Commercial Awareness Roundup 17/4/14

Commercial Awareness Roundup 17/4/14
  1. QASA registration timetable thrown up in air by continuing JR (via Legal Futures)
  2. South Korea investigates Ferry captain With 287 Still Missing (via Bloomberg)
  3. Michael Bloomberg in $50m gun law election push (via BBC News)
  4. Saudi Arabia jails lawyer and human rights activist in ongoing crackdown on dissent (via Amnesty International)
  5. ‘We are changing the profile from the irascible, crusty old judge’: Katharine, 42, is welcomed to the bench at Norwich Crown Court (via Norwich Evening News)
  6. India’s third gender claims its place in law (via The Guardian)
  7. First Heartbleed ‘Hacker’ Arrested And Charged (via Sky News)
  8. Oscar Pistorius trial: Defence witness ‘unqualified’ to testify (via The Independent)
  9. Iranian killer’s execution halted at last minute by victim’s parents (via The Guardian)
  10. Texas man executed for killing three members of same family despite claims of mental incapacity (via Fox News)
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