Friday, 14 June 2019

Friday Rundown

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Friday Rundown

The rundown of this week's top news stories.

1. UK economy hit by ‘dramatic’ fall in car output [via BBC News]

2. Kenneth Noye’s £100,000 in legal aid ‘disgusting and outrageous’ says victim’s father [via The Telegraph]

3. NDAs routinely used to cover up mistreatment at work, MPs say [via The Guardian]

4. CC follows Freshfields with £100k package for junior lawyers as pay war with US rivals intensifies

5. Deal watch: City teams fly on £4.6bn Rolls-Royce pension deals as Kirkland and Goodwin take multi-billion dollar mandates

6. UK wage growth faster than expected [via BBC News]

7. Law Society joins international protest over Hong Kong extradition law [via Law Society Gazette]

8. Brexit: South Korea trade deal safeguards magic circle [via Law Society Gazette]

9. Phillip Green: Topshop empire ‘didn’t come close to collapse’ [via BBC News]

10. PwC fined £6.5m over ‘lack of competence’ in audit [via BBC News]

11. Top firms commit to improve social diversity with recruitment tool [via Law Society Gazette]

12. Skadden announces £133,000 pay packet for NQs

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