Category - TGB Media and Press
Some businesses are introducing carer’s leave for dog owners. Whether new frontier or fad, it raises legal questions, writes Morry Bailes.
Hive Legal is what has become known as a ‘new law’ law firm. The firm encapsulates the practise of the law but executes it in a contemporary way. The firm recently created headlines...
Criminal Law partner Samuel Joyce departs TGB Lawyers to become a barrister
The voices and rights of children are rarely considered during the pandemic, as Australia prepares to reopen with under-12s unvaccinated, writes Morry Bailes.
In society, those who complain the loudest are heard. That is why vocal minority groups so often get their way, because their influence is gained not by numbers but by...
A ruling on the definition of ongoing casual employment held major implications for both employers and workers, writes Morry Bailes. For a moment it looked like casual employees may be able to have their cake and eat it too.
Discriminating in favour of the vaccinated and calls for compulsory jabs for workers raises questions and legal issues for employers, writes Morry Bailes.
Nations and billionaires are reaching for the stars and a legal framework is needed for the future of a crowded new frontier, argues Morry Bailes.
The last couple of months have put outer space squarely on the table of international relations.
It is not unlike the era of colonisation, when privateers and states worked together...
The power of emergency executive government has legally moved beyond elected parliament, with democracy and the law the poorer for it, writes Morry Bailes.
Democracy must not become a pandemic victim
The way out of the COVID tunnel lies in the confidence of the public to be vaccinated, but in the meantime the law has a central...
Cyclist deaths have risen by nearly 50 per cent since the introduction of road laws aimed at increasing their safety. Morry Bailes questions what’s gone wrong.
It is not just greater publicity that has contributed to the seeming rise in cycling deaths, it’s real. The statistics make for grim reading.
Tindall Gask Bentley is delighted to announce the following promotions:
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Dimitra Bouras – Senior Lawyer
Sarah Mitchell – Senior Lawyer
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