Category - News & Features
Tindall Gask Bentley congratulates five of its lawyers, two promoted to the position of Senior Associate and three to Associate, effective 1 July 2023.
These five exceptional lawyers have been promoted across multiple offices spanning South Australia and Western Australia and practice areas encompassing family law, wills and...
TGB Lawyers is excited to announce that it has opened its newest office in Brisbane led by long-term TGB Partner, Renee Sapelli. Renee has worked as a lawyer for 19 years, initially in Queensland and then in Western Australia. She recently made the decision to return to her home state of Queensland, and the foundation for our...
In his opinion piece for InDaily, Morry Bailes discusses rules for drone use, the law and the implications on privacy.
On Friday 25 August, a team of eight brave individuals from TGB Lawyers will be quite literally taking the plunge all in the name of charity.
The Adelaide City Plunge is an annual charity fundraising event that involves teams of people abseiling 70 metres from the top of the InterContinental Hotel in the heart of Adelaide...
We understand that engaging a lawyer can be daunting but is sometimes unavoidable. When you do need to seek legal advice, the last thing you want is a nasty surprise when it comes to the fees. However, there is the real potential for legal costs to escalate if a matter is not managed properly.
Here are our top 10 tips to help...
In his opinion piece for InDaily, Morry Bailes talks about legal billing reform.
Making a case for legal billing reform
The way lawyers charge clients hasn’t changed much in decades, is complex and AI has now entered the mix. Morry Bailes takes some time to explore the hourly rate.
In spite of occasional public discussion...
The federal government’s method of changing superannuation rules invites examination of how politicians can break a contract with the public with no legal ramifications, writes TGB Lawyers’ Senior Lawyer and Business Advisor, Morry Bailes in this Opinion piece for InDaily.
Nothing super about broken promises
We would like to introduce you to Scarlett Grose, a Lawyer in Tindall Gask Bentley (TGB)’s Family Law and Wills & Estates teams.
We first met Scarlett in 2019 when she completed her practical placement with us during her legal studies. In 2022, after a few years’ experience working as a lawyer across a wide range...
Joel completed his legal studies in 2019, before being admitted to practice in 2020. Joel started working for us as a Conveyancing Clerk in February 2020, before he was admitted in December 2020 and commenced his career as a lawyer with us in our Adelaide office.
After an initial foray into conveyancing and property law, Joel...