Day: February 14, 2017

New Journals in the Library – January 2017 #1

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

The Advocate
Volume 75, Part 1

  • Reconciliation – A Lawyering Imperative / Karey Brooks
  • Three Good Reasons Why UNDRIP Can’t Be Law – And One Good Reason Why It Can / Gib van Ert
  • Reforming Arbitration Appeals: The New ULCC Uniform Arbitration Act / William G. Horton
  • The First Bite is No Longer Free: new Legislation Proposes Changes to a Dog Owner’s Liability / Amanda James
  • Let the Sky Fall: Lawyers in the History of British Columbia Mountaineering – Part I – The Mountains / David Crerar, Anders Ourom, and Harry Crerar

 

Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 36, Number 1 (December 2016)

  • Children Resisting Contact: What’s a Lawyer to Do? / Nicholas Bala and Patricia Hebert
  • Spousal Pension Benefits: When Death does not Them do Part / Rita M. Richardson
  • Valuation of Professional Practices / Steve Ranot
  • Proxy-mate: Revitalizing the Spousal Support Regime for Non-conjugal Adult Personal Relationships and the Case of Caregiving / Katherine-Spensieri

 

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 64, Number 4 (2016)

  • The Next Phase of Life Insurance Policyholder Taxation Is Nigh / Kevin Wark and Michael O’Connor
  • The Tax Compliance Costs of Large Corporations: An Empirical Inquiry and Comparative Analysis / Chris Evans, Philip Lignier, and Binh Tran-Nam
  • Finances of the Nation: Inside the Black Box: Marginal Effective Tax Rates on Capital in Canada – A Primer
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Kruger Incorporated v. Canada; (TCC) Gerbro Holdings Company v. The Queen
  • International Tax Planning: Is the Back-to-Back Withholding Tax Regime an Effective Anti-Treaty-Shopping Measure?
  • Personal Tax Planning / Planification fiscal personnelle: Investing in Residential Real Estate / Investir dans le secteur immobilier résidentiel
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Legal Ownership Versus Economic Substance: OECD Perspectives and Practical
  • Selected US Tax Development: Onerous US Reporting Requirements for US Members of Non-US Family-Controlled Entities: It’s All in the Family

 

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 39, Number 2 (Fall 2016)

  • Imagining Global Health with Justice / Lawrence O. Gostin
  • A Goal-Oriented Understanding of the Right to Health Care and its implications for Future Health Rights Litigation / Michael Da Silva
  • Modernizing the Canada Health Act / Colleen M. Flood and Bryan Thomas
  • And Miles to Go Before I Sleep: The Future of End-of-Life Law and Policy in Canada / Jocelyn Downie
  • Informing the Future of End-of-Life Care in Canada: Lessons from the Quebec Legislative Experience / Michelle Giroux
  • Cross-Cultural Dynamics in palliative Care: The Emerging Canadian Scenario / Chidi Oguamanam
  • A Consumer Protection Perspective on Regulation for Healthier Eating / Barbara von Tigerstrom
  • Aboriginal Consultation in Canadian Water Negotiations: The Mackenzie Bilateral Water Management Agreements / Andrea Beck
  • DNA, Donor Offspring and Derivative Citizenship: Redefining Parentage Under the Citizenship Act / Stefanie Carsley
  • Out of the Black Hole: Toward a Fresh Approach to Tort Causation / Allan C. Hutchinson
  • The Doctrine of Lost Modern Grant and Prescriptive Easements in Newfoundland / Greg French