Monday morning round-up

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The top legal affairs news stories from this morning and the weekend

Plymouth cops return guns to their owners over fears of being SUED, claims ex-firearms officer after incel massacre [Mail Online]

Cineworld braces for $1.1bn legal showdown [The Telegraph]

Landmark UK court ruling due in ‘bride price’ dispute [The Guardian]

Prince Andrew to be served court papers in person, says sexual assault accuser’s lawyer [Independent]

Legal change to office e-mails would give workers ‘right to disconnect’ after 5pm [Mirror]

Universal Credit claimants could be owed £1,500 amid landmark court case [Birmingham Live]

Secure your place: The September 2021 UK Virtual Law Fair

Hong Kong activists ask pro-Beijing law firm to defend them [Financial Times]

Would you let a robot lawyer defend you? [BBC News]

‘They should be worried’: how FTC chair and law prof Lina Khan plans to tackle big tech [The Guardian]

Family of British lawyer missing on 23,000ft mountain fear she’s no longer alive [Mirror]

Legal Researchers Weigh in on How Future Laws Should Deal With The Rise of The Sexbots [Science Alert]

“Great deal , go travelling (yes things are finally reopening) , learn new skills and languages while you’re at it… work and study can wait a year you don’t get this time back!” [Legal Cheek comments]

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