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Morning Headlines 12/12/2014

Morning Headlines 12/12/2014

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  1. US lawmakers in narrow $1tn spending deal (The FT)
  2. Supreme court to rule whether ban on abuse memoir threatens free speech (The Guardian)
  3. Some Accused of Insider Trading May Rethink Their Guilty Pleas (NYT DealBook)
  4. Apple is being investigated for anti-competitive practices in Canada (The Verge)
  5. Northern Rock’s £261m defeat in High Court (Law Society Gazette)
  6. Foreign killer and criminals ‘granted British citizenship’, damning report reveals (The Independent)
  7. Commerzbank Falls on Report Sanctions Fine to Exceed $1 Billion (Bloomberg)
  8. ‘Named and shamed’ barrister hits back at “misleading” ombudsman (Legal Futures)
  9. Home surveillance CCTV images may breach data protection laws, ECJ rules (The Guardian)
  10. Man ‘Murdered Over 40 People For Fun Of It’ (Sky News)
  11. British grandparents extradited to US plead guilty to fraud (The Telegraph)
  12. NY regulator probing Barclays and Deutsche over forex algorithms (The FT)
  13. Cooley closes in on London launch as majority of Edwards Wildman partners set to join ahead of Locke Lord merger (LegalWeek)
  14. Tennessee couple get 35 years in prison in girl’s soda death (FOX News)
  15. Canada police ‘can search phones’ after arrest (BBC News)
  16. UK judge praises students for helping overturn murder conviction (The Guardian)
  17. Now Britain is accused of using evidence obtained by torture of Guantanamo inmate (The Independent)
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