Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.
- Chris Grayling used ‘bluff and bully’ tactics to push legal aid cuts, court told (via The Guardian)
- Carlyle Deal Concludes a Lawsuit Against Private Equity (via NYT DealBook)
- Scottish independence: Pro-Union parties back Scotland powers timetable (via BBC News)
- British Football ‘Vulnerable’ To Match Fixing (via Sky News)
- EU rejects Google’s antitrust deal again (via The FT)
- Alan Blacker, the ‘Harry Potter’ solicitor, investigated over ‘fake CV claims’ (via The Independent)
- Ex-SAC Fund Manager Martoma Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison (via Bloomberg)
- UK shift to ‘graduate economy’ leaves doubts over skills (via BBC News)
- Irwin Mitchell and HowardKennedyFsi replaced on Saudi Prince Supreme Court fight (via The Lawyer)
- Gambia passes bill imposing life sentences for some homosexual acts (via The Guardian)
- Bingham in Morgan Lewis merger talks, London office mulls split (via LegalWeek)
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