Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Tech giants to face EU legal push on content, competition, taxes [Wall Street Journal]

Bundesbank to keep buying bonds after court challenge [Financial Times]

Hollywood comes to the high court for Johnny Depp face-off [The Guardian]

Lawyer says Ghislaine Maxwell “knows too much” and won’t get out of jail alive [The Mirror]

Lawyer wins sex discrimination case after male colleague was paid more [The Telegraph]

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Corrupt lawyer who was “go to” solicitor for criminals is struck off [Manchester Evening News]

Hong Kong security law: Pro-democracy books pulled from libraries [BBC News]

Philippine lawyers press Supreme Court to strike down anti-terror law [Reuters]

Code isn’t law [Coin Geek]

Henderson Chambers has third six pupillage vacancies to start this autumn [Legal Cheek Noticeboard]

“Friend was asked to defer until Jan (another firm) and offered 8k” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Virtual student event: How to become a City lawyer in a post-Covid world [Legal Cheek Events]

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