Category - TGB Media and Press
Speaking up about free speech
The defence of free speech should not be quiet, respectful and conditional, but shouted from rooftops, argues Morry Bailes.
So is the University of Adelaide committed to free speech, or is its the latest university to dictate its version of how it would like free speech to be tailored?
Lawyers concerned Comcare’s tactics are hurting injured claimants
If a claimant refuses to see a doctor nominated by Comcare, the claimant’s compensation can be suspended and they must go to court to argue their case.(ABC News: Emma Machan)
Australian Lawyers Alliance spokesman Tim White, who has represented Commonwealth...
While Christmas is meant to be a time for celebration, family lawyers will also tell you that it is also when family disputes and breakdowns tend to increase. When separated couples cannot resolve their differences, usually over children and the division of assets, they often turn to the court system.
About two people die every week in motor vehicle accidents on South Australian roads, with hundreds more significantly injured.
Our compensation scheme for those injured in car accidents is a fault-based one, meaning you can only claim compensations for injuries if the accident was the other driver’s fault.
Ignore the uninformed commentary about South Australia’s lockdown and who’s responsible – Morry Bailes explains the legislative framework that allowed South Australian authorities to effectively detain most of the state.
Who’s really responsible? The legal framework for lockdown
President of the Law Society of South Australia Tim White said that in most situations, most people are better off accepting the expiation notice, paying a fine and getting on with their lives.
“The sensible approach is to approach it with caution,” Mr White said.
“Unfortunately, when you challenge an expiation...