New Journal Issues – June 2019

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By Sara Stanley, Library Technician

Dalhousie Law Journal

Volume 41, Number 2 (Fall 2018)

A “Reasonable” of Sexual Privacy in the Digital Age / Moira Aikenhead

Canada’s Residential Schools and the Right to Integrity / Amy Anderson, Dallas K. Miller, and Dwight Newman

Genderfucking Non-Disclosure: Sexual Fraud, Transgender Bodies, and Messy Identities / Florence Ashley

From Law to Legal Studies and Beyond: 50 Years of Law and Legal Studies at Carleton University / Vincent Kazmierski and Darren Pacione

The Constitutionality of Classification: Indigenous Overrepresentation and Security Policy in Canadian Federal Penitentiaries / D’Arcy Leitch

The Impact of the Honour of the Crown on the Ethical Obligations of Government Lawyers: A Duty of Honourable Dealing / Andrew Flavelle Martin and Candice Telfer

Duets, Not Solos: The McLachlin Court’s Co-Authorship Legacy / Peter McCormick

Reassessing the Constitutional Foundation of Delegated Legislation in Canada / Lorne Neudorf

Government Lawyering: Duties and Ethical Challenges of Government Lawyers (Book Review) /Andrew Flavelle Martin

Case Comment: Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc. / Peter Quon

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal

Volume 38, Number 3 (May 2018)

Henson Trusts: A Sham in Sheep’s Clothing? A Comment on S.A. v. Metro Vancouver Corp. / Joel Nitikman

Seguin v. Pearson: Due Clarity on Undue Influence / Lionel J. Tupman and Amanda Bettencourt

Beyond Great Expectations: Spes Successionis in 21st Century Canadian Law / Calvin Hancock

Planning Considerations for Digital Assets / Ian M. Hull, Suzana Popovic-Montag, and Nick Esterbauer

The Effective of Exculpatory Clauses / Carla Figliomeni

The Effect of Marriage Breakdown on Pension Rights in Ontario / Melanie Yach and Andrea McEwan

Health Law in Canada

Volume 39, Number 4 (June 2019)

Editorial / Maria Eugenia Brunello and Trudo Lemmons

Assisted Human Reproduction Act Regulatory Proposals and Amendment and the Health and Wellbeing of Children / Juliet Guichon, Barry Stevens, and Ian Mitchell

An Opportunity: Building a Gamete Donor Registry with the Proposed AHRA Regulations / Angela Cameron and Vanessa Gruben

We Need to Know Who We Come From / Barry Stevens

An Anonymous Sperm Donor Critically Reflects on His Experiences as a Donor Within an Industry / “Cameron Sullivan”, as told to Alison Motluk

Missing Concerns and Considerations in the Law and Policy Discourse on Paid Surrogacy and Oocyte Donation / Ubaka Ogbogu

Surrogacy Law in Canada: Towards a System of Incomplete Commodification / Elizabeth Kurz

Reflections on the Commercialization of Surrogacy / Alana Cattapan

Canada’s AHRA and the Exploitation of Gendered Altruism / Vida Panitch

Mind the Gaps: Regulating Assisted Reproduction in Canada / Erin Nelson

Can Parliament Get Assisted Reproduction Policy Right? / Dave Snow

Case Comment: S.H. v. D.H.: Legal Evolution of Embryos as Property and Consideration for Disposition Consents / Lisa Feldstein

To Market, To Market, To Buy IVF / Colleen M. Flood and Bryan Thomas

Plutonormativity: Illuminating Inequities in Assisted Reproduction and Genetics / Josephine Johnston

Caution Against Amending the Assisted Human Reproduction Act to permit Gene Editing in Humans / Chris Kaposy

National Insolvency Review

Volume 36, Number 3 (June 2019)

Guarantee Company of North America v. Royal Bank of Canada: The Ontario Court of Appeal Finds that Construction Lien Act Trusts Survive Bankruptcy /  Matthew Lerner and Scott Rollwagen

Protecting the Collective Insolvency Process: Alberta’s Court of Appeal Upholds the Super-Priority for Receiver’s Fees and Borrowings in Edmonton (City) v. Alvarez & Marsal Canada Inc, 2019 ABCA 109 / Robyn Gurofsky, Jack R. Maslen, and Myles Fish

National Creditor Debtor Review

Volume 34, Number 2 (June 2019)

Parliament Proposes Important Amendments to the BIA and CCAA on Good Faith Requirements, Corporate Disclosure, and Transparency Requirements in Insolvency Contexts / Ari Y. Sorek

When Bankruptcy and Construction Law Meet: Lifting a Stay in the Context of a Breach of Trust Action / Max Gennis and Philip H. Gennis

Commercial Insolvency Reporter

Volume 31, Number 5 (June 2019)

(Not) So Long, Astoria: Only 10 Days to Appeal Orders in Receivership Proceedings / Trevor Courtis

BIA and CCAA Amendments: 2019 Federal Budget Proposes to Legislate on Good Faith Requirements, Directors’ Duties and Corporate Disclosure Obligations / Ari Sorek

 

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