion?

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