Monday morning round-up

The top legal affairs news stories from the weekend

Ex-Cabinet minister Dominic Grieve threatens to oust Theresa May and form a Remainer ‘national unity’ government to push through fresh Brexit referendum [Mail Online]

Government to face legal challenge over refusal to hold Mueller-style inquiry into Brexit referendum [The Independent]

Theresa May is looking for “legal solution” to end the witch hunt of Troubles veterans [The Sun]

US Supreme Court Opens New Term Without Ninth Justice in Place [Wall Street Journal]

Waiters to be paid all tips under new law, Theresa May says [BBC News]

Google may take emergency legal measures to protect its Android mobile business as it appeals against its record EU fine in the coming days [The Telegraph]

The latest comments from across Legal Cheek

Labour hits back in Kezia Dugdale legal fees row [The Scotsman]

Lil Pump cancels his upcoming tour following legal issues [NME]

Here’s what legal experts are saying about the SEC’s settlement with Elon Musk [Business Insider]

“The sea is ours”: landlocked Bolivia hopes international court will reopen path to Pacific [The Guardian]

Does the law hear women? [CNN]

“I self identify as a trillionaire and demand to be treated accordingly.” [Legal Cheek Comments]

Event: InsurTech, the law and new opportunities for future lawyers — with RPC [Legal Cheek]

The post Monday morning round-up appeared first on Legal Cheek.

Pop in for a coffee and a chat

Whitestone Solicitors offices... in some cases we can come out to you.

Drop us a message