Morning Briefing 3/7/2014

Morning Briefing 3/7/2014

Good morning. It’s been a quiet day so far with not a lot of big news. One interesting tidbit coming out of the U.S. is that investment bank Goldman Sachs is suing Google to try and retrieve an email accidentally sent to a Gmail user. There doesn’t seem to be a lot of legal basis for their claim so it will be interesting to see whether the court agrees. We’re half way through training contract application season now, tweet us @TSL_Tweets to let us know how you’re getting on.

  1. ISPs take legal action against GCHQ (via BBC News)
  2. Women duped by Met undercover officers win high court ruling (via The Guardian)
  3. Orange Decides Not to Pursue Deal in French Mobile Market (via NYT DealBook)
  4. Goldman Sachs is suing Google to un-send an accidental email (via The Verge)
  5. China to try GSK couple ‘in secret’ (via The FT – requires free registration)
  6. Prison law legal aid appeal granted (via Law Society Gazette)
  7. Japan plans to ease sanctions on North Korea after talks (via CNN)
  8. Student satisfaction ‘is on the rise’, survey shows (via BBC News)
  9. Terminally ill people should have choice to end their lives, BMJ argues (via The Guardian)

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