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Morning Headlines 3/6/2015

Morning Headlines 3/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Sepp Blatter quits as Fifa president live: Interpol issues ‘Red Notice’ alerts for wanted officials (The Independent)
  2. Medieval laws face axe in legal pruning (The Guardian)
  3. Greece Says No IMF Repayment Without Deal (Sky News)
  4. Andy Coulson cleared of perjury as trial collapses (BBC News)
  5. White & Case, CC and Debevoise among raft of firms on SPIE’s €700m revived float (Legal Business)
  6. President Obama signs bill curbing NSA powers into law (The Verge)
  7. OECD Cuts Global Growth Outlook as Investment Lags, Greece Looms (Bloomberg)
  8. Allen & Overy launches performance related bonus pool for high performing partners (The Lawyer)
  9. Man ‘stole his own barrister’s £300 smartphone during appearance at magistrates’ court’ (Mail Online)
  10. FBI Flying Surveillance Planes Over US Cities (Sky News)
  11. Legal fees on Lehman collapse still top £3m a month as total hits £343m (Legal Week)
  12. Fifa’s Sepp Blatter ‘under investigation in US’ (BBC News)
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