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The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 65, Numbers 1 & 2 (December 2017)

  • Ontario’s Bill 175 on Policing: Improved Accountability but Lagging Governance
  • If your Body Talks, will the Courts Listen? A Comment on R. v. Rhayel / Helene Love
  • Standards of Suspicion / Steven Penney
  • Removing Fault from the law of Causation / Jeremy Butt
  • Reforming Saskatchewan’s Biased Sentencing Regime / James T.D. Scott
  • We Should Probably Take a Look at That: The Process of Taking a View in Criminal Proceedings / peter Sankoff
  • The Nexus Disconnected: The Demise of the Military Nexus Doctrine / Major (Ret) Thomas E.K. Fitzgerald
  • The Hidden Harms of Arbitrary Detentions of the Psychology of the Detainee and the Reputation of the Administration of Justice / Nick Kaschuk
  • The Criminal Code’s Procurement Crimes: Underused Tools in Canada’s Anti-Corruption Effort / Graham Steele
  • Facial Attacks on Telewarrants: When Police Fail to Define “Impracticable” / Hafeez S. Amarshi
  • Borowiec: Exploring Infanticide, “a particularly dark corner” and Providing Another Reminder of the Need for Reforming Homicide Sentencing / H. Arhcibal Kaiser

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 37, Number 1 (December 2017)

  • RESPs and the Deceased Subscriber / Lorraine Allard and Bernadette Dietrich
  • The Modernization of Trustee Law in Atlantic Canada / Sarah Dykema
  • Foreign Guardians of Property and the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act / Matthew Furrow
  • Multiple Wills in British Columbia / Geoffrey W. White
  • Multiple Wills in Alberta / Nancy Golding
  • Multiple Wills in Saskatchewan / Karen Crellin
  • Multiple Wills in Manitoba / K. Eleanor Wiebe
  • The Use of Multiple Wills as an Estate Planning Technique in Atlantic Canada / Timothy C. Matthews and Gerald S. McMackin
  • Informal Fiduciary Accounting: Who, What, When, Where and Why / Susannah B. Roth
  • Quebec: “La Fente” or Legal Devolution to Relatives of the Half-Blood / Marilyn Piccini Roy
  • Ontario and the Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts and on their Recognition / K. Thomas Grozinger
  • Who Claim is it Anyway: Who is Entitled to Assert and Settle a Claim with Respect to a Pension Benefits Act Deemed Trust? / Andrea Boctor

McGill Law Journal
Volume 62, Number 4 (Jun. 2017)

  • Conditions géographiques de mise en liberté et de probation imposées aux manifesttants : une atteinte injustifiée aux droits à la liberté d’expression, de réunion pacifique et d’association / Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Francis Villeneuve Ménard, Véronique Fortin, Céline Bellot et Micholas Blomley
  • Undertanding Fiduciary Duties and relationship Fiduciarity / Leonard I. Rotman
  • Le contract de prestations logistiques / Kamelia Kolli et Stéphane Rousseau
  • Le marchand de Venise : le pari et la dette, le jeu et la loi / Fançois Ost
  • Les luttes de clocher en droit comparé / Giorgio Resta
  • The Next Dada Utopian Visionin gPease Orchestra: Constitutional Theory and the Aspirational / Mari Matsuda
  • Follow the Drinking Gourd: Our Road to Teaching Critical Race Theory and Slavery and the Law, Contemplatively, at McGill / Addelle Blackett

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 43, Number 1 (Fall 2017)

  • Justice for (W)all: Judicial Review and Religion / Patrick Hart
  • R v Bingley and the Importance of Scientifically Guides Legal Analysis / Jason M Chin & Helena Ledgerwood
  • Change in Paradigm or change in Paradox? Gladue Report Practices and Access to Justice / Alexandra Hebert
  • Translating the Conflict over Trinity Western University’s Proposed Law School / Blair Major
  • Mark Walters, Book Review of Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism by John Borrows (2017) Queen’s LJ 217.

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Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 60, Number 1 (December 2017)

  • Choosing Between Prices and Sanctions to Combat Corruption: Canada’s Foreign Bribery Laws / Mariana Mota Prado and Lewis Fainer
  • Voluntary Corporate Governance, Proportionate Regulation and Small Firms: Evidence form Venture Issuers / Anita Anand, Wayne Charles and Lynnette Purda
  • Bill C-29: Mission Impossible? / Bradley Crawford
  • The New Neighbour Principles: Reasonable Expectations, Relationality, and Good Faith in Pre-Contractual Negotiations / Nicholas Reynolds
  • Rescuing the Cnaadian Unconscionability Doctrine? Reflections on the Court’s “Applicable Principles” in Downer v. Pitcher / Rick Bigwood

Canadian Family law Quarterly
Volume 37, Number 1 (December)

  • Canada’s Mother-Child Program and Incarcerated Aboriginal Mothers: How and Why the Program is Inaccessible to Aboriginal Female Offenders / Kayliah Miller
  • Provocation to Collaboration: An Examination of Affidavits in Custody and Access Matters and Alternative Models / Meaghan O. Storey
  • Parenting Capacity Assessment as a Colonial Strategy / Peter Choate and Gabrielle Lindstrom

Canadian Journal of Family Law
Volume 30, Number 2 (2017)

  • Is It Time to Tell? Abolishing Donor Anonymity in Canada / Fiona Kelly
  • Beyond Beyond Conjugality / Brenda Cossman and Bruce Ryder
  • Townshend v. Townshend & Buttar v. Buttar: Gifts, Exclusions, and Intentions / Jonathan Robinson
  • Frances E. Chapman, Book Review of A Parent-Partner Status for American Family Law by Merle H. Weiner, (2017) Can J Fam L 293
  • Régime Tremblay, Book Review of L’essentiel du droit de la famille dans les provinces et territoires de common law au Canada by Nicole Laviolette and Julie Audet, (2017) Can J Fam L 313

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 4 (2017)

  • The Role of Contract Interpretation in Transfer-Pricing Law: Lessions form Canada / Amir Pichhadze
  • American Professions in Canada / Kevyn Nightingale
  • The Tax Gap from the Perspective of Tax Practitioners / Shawn Porter and Larry Chapman
  • Finances of the Nation: Tax Subsidies for R & D in Canada, 1981-2016 / Daria Crisan and Kenneth J. McKenzie
  • Current Cases: (TCC) 1245989 Alberta Ltd. V. The Queen; (TCC) Fiducie Financière Satoma c. La Reine / Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton
  • International Tax Planning: Paid-Up Capital of Shares Held by a Functional-Currency Reporter: How Do We Resolve the Conflicts? / Ken Butenham and Ian Bradley
  • Personal Tax Planning / Planification fiscale personnelle: Voluntary Disclosure – Do It Before You Die / Divulgation volontaire – Mieux vaut the faire avant de mourir / Gabriel Baron and Maureen De Lisser
  • Selected US Tax Development: Impact of US Tax Reform on Cross-Border M & A / Peter A. Glicklich and Gregg M. Benson
  • Current Tax Readings / robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaghton

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The Advocate
Volume 76, Number 1 (January 2018)

  • On the Front Cover: Miriam Kresivo, Q.C. / Monika Gehlen
  • Impeachment / David Roberts
  • The Role of Chief Justices in British Columbia’s Superior Courts / Connor Bildfell
  • First annual Westminster County Bar Associations’ Golf Tournaments / Richard Molstad
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • News from Justice Education Society / Nora Bergh and Kathryn McCready
  • A View from the Centre / Pat A. Williams
  • Law Notes / Derek LaCroix
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Abby Blinch
  • UVIC law Faculty News / Gillian Calder
  • TRU Law Faculty News / Bradford W. Morse
  • The Attorney General’s Page / David Eby
  • Legal Anedotes and Miscellanea / Ludmila B. Herbst

 

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 4 (December 2017)

  • Commercial Arbitration from Commencement to Hearing: Practical and Legal Considerations / Joel Richler
  • A Capacity Law Primer for the Family Law Lawyer / Lonny J. Rose and Erin Dobbelsteyn
  • Independent Legal Advice: Risks Associated with “ILA” Where Undue Influence and Capacity are Complicating Factors / Kimberly A. Whaley
  • Should Canada Adopt Some of the Proposals Listed in the February 2017 European Parliament Resolution on Civil law Rules on Robotics? / Matthew E. Castel and Jean-Gabriel Castel

 

Banking & Finance Law Review
Volume 33, Number 1 (December 2017)

  • Demystifying Shadow Banking in a Bank-centric Paradigm: A Comparative Approach / Shen Wei
  • Credit Union Social Responsibility: Their Mission-Driven Difference / Malcolm Stoffman
  • Corporate Governance in Insurance Companies: A Comparison Between Canadian and Italian legal Systems / Ciro, G. Corvese
  • Current Trends in the Canadian Credit Union Sector / Koker Christensen, Craig Bellefontaine and Tom Peters
  • Department of Finance Proposes New Oversight Framework for Retail Payments / Mena Bellofiore and Jacqueline Shinfield
  • Revisiting the Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule: A Case Comment / Christian Chamorro-Courtland
  • A Cautionary Tale: Now You See It – Now You Don’t! / Natasha De Cicco and Daniel Richer
  • Benjamin Geva, “The Digital Payment Revolution: Books on Mobile, Bitcoin, and Beyond”, Book Review of How Would You Like to Pay? How technology is Changing the Future of Money by Bill Maurer, The Law of Bitcoin by Stuart Hoegner, Tethered Money: Managing Digital Currency Transactions by Gideon Samid, (2017) BFLR 109.
  • Paul J du Plessis, Book Review of Money in the Western Legal Tradition: Middle Ages to Bretton Woods by David Fox and Wolfgrang Ernst, eds, (2017) BFLR 117.
  • Sheila Htay, Book Review of The Transformation of Islamic Law in Global Financial Markets by Jonathan Ercanbrack, (2017) BFLR 121.
  • Federico Della Negra, Book Review the Law and Regulation of Payment Services: A Comparative Study by Rhys Bollen, (2017) BFLR 127.

 

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Commonwealth Law Bulletin
Volume 43, Number 1 (March 2017)

  • Analysis of the legal and policy framework applicable to Combat Vesico Vaginal Fistula in Nigeria and systematic challenges to their implementation / Oluseyi Olayanju
  • Options of litigation funding in serving the interest of society: a critical evaluation form the viewpoint of access to justice / Sekander Zulker Nayeen
  • When arbitration clause and oppression collide / Aiman Nariman Mohd-Sulaiman and Mohsin Hingun
  • Vice and virtue of the Basic Structure Doctrine: a comparative analytic reconsideration of the Indian sub-continent’s constitutional practices / Abdul Malek
  • Cybercrime and legislation: a critical reflection on the Cybercrimes Act, 2015 of Jamaica / Corlane Barclay
  • Child, early, and forced marriages (CEFM) in the Commonwealth: the role of the judiciary / Elizabeth Nahamya
  • Francis N. Bothway, Book Review of The contested empowerment of Kenya’s judiciary, 2010-2015: a historical institutional analysis by James Thuo Gathii (2017) Commonwealth L Bull 147

 

McGill Law Journal
Volume 65, Number 3 (March 2017)
Special Issue 

  • Introduction / Laura Càrdenas
  • Accès à la justice pour protger l’environment au Québec : réflextions sur la capacité à agir des particuliers et des groupes environmentaux / Michel Bélanger et Paule Halley
  • The Continuing Relevance of Common Law Property Rights and Remedies in Addressing Environmental Challenges / David Grinlinton
  • L’environment à l’épreuve du droit des biens / Gaël Gidrol-Mistral
  • Les services écologiques ou le renouveau de la catégorie civiliste de fruits? / Sarah Vanuxem
  • “The Earth is Our Mother”: Freedom of Religion and the Preservation of Indigenous Sacred Sites in Canada / Natasha Bakht and Lynda Collins
  • “Legalizing” the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements: Colonial Adaptations Toward Reconciliation and Conservation / Deborah Curran

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 50, Number 4 (November 2017)

  • Property in the City: Special Edition Introduction / Douglas C. Harris & Graham Reynolds
  • High-Rise Residential Condominiums and the Transformation of Private Property Governance / Dorit Garfunkel
  • Owning and Dissolving Strata Property / Douglas C. Harris
  • Pokémorials: Placing Norms in Augmented Reality / Elizabeth F. Judge and Tenille E. Brown
  • Sharing Data in the Platform Economy: A Public Interest Argument for Access to Platform Data / Teresa Scassa

 

 

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 6 (November 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: H. William (Bill) Veenstra / Kerry L. Simmons and John Logan
  • Proving History: The Role of the Expert / John S. Tyhurst
  • The Pig War: British Columbia Loses the San Juan Islands / Glen W. Bell
  • An Alternative View of the Toronto Pig Save Trial / Jerry Simonelli
  • The Comma: Hook, Line and Thinker / Richard Olson
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • Advocate News / D. Michael Bain
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • News from Vancouver Bar association / Andrew Aguilar
  • LAP Notes / Anonymous
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Julie Sloan
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Cristie Ford
  • TRU Law Faculty News / Bradford W. Morse
  • The Attorney General’s Page / David Eby

 

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 47, Number 3 (October 2017)

  • Negligent By-law Enforcement: Let’s Uber Anns Right Out of Town / Bruce Feldthusen
  • Nonverbal Communication in Courtrooms: Scientific Assessments or Modern Trials by Ordeal? / Vincent Denault and Norah Dunbar
  • Coming Off the Bench: Self-Represented Litigants, Judges and the Adversarial Process / Jennifer Leitch
  • Allocating Risk and Preparing for a Data Breach / Shan Alavi
  • The Effect in Ontario of the New York Convention on the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards / William G. Horton
  • Proceedings Against the Federal Crown / Helene Robertson

 

Canadian Criminal Law Review
Volume 22, Number 3 (2017)

  • Dignifying the Dadson Principle: Towards a New Approach / Khalid Ghanayim and Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad
  • Sentencing Guidelines for Canada: A Re-Evaluation / Samuel Mosonyi
  • Assessing Truthfulness of the Witness Stand: Eradicating Deeply Rooted Pseudoscientific Beliefs about Credibility Assessment by Triers of Fact / , Meagan I. McCardle, Weyam Fahmy and John C. House
  • Objective Mens Rea Revisited / Terry Skolnik

 

Canadian Family Law Quarterly
Volume 36, Number 3 (October 2017)

  • Spousal Entitlement to Employee Related Benefits & RRSPs / Georgine Carson
  • Ottawa Coordinated Case Management Project for High Conflict Custody and Access Cases: Lessons Learned / Rachel Birnbaum, Michael Saini, Mark MacAulay
  • FLA Property Division Update: Interim Distributions and Excluded Property Post (V.J.) / Scott L. Booth, Kimberley J. Santerre

 

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Volume 59, Number 4 (October 2017)

  • The Relative Utilization of Criminal Sanctions in Canada: Toward a Comprehensive Description of Sentencing Outcomes / Andrew A. Reid
  • “Everybody Loves a Redemtion Story around Election Time”: Rob Ford and Media Construction of Substance Misuse and Recovery / Liam Kennedy and Jenna Valleriani
  • Une analyse des qualités psychométriques du Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI) à partir de la théorie des réponses aux items / Guy Giguère et Patrick Lussier
  • Resisting the Right: Countering Right-Wing Extremism in Canada / Ryan Scrivens and Barbara Perry
  • Take-Home Naloxone Kit Distribution: A Pilot Project Involving People Who Use Drugs and Who Are Newly Released from a Correctional Facility / Em M. Pijl, Stacey Bourque, Madison Martens, and Ashley Cherniwchan
  • From Defect to Dangerous: Has the Door Opened for Recognition of an Addiction-Based Defence in Canadian Criminal Law? / Michelle S. Lawrence

 

Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 3 (2017)

  • Life Is Change: Using Powers of Amendments in a Non-Charitable Trust – Rules and Tax Implications / Joel Nitikman
  • Editors’ Introduction – Offshore Tax Evasion / Brian Carr and Alan Macnaughton
  • Whistleblowers and the Evidentiary Challenges in Offshore Tax Evasion Cases / David W. Chodikoff
  • Examining Canadian Offshore Tax Evasion / Arthur J. Cockfield
  • Tax Evasion – Does ANyone Know What It Means? Does Anyone Really Care? / Joel Nitikman
  • Finances of the Nation: Data on Government Revenue in Canada: Sources and Trends / Kevin Milligan
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canada v. Green; (BCA) Veracity Capital Corporation v. Canada (National Revenue)
  • International Tax Planning: Evolution of the Permanent Establishment Concept
  • Personal Tax Planning: Health Insurance Strategies for Business Owners
  • Planification fiscale personnelle: Stratégies en matière d’assurance-maladie pour les propriétaires d’entreprises
  • Corporate Tax Planning: Valuation Uncertainty and the Purchase and Sale Agreement: Selected Issues

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Canadian Tax Journal
Volume 65, Number 2

  • Options To Address the Direct Tax Challenges Raised by the Digital Economy – A Critical Analysis / Dale Pinto
  • A Modern Look at the Roman Imperial “Jewish Tax” / Robert Couzin
  • Policy Forum: Editors’ Introduction – Political Activity by Charities / Brian Carr, Alan Macnaughton, and Kevin Milligan
  • Policy Forum: Using Digital Structures for Political Activities – Charities and Non-Profits in the Same Family of Organizations / Robert B. Hayhoe and Nicole K. D’Aoust
  • Policy Forum: Charities and Political Activities (A Tempest in a Teapot?) / Rose Anne Devlin
  • Policy Forum: Charities and Politics – A Dubious Mix? / Geoffrey Hale
  • Policy Forum: How and Why To Legislate the Charity-Politics Distinction Under the Income Tax Act / Adam Parachin
  • Finances of the Nation: The Taxation of Dividend Income in Canada
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canadian Forest Navigation Co. Ltd. V. Canada; (FCA) Olympia Trust Company v. Canada
  • International Tax Planning: Dexterous Derivatives: Section 871(m) and the US Dividend Equivalent Regime
  • Personal Tax Planning/Planification fiscal personnelle : Taxation of US Citizens or Residents Working for a Canadian Employer / Imposition des citoyens ou des residents américains qui travaillent pour un employeur Canadian
  • Selected US TAX Developments: Look Before You Leap: Recent FBAR Case Highlights Need to Weigh All Options Before Entering the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program

 

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 64, Numbers 3 & 4 (August 2017)

  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security
  • Reflections on Criminal Justice Reform in Canada / Martin L. Friedland
  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security in an Age of Populism / Kent Roach
  • Tell It Like It Is – An Argument for the Use of Section 15 over Section 7 to Challenge Discriminatory Criminal Legislation / Jonathan Rudin
  • The Right to a Representative Jury: Beyond Kokopenace / Vanessa MacDonnell
  • Applying the Racial Profiling Correspondence Test / David M. Tanovich
  • Renovating Independent Police Review / Kent Roach and Lorne Sossin
  • A Way to Reduce Indigenous Overrepresentation: Prevent False Guilty Plea Wrongful Convictions / Amanda Carling
  • Dealing with Forensic Indentification Evidence: A Familiar Solution / Jonathan L. Freedman
  • Reviewing Wrongful Convictions in Canada / Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond
  • Staying Left of Bang: Reforming Canada’a Approach to Anti-Terrorism Investigations / Craig Forcese
  • Class Struggles: The New CSIS Human Source Privilege / John Norris
  • Reinventing the Inspector General / Stanley A. Cohen
  • Making Sense of the Black Box: Algorithms and Accountability / Carmen Cheung
  • Mental Health Experts in Terrorism Cases: Reclaiming the Status of Rehabilitation as a Sentencing Principle / Reem Zaia

 

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 40, Number 1 (Spring 2017)

  • The Significance of the Systemic Relative Autonomy of Labour Law / Bruce P. Archibald
  • Betterment / Michael G. Pratt
  • Are All Charter Rights and Freedoms Really Non-Absolute? / Brian Bird
  • Social Membership: Animal Law beyond the Property/Personhood Impasse / Will Kymlicka
  • Of Malls and Campuses: The Regulation of University Campuses and Section 2(b) of the Charter / Sarah E. Hamill
  • v. Comeau and Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867: Freeing the Beer and Fortifying the Economic Union / Malcolm Lavoie
  • On Being a Second: Grace Wambolt, Legal Professionalism and ‘Inter-Wave’ Feminism in Nova Scotia / Elizbeth Legge
  • The Intellectually Disabled Witness and the Requirement to Promise to Tell the Truth / Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry
  • Autonomy in the Anthropocene? Libertarianism, Liberalism and the Legal Theory of Environmental Regulation / Jason MacLean
  • The Only Legitimate Rule: A Reply to MacLean’s Critique of Ecolawgic / Bruce Pardy

 

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36, Number 4 (August 2017)

  • Residence of the Trust for Canadian Income Tax Purposes / Sheila Crummey
  • Preserving “Graduated Estate Rate” Status / Paul J. Gibney and Marie-Eve Gosselin
  • Plain Language and the Danger of Legalese / John E.S. Poyser
  • Income and Payment: Key Trust Law and Income Tax Differences / Joan E. Jung

 

UBC Law Review
Volume 50, Number 3 (August 2017)

  • Federalizing the Common Law: A Case Study of the ITA Gift Concept / Kathryn Chan
  • Intellectual Property Rights in the Recreational Cannabis Market: Craft or Commodity? / Jeremy de Beer & Alyssa Gaffen
  • The Initial Test of Constitutional Validity: Identifying the Legislative Objectives of Canada’s New Prostitution Laws / Debra M. Haak
  • Failed Experiments: An Empirical Assessment of Adaptive Management in Alberta’s Energy Resources Sector / Martin Z.P. Olszynski
  • Striking the Right Balance: Rethinking the Contest Between Freedom of Religion and Equality in Trinity Western University v The Law Society of British Columbia / Robin Elliot & Michal Elliot

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The Advocate
Volume 75, Number 5 (September 2017)

  • On the Front Cover: The Honourable Justice Janet Winteringham / Andi MacKay
  • Remembering, Forgetting, Reinvention and Freedom: Social Media and Children’s Right to Be Forgotten / Yun Li-Reilly
  • The Caffeine Conspiracy / Israel Chafetz
  • Hong Yen Chang: Bar Admission 125 Years Late / Ludmila B. Herbst
  • Lawyers on the Run: The Role of Running in the lives of B.C. Lawyers and Judges / Connor Bildfell
  • Normative Ethics and the Changing Face of Legal Technology: Of How to Stay Relevant in a Transformed Profession / Shea Coulson
  • The Wine Column / Michael Welsh
  • News from BC Law Institute / Lisa A. Peters
  • News from CLEBC Society / Ellen Zheng
  • A View from the Centre / Elaine T. McCormack
  • LAP Notes / Bena Stock
  • Peter A. Allard School of Law Faculty News / Abby Blinch
  • UVIC Law Faculty News / Patricia Cochran
  • Legal Anecdotes and Miscellanea / Ludmila B. Herbst and Erica C. Miller

 

Banking & Finance Law Review
Volume 32, Number 3

  • Corporation of Nigeria and the Troubled Asset Relief Program of the United States / Chinenyeze J. Amaechi, Ozioma Mary Amaechi and Folashade Adeyemo
  • Misconduct Costs of Banks – The Meaning Behind the Figures / Ruth Plato-Shinar and Keren Borenstein-Nativ
  • The Qatari Financial Sector: Building Bridges Between Domestic and International / Andrew M. Dahdal, Gordon R. Walker, and Douglas W. Arner
  • The Future of Employees’ Say on Pay: Will Works Councils Continue to Shape Wage and Executive Pay Decisions in Germany? / Albertp R. Salazar V.
  • Banking Fraud: The Power of Well-Drafted Account Opening Documents in the Age of Email . Mark Evans, Chloe Snider and Joseph Pignatelli
  • Yaiguaje v. Chevron Cor. / Dennis Giibs, Michael Fortier, Tyson Dyck, Henry Ren and Hilary Brown
  • David Gibbs, Book Review of The Handbook of Board Governance: A Comprehensive Guide for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Board Members by Richard LeBlanc (2017) BFLR 573.
  • Hossein Nabilou, Book Review of Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation by Ross P. Buckley, Emilios Avgouleas & Douglas W. Arner (2017) BFLR 579.
  • Thomas H. Stanton, Book Review of Regulating (From) the Inside: The Legal Framework for Internal Control in Banks and Financial Institutions by Iris H-Y Chiu (2017) BFLR 603.

 

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 59, Number 3

  • The Phenomenon of Crowd Equity Funding: An Opportunity to Promote Financial Literacy / Marina Nehme
  • What do we Really Know About Corporate Governance? A Review of the Empirical Research Since 2000 / Bryce C. Tingle
  • PrePlan Sales Under Section 65.13 BIA and Section 36 CCAA / Jason Dolman and Gabriel Faure
  • No Representation without Valuation: Bidder and Target Directors’ duties under Canada’s New Take-over Bid Regime: Re Hecla Mining Company / Diana Nicholls
  • Substantive Consolidation after Nortel: The Treatment of Corporate Groups in Canadian Insolvency Law / Michael A. Barrett