Cyber Bullying

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Patrick Boylen
Managing Partner

Sending tweets may seem harmless enough but it can quite easily turn into a form of online bullying. In the US, a reporter who suffers epilepsy was sent a tweet that contained a strobe effect,… read more

Surrogacy app a legal mine field

Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Melissa Shorter
Senior Associate

It’s hard to believe but there’s a new app called; ”Just-A-Baby” that aims to help potential parents get together if they want to have children.  This app might seem okay in theory but what are… read more

Street Art Explodes onto DBH Adelaide Building

Monday, March 6, 2017

World renowned artist James Cochran, also known as Jimmy C, is this years’ official ambassador for a unique large-scale collaboration of artwork in this years’ Adelaide Fringe and he couldn’t wait to get his paint… read more

The importance of safeguarding your Will

Friday, February 10, 2017

Julie Height
Senior Associate

One of Australia’s oldest and wealthiest families has become involved in a bitter legal battle over a Will and estate that could be worth more than a billion dollars. While none of us have that… read more

Australia Day parking fine confusion

Monday, January 30, 2017

Patrick Boylen
Managing Partner

When is a parking meter not a parking meter? That’s the question motorists who parked near Adelaide Oval on Australia Day have been asking after receiving fines despite meters that declare free parking on public… read more

Human error led to embryo loss

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Patrick Boylen
Managing Partner

2017 has got off to a very busy start at DBH as we continue to be the law firm of choice for South Australians. DBH Managing Partner, Patrick Boylen spoke to Channel 9 News yesterday… read more

The consequences of office Christmas parties

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Patrick Boylen
Managing Partner

As we begin to enter the Christmas season, many workplaces are getting ready for their annual Christmas parties. For many people Christmas parties are opportunities to relax and socialise.  But what if something goes wrong… read more