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SECURED CREDITORS' NON-STATUTORY REMEDIES: UNFINISHED BUSINESS
November 2013
Author(s): Ronald CC Cuming
When personal property collateral taken under a security agreement has been damaged, destroyed or otherwise cannot be seized, the secured party must look to remedies outside the Personal Property Se ... View Summary  View Article
STICKS AND CARROTS: RYLANDS V FLETCHER, CSR, AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL HARM IN COMMON LAW JURISDICTIONS
November 2013
Author(s): Tim Wood
The Government of Canada is attaching unprecedented importance to corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives in connection with inherently risky Canadian extractive operations abroad. After s ... View Summary  View Article
LA CLAUSE DE NON-SOLLICITATION EST MORTE, LONGUE VIE A LA CLAUSE DE NON-SOLLICITATION?
November 2013
Author(s): Karim Renno
Within the sphere of restrictive clauses in Quebec employment law, the non-solicitation clause has always taken a back seat to its older cousin, the non-competition clause. Yet, it remains an import ... View Summary  View Article
SOLICITOR-CLIENT PRIVILEGE FOR ETHICS COUNSEL: LESSONS FOR CANADA FROM THE UNITED STATES
November 2013
Author(s): Stephen GA Pitel, Jordan McKie
Canadian law firms are increasingly designating lawyers within the firm to act as ethics counsel, advising the firm’s other lawyers. This article considers whether communications with ethics counsel ... View Summary  View Article
SETTLEMENT CONFERENCES AND JUDICIAL ROLE: THE SCAFFOLDING FOR EXPANDED THINKING ABOUT JUDICIAL ETHICS
November 2013
Author(s): Michaela Keet and Brent Cotter
Canadian judges are participating more often in settlement processes, which vary in form across the country. As traditional judicial roles expand and give way to new ones, so must frameworks for eth ... View Summary  View Article
THE REBIRTH OF BICYCLING LAW?
November 2013
Author(s): Christopher Waters
This article sketches the “law of wheelmen” as it developed in the late 19th century and suggests that, with the renaissance of cycling in North America, it is time to renew focus on the legal issue ... View Summary  View Article
ELECTRONIC CONSENT TO HEALTH RESEARCH IN CANADA
November 2013
Author(s): Emily Kirby, Ma'n H Zawati, Bartha Maria Knoppers
Consent has long been considered as the crystallization of the researcher’s duty to inform research participants. Indeed, providing consent is based on the right of participants to exercise full aut ... View Summary  View Article
BANKRUPTCY, PROVINCIAL LAW, AND THE FAMILY FARM
November 2013
Author(s): Robert Leckey
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CANADA V CRAIG - THE COMMON LAW AS THE SERVANT OF SOCIETY
November 2013
Author(s): Neil Finkelstein, Ronald Podolny
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ISSUE ESTOPPEL WHIPLASH: SUPREME COURT DIVIDED ON FAIRNESS
November 2013
Author(s): Peter J Cavanagh
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