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Morning Headlines 14/1/2015

Morning Headlines 14/1/2015

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

  1. Plans to restrict judicial review face further concessions (The Guardian)
  2. MetLife Sues Over Being Named Too Big to Fail (NYT DealBook)
  3. Apple, Google Renew Bid to Settle Antitrust Hiring Case (Bloomberg)
  4. UK students are shunning home universities to study abroad, headteachers claim (The Independent)
  5. New Yorkers Warned Over ‘Kidnapping’ Scam (Sky News)
  6. ECB’s bond plan is legal ‘in principle’ (The FT)
  7. Obama makes push for stronger cyber security laws (BBC News)
  8. Afghan interpreters win right to challenge UK resettlement restrictions (The Guardian)
  9. City firm and university create ‘degree with apprenticeship’ (Law Society Gazette)
  10. Linklaters, Freshfields act on restructure of two of Hong Kong’s biggest conglomerates (Legal Week)
  11. Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers ask for trial delay, citing Paris attacks (CNN)
  12. Father jailed for mistakenly sending his toddler to nursery with bag of drugs and knives instead of packed lunch (The Independent)
  13. Sydney cafe siege: Australia ‘must compensate’ victims (BBC News)
  14. MI6 forced to show how it may snoop on privileged lawyer-client exchanges (The Guardian)
  15. Linklaters and Slaughter and May take lead as Canary Wharf owner urges investors to reject Qatari-led bid (Legal Week)
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