Friday, 17 May 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of the week's top news stories.

1. Who loses out in the US-China trade war? [via BBC News]
2. Vodafone cuts payout to shareholders [via BBC News]
3. Supporting Solicitors: campaign challenges mental health stigma [via The Law Society Gazette]
4. Uber shares drop further as markets slide [via BBC News]
5. Clifford Chance GDL maintenance grant raised to £10,000
6. Bullying and sexual harassment rife among lawyers, global survey finds [via The Guardian] 
7. Releasing suspects under investigation is having ‘terrible consequences’ [via The Law Society Gazette]
8. Assange now faces two extradition requests. What happens next? [via The Guardian]
9. Metro Bank’s attempts to carry on as normal are getting ridiculous [via The Guardian]
10. Reed Smith opens office in Dallas
11. ‘Make sense’ – Clyde & Co becomes latest English firm to launch in Dublin 

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