Friday, 10 May 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of the week's top news stories.

1. Solicitors face being prevented from correcting own mistakes [via Law Society Gazette]
2. Lawyers split on digital disclosure measures [via Law Society Gazette]
3. George Clooney vows to keep up pressure on Brunei over gay-sex death penalty [via The Guardian]
4. KPMG fined £5m over Co-operative Bank audit [via BBC News] 
5. World markets tumble amid US-China trade tensions [via BBC News]
6. Six figures in year one; Freshfields ups NQ pay [via Law Society Gazette]
7. Squire Patton Boggs NQ pay upped to £73,000
8. New law graduate career programme launched by Ashurst
9. Addleshaws launches first European base in Hamburg with five-partner BCLP hire
10. Binance exchange hackers steal bitcoins worth $41m [via BBC News] 

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