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