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You will have seen and read the continuing reports of the spread of the Corona virus (Covid-19).
To help slow the spread of the virus, and protect our staff, clients and visitors, many of our lawyers have commenced working remotely and appointments will be conducted over the phone, face time, Skype or...
Society expects people to behave responsibly when it comes to protecting themselves and others in the face of coronavirus. But governments have far-reaching laws and powers to call upon for the common good, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
Read the full column here.
How can a pre-existing brain tumour lead to a ‘work injury’ and have compensation paid? It seems unlikely – impossible even – however in a bizarre turn of events in a remote drilling work site in the middle of Moomba in South Australia, TGB was able to secure compensation for an affected worker faced...
TGB partner Tim White spoke with ABC Radio Adelaide’s Sonya Feldhoff following this week’s announcement of an independent commissioner into Defence veteran suicide.
Tim, who has been fighting for injured Defence veterans for more than 20 years, discussed what the announcement means for grieving families and the...
In a breakthrough for Defence people suffering significant mental illness, Prime Minister Scott Morrison today announced an independent commissioner will be appointed to investigate veteran suicide.
Currently, the suicide rate for ex-servicemen is 18 per cent higher than the broader population and ex-servicewomen are twice...
For separated families who are disputing care arrangements for their children the preparation of a Family Assessment Report by a child psychologist or case worker is often a crucial part of achieving a resolution. A Family Assessment Report, however, should not be considered to predetermine the outcome of the dispute.
As a family lawyer, my interest was spiked when Netflix dropped the 2019 divorce drama, Marriage Story, directed by Noah Baumbach and starring Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson. I recently watched the film, which follows the American couple Charlie, a New York City director, and Nicole, an actress from Los Angeles, through...
A religious pamphlet placed in letterboxes in an Adelaide suburb has exposed what lawyers call a “grey area” between state and federal anti-discrimination legislation, prompting renewed calls for a Charter of Human Rights.
TGB partner Tim White, in his role as Law Society of SA president, spoke to InDaily.
A medicinal cannabis oil user has had charges of drug driving dismissed in a court decision that found the MS sufferer was not affected by the drug despite a positive test.
TGB partner Tim White, in his capacity as Law Society of SA president, spoke to The Advertiser about the landmark decision.
Read the full story here.