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Morning Headlines 18/6/2015

Morning Headlines 18/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Merkel Says Greece Deal Still Possible Only If Tsipras Moves (Bloomberg)
  2. German federal court grants retrial after judge texted during testimony (The Guardian)
  3. Murder-For-Hire Plot Linked To Prison Escape (Sky News)
  4. Charleston church shooting: 9 killed in what officials call a hate crime (CNN)
  5. California commission rules Uber driver is an employee, not independent contractor (The Verge)
  6. A&O hires external help to launch junior pay review (The Lawyer)
  7. Students awarded £400,000 compensation after complaints (BBC News)
  8. Beastie Boys win fight for their right to $668,000 legal fees from Monster Energy (The Guardian)
  9. Herbert Smith Freehills to close Abu Dhabi office (Legal Week)
  10. UK setting wrong example on human rights, says top jurist (Law Society Gazette)
  11. Osborne Clarke takes the lead as Chris Evans wins BBC Top Gear role (The Lawyer)
  12. Sony Fails To Dismiss Interview Hacking Lawsuit (Sky News)
  13. Peckham pregnant woman attack: Man charged with child destruction after unborn baby killed (The Independent)
  14. Hong Kong lawmakers reject Beijing poll plan (BBC News)
  15. US law firms beat their British peers on pay (The FT)
  16. Senate passes torture ban despite Republican opposition (The Guardian)
  17. Bar backs off from legal aid action (Law Society Gazette)
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