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ABC Radio: Should our government sue the big tobacco companies?

Health experts are urging Australian governments to sue tobacco companies for the billions of dollars spent on treating smoking-related illnesses. Such a move would follow the lead of nation’s like Canada, whose government has launched successful lawsuits against tobacco giants to recover healthcare costs. It would be...

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InDaily: Time to think of the children in surrogacy cases

Australia’s surrogacy laws don’t offer enough protection to the children so wanted by their parents. It is time to put these children first and overhaul our nation’s surrogacy laws, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily, South Australia’s largest independent news provider. Read...

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Radio 5AA: Why the Family Court is creaking under its workload

Australia’s Family Law Court is drowning under its workload. Such is the backlog that, in South Australia, our single Family Court judge and five of the six Federal Circuit Court judges are now listing trials for 2019 But why is it like this and what can people who are contemplating separation do to avoid this stress?...

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Time to ease the impact of divorce: TGB welcomes Family Law Act review

Tindall Gask Bentley Lawyers welcomes the review of Australia’s family law system in the hope it will ease the pressure on families going through separation. The review, announced this morning by federal Attorney-General George Brandis, promises to focus on how the Family Law Act can better serve the changing needs and diversity...

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Today Tonight: $525m Johnson & Johnson payout sparks talcum powder cancer fears

Famous household brand Johnson & Johnson has been ordered to pay an astonishing A$525 million to a US woman who claimed she developed terminal ovarian cancer after using the company’s talcum-powder-based products. The case is one of thousands of lawsuits brought across the US alleging the company failed to warn consumers...

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