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A national facial recognition scheme could be misused for social surveillance and cracking down on traffic infringements unless tightly controlled, warns Law Council of Australia President and TGB managing partner Morry Bailes.
He discussed the issue and what is at stake with the ABC’s Sonya Feldhoff.
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Money is a common battleground in separation, but it’s not always a fair fight.
Do you know everything about the shared finances between you and your former partner?
Were you in charge of the banking? Or did you blindly trust your ex to pay the bills and make the investments?
Do you know where all the money is and where...
It’s fair to say that in his 20 years helping injured Defence men and women, TGB partner Tim White has fought some tough legal battles and helped many veterans get the compensation they deserve.
Tim sat down with The Last Post magazine editor Greg Ross for a chat about his career, what drives his passion for representing...
The consequences of being caught driving under the influence can be serious, threatening your reputation, relationships and ability to earn.
In this episode of the Law & Life, TGB partner Mal Byrne and associate Luke Officer discuss the process, consequences and your rights and protections if you are caught driving under...
We go there to get better, but fresh evidence suggests patients suffer complications in hospital more commonly than widely assumed.
The think tank, the Grattan Institute, has found people who stay in hospital overnight have a one in four risk of some kind of a complication.
TGB partner Mal Byrne, an experienced medical negligence...
In 2013 South Australia’s Compulsory Third Party insurance scheme for motorists was overhauled, but for those injured in accidents the changes mean tougher times ahead.
The threshold to compensation is now much higher than before and injured motorists have to fight harder for a fair sum to help them cope in their recovery.
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...
Are you an injured Defence veteran?The new Reparations scheme is due to launch in early 2018. Register your details here and we’ll keep you updated.
There are currently more than 300,000 injury claims with the Department of Veterans’ Affairs right now.
This means thousands of current and former Defence men and women...
Insurance. We all need it, but do you have enough of it and is it for the right things? Are you insured if you have an accident? Could you stay on top of all your bills?
In this episode of the Law & Life podcast we welcome WealthLogic’s Troy Gallusch to talk about income protection and total permanent disability insurance...
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?...