Commercial Awareness Roundup 28/4/14

Commercial Awareness Roundup 28/4/14
  1. Delayed flights may cost airlines billions after test case rulings (via The Guardian)
  2. Big-spending criminal bar ‘ruining itself’, warns silk (via Law Society Gazette)
  3. Vulnerable witnesses allowed to give evidence pre-trial (via BBC News)
  4. New York Goes to War Against Airbnb for Disrupting Hotel Business (via Mashable)
  5. High street lawyers to get formal training in Islamic Sharia law (via The Telegraph)
  6. Prosecutors’ work in London magistrates courts is poor – watchdog (via The Guardian)
  7. Mr Manchester United: Bulgarian man wins 15-year legal battle to change his name (via The Mirror)
  8. View from the streets: New Nordic sex laws are making prostitutes feel less safe (via The Independent)
  9. Egypt: 683 Given Death Sentence In Mass Trial (via Sky News)
  10. Counterfeit goods crackdown sees 2,500 websites shut down (via The Guardian)
  11. F1’s Ecclestone avoided potential £1.2bn tax bill (via BBC News)
  12. Paedophiles to be treated as terrorists under new crackdown (via The Guardian)
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