Morning Briefing 16/6/2014

Morning Briefing 16/6/2014
  1. Former British soldier takes extradition fight to European court of human rights (via The Guardian)
  2. Sir Nigel Knowles: The end of the legal market as we know it is nigh (via The Lawyer)
  3. US Condemns ‘Bloodlust’ Of Iraq Militants (via Sky News)
  4. Forced marriage law ‘a huge step forward’ (via BBC News)
  5. Medtronic snaps up Covidien for $42.9bn (via The FT – requires free registration)
  6. SFO Raids Triple After Years of Bungled Cases (via Bloomberg)
  7. Chelsea FC appoints James Bonington as first-ever head of legal (via Legal Business)
  8. Selection of journalists to attend terror trial raises fears over press freedom (via The Guardian)
  9. Spain arrests eight in ‘ISIS cell’ (via BBC News)
  10. McCanns Arrive At Court For Libel Trial (via Sky News)

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