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Morning Headlines 7/1/2015

Morning Headlines 7/1/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup. We’re looking for Managing Editors for both our Careers and Study sections.

  1. US regulator warns technology groups on privacy (The FT)
  2. Belgium refuses serial rapist and murderer’s assisted dying request (The Guardian)
  3. Law Society questions value of cab-rank rule (Legal Futures)
  4. Monster sues Beats and co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine for fraud (The Verge)
  5. Pritchard calls for rape anonymity laws to be reviewed after case dropped (The Guardian)
  6. Amal Clooney disputes Egypt arrest warning story (The Telegraph)
  7. Man In ‘I Have Drugs’ Shirt Held For Possession (Sky News)
  8. Pupils’ lawyers challenge lower threshold for school exclusions (The Guardian)
  9. Shell agrees $84m deal over Niger Delta oil spill (BBC News)
  10. Linklaters, Baker & McKenzie and Morrison & Foerster scoop lead roles on $26bn China rail merger (Legal Week)
  11. Brussels reject David Cameron’s plans to cut welfare to European Union migrants (The Express)
  12. Federal judge denies Kennedy killer’s petition for freedom (The Guardian)
  13. London Welsh chairman threatens legal action against ‘closed shop’ of English professional rugby (The Telegraph)
  14. The legal issues in the Ched Evans case (BBC News)
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