Day: September 4, 2018

New Journals Issues – June 2018

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By Sara Stanley

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal

Volume 37, Number 3

  • Ward v. Roberts: A Novel Interpretation of Saunders v. Vautier / Donovan W.M. Waters
  • A Trustee’s Fiduciary Duty to Disclose the Existence of a Trust / Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien
  • Division of Family Property- Report of the Law Reform Commission of Nova Scotia / Timothy C. Matthews
  • The Case for Probate: Not Just a Tax / Arieh Abraham Bloom
  • The Administration of Firearms: Advice for the Personal Representative / Michelle Isaak and Debra Thomas

Queen’s Law Journal

Volume 43, Number 2 (Spring 2018)

  • What is Corporate Governance? Can We Measure it? Can Investment Fiduciaries Rely on it? / Bryce C. Tingle
  • Making the Mandela Rules: evidence, Expertise, and Politics in the Development of Soft Law International Prison Standards / Jennifer Peirce
  • How and Why Homeless People Are Regulated Differently / Terry Skolnik
  • When Efficiency Calls: Rethinking the Obligation to Provide Reasons for Administrative Decisions / Kendrick Lo

The Advocates’ Quarterly

Volume 48, Issue 3 (June 2018)

  • Duty of Care for Negligent Misrepresentation- and Beyond? / Lewis Klar
  • Predatory Marriages / Kimberly A. Whaley and Albert H. Oosterhoff
  • Proactive Avoidance of Mediation Dystopia: Setting Mandatory Ethical Standards for Mediators / Shannon Moldaver

Commercial Insolvency Reporter

Volume 30, Number 5 (June 2018)

  • Advice and Directions- A Court Officer’s Role in the Face of Competing Interests / Mitch Vininsky

National Creditor Debtor Review

Volume 33, Number 2 (June 2018)

  • Receivership Charges and Municipal Tax Claims: The Priority Debate Continues / Pantelis Kyriakakis
  • BC Court Orders Disclaimer of Presale Agreement in Real Estate Receivership / Matthew Nied
  • Construction Subcontractors to Gail New Protections in Insolvencies / Michael Nowina and Brendan O’Grady
  • Court Approves Litigation Funding for Insolvent Company / Michael Nowina and Brendan O’Grady

National Insolvency Review

Volume 35, Number 3 (June 2018)

  • Monitors as Oppression Complainants: Ontario Courts Weigh in / Shawn Irving and Waleed Malik
  • Too Taxing? CCAA Debtors’ Post-Filing Municipal Tax Obligations Suspended / Jeremy Opolsky and Melody Burke

Banking & Finance Law Review

Volume 33, Number 2 (May 2018)

  • On the Scope and Limits of the Application of National Law by the European Central Bank within the Single Supervisory Mechanism / Florin Coman-Kund and Fabian Amtenbrink
  • Cryptocurrency and Blockchain: How to Regulate Something We Do Not Understand / Oleg Stratiev
  • The Difficult Position: PIPEDA, PC(ML)TFA, and the Challenges of Dual Compliance / Molly Reynolds, Aria Laskin, and Amir Efekharpour
  • Interjurisdictional Immunity, Federal Paramouncy, Co-operative Federalism, and the Disinterested Regulator: Exploring the Elements of Canadian Energy Federalism in the Grant Thornton Case / Fenner L. Stewart
  • Future Crypto-Concerns for Canadian Securities Regulators / Thomas Witteveen
  • Interest Disclosure under Section 4 of the Interest Act: The Ghost is Clanking Its Chains Again / Michael Disney, Carol D. Pennycook and Derek R.G. Vesey
  • Deloitte & Touche v. Livent Inc. (Receiver of): The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Duty of Care but Reduces Auditor’s Damages in Livent Decision / Andrea Laing and Adam Nickerson
  • Bank Resolution: The European Regime (Book Review) / Ligia Catherine Arias-Barrera
  • Principles of Financial Regulation (Book Review) / Janet Austin
  • Personal Insolvency Law in the 21st Century: A Comparative Analysis of the US and Europe (Book Review) / Anna Lund