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Morning Briefing 13/6/2014

Morning Briefing 13/6/2014
  1. Tesla confirms plans to open up electric car patents (via BBC News)
  2. Offenders caught with knife a second time could face six months in jail (via The Guardian)
  3. TfL in-house lawyers launch High Court case in Uber taxi row (via The Lawyer)
  4. Osborne to extend Libor legislation (via Law Society Gazette)
  5. BSB bids to improve barristers’ reporting of certain diversity data – from abysmal to awful (via Legal Futures)
  6. Key elements of secret terror trial can be heard in public, court rules (via The Guardian)
  7. Italian woman who had a sex change wins legal battle to remain married to her wife (via The Telegraph)
  8. Mother of ecstasy-death teen calls for legalisation and education (via The Independent)
  9. BNP Paribas: EU’s Barnier wants ‘fair’ US action over fine (via BBC News)
  10. Court gives go-ahead for Pom Wonderful to sue Coca-Cola (via The Guardian)
  11. Federal Judge Stays Execution for Missouri Inmate John Winfield (via NBC News)
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