As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic the legal profession found itself in a position where it needed to change its systems and embrace technology to continue to operate effectively.
Courts and Tribunals across the State each introduced new processes to support the transition to a virtual court room. This meant lawyers were...
Coronavirus restrictions will successfully challenge entrenched views and traditions in firms and will make for a better profession, according to TGB partner and Law Society of South Australia President Tim White, when he spoke to Lawyers Weekly.
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COVID-19 is causing the legal profession, alongside countless other business sectors, to deliver services in markedly alternative ways.
These forced changes to business structures and systems are highly likely to continue well past the end of this pandemic. It is a well-known quote that “you learn more from your mistakes...
In a world of digital connectivity, coronavirus is wreaking havoc on businesses reliant on person-to-person contact. When the pandemic passes, laws and practices must change to reflect the new reality, writes TGB managing partner Morry Bailes in his latest column for InDaily.
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It goes without saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has presented challenges for us all in every aspect of our lives.
There is no doubt that this uncertain time will be particularly stressful for separated parents and blended families trying to work through the difficulties our community is facing at the moment.
The Family Law...
Life can take unexpected turns as the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is reminding us. This challenging, unusual time has forced many of us to adapt our everyday routines, including work habits, to enable us to self isolate and contain the spread of the virus as much as possible.
It has also caused many people to stop, think...
To our valued clients,
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...