Morning Headlines 29/10/2014

Morning Headlines 29/10/2014

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  1. Naked Rambler loses at European court over right to public nudity (The Guardian)
  2. Baker & McKenzie and Norton Rose Fulbright lead on Battersea Power Station £1.4bn real estate financing (Legal Business)
  3. Judge dismisses ex-dictator Manuel Noriega’s ‘Call of Duty’ lawsuit (CNN)
  4. Single mother-of-five made homeless by benefits cap turns to Supreme Court over Westminster Council’s attempts at ‘social cleansing’ (The Independent)
  5. Dewani ‘Underpaid Me Over Wife’s Murder’ (Sky News)
  6. Allen & Overy and HSF set to pick up £9.8m in legal fees on Tui’s £5.2bn merger (The Lawyer)
  7. Sheffield University abolishes library fines for students (BBC News)
  8. Real Madrid planning to take legal action after Zinedine Zidane was banned from coaching for three months because of a lack of qualifications (The Independent)
  9. 40,000 Kenyans accuse UK of abuse in second Mau Mau case (The Guardian)
  10. Supreme Court stays execution of Missouri inmate over legal assistance fears (Fox News)
  11. Leaving EU ‘would not harm’ London’s status as global financial player (The Express)
  12. Huhne Loses Court Challenge Over £77k Costs (Sky News)

Legal Reads:

  1. The Consequences of Saying No to a Hostile Takeover Bid (NYT DealBook)

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