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UNE MISSION DE PAIX GLOBALE LE REGLEMENT EFFICACE ET EQUITABLE D’UN RECOURS COLLECTIF
April 2007
Author(s): Jean Lortie et Shaun Finn
Class actions are subject to a detailed body of rules and regulations. Certification, notification, general conduct of the proceedings and recovery — not to mention several other procedural consider ... View Summary  View Article
SHOULD DETERRENCE BE A SENTENCING PRINCIPLE UNDER THE YOUTH CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT?
April 2007
Author(s): Raymond R. Corrado, Karla Gronsdahl, David MacAlister and Irwin Cohen
Using data from a large Canadian study of incarcerated youths, the authors critically analyze deterrence as a sentencing principle for young offenders. Deterrence themes are examined from legal, leg ... View Summary  View Article
POUR UNE RECONNAISSANCE ENCADREE DES DOMMAGES-INTERETS PUNITIFS EN DROIT PRIVE FRANCAIS CONTEMPORAIN, A L’INSTAR DU MODELE JURIDIQUE QUEBECOIS
April 2007
Author(s): Marieve Lacroix
Signs of the concept of punitive damages are present in the French system of law, but constitute a veiled reality. This veil seems to have been lifted, however, with the “Avant-projet de réforme du ... View Summary  View Article
OAKWELL ENGINEERING LIMITED V. ENERNORTH INDUSTRIES INC.: QUESTIONS OF BURDEN AND BIAS IN THE ENFORCEMENT OF FOREIGN JUDGMENTS
April 2007
Author(s): John P. Sullivan and Jonathan M. Woolley
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ECONOMIC INTEGRATION AND TRANSNATIONAL LABOUR REGULATION: A REVIEW ESSAY
April 2007
Author(s): Judy Fudge
Globalization has triggered a renewed interest in the transnational dimension of labour law. This review essay considers four books recently published in the United Kingdom that examine either inter ... View Summary  View Article
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