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Morning Headlines 16/6/2015

Morning Headlines 16/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. UK vote on European Union ‘will not be on 5 May’ (BBC News)
  2. A&O, Freshfields, Arthur Cox and Mason Hayes advise on ENOC’s £3.7bn Dragon Oil deal (The Lawyer)
  3. OFCOM To Deliver Review Of Royal Mail Dominance (Sky News)
  4. Mother loses bid to use dead daughter’s frozen eggs to give birth to grandchild (The Guardian)
  5. FIFA: Lawyers say body could be facing a ‘doomsday scenario’ (CNN)
  6. In A.I.G. Case, Surprise Ruling That Could End All Bailouts (NYT DealBook)
  7. Victory for Draghi as court backs bond-buying plan (The FT)
  8. IS recruits: Victims or criminals? (BBC News)
  9. Referral fees in crime would ‘corrupt’ market, bar alleges (Law Society Gazette)
  10. Freshfields set to open two more low-cost centres after Manchester move (Legal Week)
  11. Vinson & Elkins bumps up trainee salaries while freezing NQ wage (The Lawyer)
  12. Harassment Of Women ‘Endemic’ At Universities (Sky News)
  13. Fifa corruption: Chuck Blazer avoided potential 75-year jail sentence by going ‘undercover’ for the FBI (The Independent)
  14. Anthem makes $45bn offer for rival Cigna (The FT)
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