DBH supports Aboriginal Law Studies Program

Friday, October 6, 2017

DBH is proud to continue to support the Aboriginal Law Studies Program in 2017, organised for students studying Legal Services. Last week, DBH Family Law Solicitor Madeleine Betro and DBH Personal Injury Solicitor Alyse Walter,… read more

Lucy Paveley hit-and-run

Friday, August 25, 2017

Following the aftermath of last Sunday’s fatal Parafield car crash that killed 40-year-old Mawson Lakes woman Lucy Paveley, five youths were arrested over the weekend. The youths appeared in the Youth Court in Adelaide charged… read more

Light sentencing for dangerous driving

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Are we happy with the sentences that our courts hand out to hoon drivers?  A 16 year old convicted of dangerous driving which killed Adelaide mum, Nicole Tucker will be free next April. He could… read more

Cyber Bullying

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

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

Human error led to embryo loss

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

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

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