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Morning Headlines 19/6/2015

Morning Headlines 19/6/2015

Good morning. Here’s the news roundup.

  1. Shearman & Sterling hits 100 per cent retention (The Lawyer)
  2. Greece crisis: Emergency summit called for Monday (BBC News)
  3. Pregnant Woman Attack: Ex-Boyfriend In Court (Sky News)
  4. Defendants should be allowed to waive their right to trial by jury (The Guardian)
  5. State secrets of millionaire’s murder may be revealed in human rights court (The Independent)
  6. Fake Online Reviews Probed by U.K. Competition Regulator (Bloomberg)
  7. Aim is more miss than hit for investors as it marks 20th anniversary (The FT)
  8. Britain Is Best Staying In EU, Says Norway (Sky News)
  9. Top criminal chambers breaks ranks over legal aid action (Law Society Gazette)
  10. Andy Coulson could face £750,000 legal bill for phone hacking trial (The Guardian)
  11. Covington and Latham act on $2.1bn biopharmaceutical deal (Legal Week)
  12. Man Dressed In Burka Arrested Over Bomb Scare (Sky News)
  13. Obama’s controversial ‘fast track’ trade plan approved by lawmakers (BBC News)
  14. Murderer’s rape confession means the wrong man has been behind bars for twelve years (The Independent)
  15. Lord Chief Justice worried about paucity of new QCs from outside London (Legal Futures)
  16. Police ‘Cover Up’ Plot To Kidnap British Kids (Sky News)
  17. Californian company behind fatal balcony collapse sued over other project (The Guardian)
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