Monday morning round-up

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

City lawyer, 31, set up multiple dating app profiles to track his ex and pose as other men who went on to tell her that her former lover sounded like a ‘good guy’ who ‘definitely wouldn’t be a stalker’ [Daily Mail]

Young alpha lawyers confess all: ‘We’re the new bankers’ [The Times] (free, but registration required)

Sunak faces revolt over ‘draconian’ law allowing workers to sue bosses over offensive customers [LBC]

UK to abolish law requiring press to pay legal costs when sued [The Guardian]

Donald Trump indictment sets up battle of heavyweight lawyers [Financial Times] (£)

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Meghan Markle wins defamation lawsuit against half-sister Samantha after judge dismisses case [Sky]

Sheffield trial collapsed after juror overheard barrister discussing case in café located 150 yards from court [The Star]

Man denies harassing prominent barrister on social media [Shropshire Star]

How I made it: ‘I’ve been in the army, a barrister, and bomb disposal’ [Metro]

“People forget that ChatGPT is still in beta mode producing these kinds of results. I can’t even imagine its capabilities with further developments and updates.” [Legal Cheek comments]

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