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Morning Headlines 9/1/2015

Morning Headlines 9/1/2015

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

  1. Gap between US firms and Magic Circle widens as UK firms slump in 2014 deal rankings (Legal Business)
  2. UK government failed to tell BP about kidnap threat before In Amenas attack (The Guardian)
  3. Abu Hamza Due To Be Sentenced In New York (Sky News)
  4. Jackie Chan’s son Jaycee jailed for drug offence in China (BBC News)
  5. Continental CEO Ex-Wife Cashes $1 Billion Check, Lawyer Says (Bloomberg)
  6. Travers Smith advises as thetrainline.com books IPO ticket (The Lawyer)
  7. Date set for judicial review showdown (Law Society Gazette)
  8. Ohio changing execution drugs (CNN)
  9. Why terrorism law watchdog is worried about proposed changes to legislation (The Guardian)
  10. Paris Terror Suspects Cornered After Car Chase (Sky News)
  11. Russia says drivers must not have ‘sex disorders’ (BBC News)
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