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Morning Headlines 10/11/2014

Morning Headlines 10/11/2014

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  1. Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan mandated by PWC to investigate Phones4u directors (Legal Week)
  2. Minister Greg Clark to address foreign students’ concerns over ‘unwelcoming’ UK (The Independent)
  3. Lawyers file emergency motion to stop execution of mentally ill Texas inmate (The Guardian)
  4. AT&T to Buy Mexican Wireless Provider Iusacell for $2.5 Billion (NYT DealBook)
  5. Briton In Court Over Hong Kong Killings (Sky News)
  6. Assisted dying will be made legal in UK ‘within two years’ (The Guardian)
  7. Hedge Founder’s Break Up May Alter U.K. Divorce Law (Bloomberg)
  8. ‘Too big to fail’ bank rules unveiled by global regulators (BBC News)
  9. More than 5,000 join lawsuit against Lloyds over HBOS deal (FT)
  10. Euthanasia: Senate inquiry calls for conscience vote on bill (The Guardian)
  11. Morgan Lewis in talks with key Bingham partners ahead of merger deadline (The Lawyer)
  12. Bar Conference: level the advocacy playing field – barristers (Law Society Gazette)
  13. Obama nominates Loretta Lynch as attorney general (BBC News)
  14. Judge strikes down Arizona’s migrant smuggling law (The Guardian)
  15. Michael Brown shooting: Ferguson braced for more violence after verdict on police shooting of unarmed teenager (The Independent)
  16. Undocumented lawyer Sergio Garcia hopes efforts to become an attorney inspire others (Fox News)
  17. European Arrest Warrant: Backbenchers to oppose government (BBC News)
  18. Jay Z Buys Luxury Champagne Company (CNN Money)
  19. US government sees off legal challenge over Guantánamo force-feeding (The Guardian)
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