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Morning Headlines 18/11/2014

Morning Headlines 18/11/2014

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  1. Allergan sees off Valeant by sealing $66bn deal with Actavis (The FT) – Latham and Cleary bag top roles (Legal Week)
  2. Baker & McKenzie in Latin America: Why Europe is dominating M&A referrals (The Lawyer)
  3. Burying The Hachette? Amazon Climbs Down (Sky News)
  4. Premier League TV rights to be probed by Ofcom (BBC News)
  5. MP who earned £450,000 as a barrister accused of ‘bunking off’ (The Independent)
  6. Council seeks to protect vulnerable children with ‘novel’ legal action (The Guardian)
  7. Mega-Mergers Popular Again on Wall Street (NYT DealBook)
  8. Missouri governor declares state of emergency in Ferguson (CNN)
  9. Alleged extremist stripped of citizenship appeals to Supreme Court (BBC News)
  10. Norton Rose Fulbright sets 30% female partner target for 2020 (Legal Business)
  11. Neil Young Boycotts Starbucks Over GM Lawsuit (Sky News)
  12. Tuition fees: Three quarters of students won’t be able to pay off their debt (The Independent)
  13. Fitbit data is being used as evidence in court (The Verge)
  14. Halliburton Mega-Deal Sealed by CEOs Over Coke and Coffee (Bloomberg)
  15. Police fail to record one in five of all crimes reported to them, says report (BBC News)
  16. Dewani Lawyer Calls For Case To Be Thrown Out (Sky News)
  17. Man who drove girlfriend’s VW Polo onto Brands Hatch circuit during race is jailed for eight months (The Independent)
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