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THE “ILLUSION OF COMPENSATION”: CY PRÈS DISTRIBUTIONS IN CANADIAN CLASS ACTIONS
December 2014
Author(s): Jasminka Kalajdzic
In both the US and Canada, the now common use of cy près in the design of class action settlement distribution plans represents a radical transformation of the original cy près doctrine. Despite the ... View Summary  View Article
PUBLIC AUTHORITY IIMMUNITY FROM NEGLIGENCE LIABILITY: UNCERTAIN, UNNECESSARY, AND UNJUSTIFIED
December 2014
Author(s): Bruce Feldthusen
The author argues that the scope of public authority negligence immunity is uncertain to the point of meaningless. Next, the author suggests that a proper definition of proximity renders the immunit ... View Summary  View Article
ETRE JURISTE AU FEMININ : UNE REALITE EMERGENTE OU UNE QUETE ILLUSOIRE?
December 2014
Author(s): Micheline Gleixner et Louise Aucoin
In 1993, the Canadian Bar Association undertook the first major study on gender equality in the legal profession, culminating in the report entitled “Touchstones for Change: Equality, Diversity and ... View Summary  View Article
ERRING ON THE SIDE OF IGNORANCE: CHALLENGES FOR CAUSER TWENTY YEARS AFTER PARKS
December 2014
Author(s): Rakhi Ruparelia
In 1993, Doherty JA of the Ontario Court of Appeal crafted what was perhaps the most significant decision on racism in the Canadian criminal justice system of that decade. The twentieth anniversary ... View Summary  View Article
THE NEW SELF-DEFENCE LAW: PROGRESSIVE DEVELOPMENT OR STATUS QUO?
December 2014
Author(s): Vanessa A MacDonnell
For more than three decades, feminist law reformers have argued that the law must better account for the different ways that men and women act in self-defence. In R v Lavallee, the Supreme Court agr ... View Summary  View Article
GAITKEEPING IN CANADA: MIS-STEPS IN ASSESSING THE RELIABILITY OF EXPERT TESTIMONY
December 2014
Author(s): Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond
Incriminating expert testimony is a leading cause of wrongful convictions. Academic commentators and authoritative scientific research bodies agree that forensic comparison techniques such as finger ... View Summary  View Article
LA METHODE D’INTERROGATOIRE « REID » ET LA METHODE POLICIERE D’ENQUETE « MR BIG » : LES ERREURS JUDICIAIRES ET L’ECART ENTRE LA VERITE ET LE MENSONGE
December 2014
Author(s): Andrew Schleichkorn
Three fundamental errors can lead to a false confession and ultimately end in a wrongful conviction: misclassification, coercion, and contamination. In Canada, police officers are trained on the Rei ... View Summary  View Article
TOWARDS A SINGULAR CONCEPT OF LEGAL PERSONALITY
December 2014
Author(s): Michael Welters
This paper argues that the only two categories of legal persons recognized in Canadian law are natural persons and the corporation, and that the essential attributes of a corporation are name, state ... View Summary  View Article
THE IMPLEMENTATION AND APPLICATION OF THE NEW YORK ARBITRATION CONVENTION IN CANADA
December 2014
Author(s): Frederic Bachand and Fabien Gelinas
On the eve of expected revisions to Canadian arbitration laws, it may be useful to comparative law scholars and Canadian jurists to take stock of how Canadian legislatures and courts have implemente ... View Summary  View Article
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