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Legal news Roundup - April 10, 2014

Compiled By Mallory Hendry

Canada

Legal experts say Canadians’ right to a fair trial would be jeopardized by Conservative legislation allowing anonymous testimony in court, Toronto Star

Wynne using 'libel chill' to intimidate, silence opposition on gas plants: Conservatives, The National Post

Parents of Ontario man who died in crash launch class action suit against GM Canada,[em] Ottawa Citizen

[/em]United States

Icahn, eBay end proxy fight, reach 'truce', Reuters

Congress focuses on engineers in GM probe, considers legislation, Reuters

International

[a href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/04/09/us-france-telecomunications-government-idUSBREA3824T20140409" target="_blank"]

French government looks to consolidate telecom sector to end 'destructive' price war, encourage investment[/a], Reuters

Foreign bribery probes settled by HP with $108 million payment, Reuters


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