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COULD COMMUNITY CONTRIBUTION COMPANIES IMPROVE ACCESS TO JUSTICE?
December 2016
Author(s): Gail E Henderson
The legal profession is engaged in two related debates: how to improve access to justice and whether to liberalize its rules of professional conduct to permit “alternative business structures” and non ... View Summary  View Article
STRIP-SEARCHING OF WOMEN IN CANADA: WRONGS AND RIGHTS
December 2016
Author(s): Michelle Psutka and Elizabeth Sheehy
Illegal strip-searching of women, particularly by male police officers, remains a persistent problem in Canada, in spite of strong legal rulings that condemn this practice. The strip-searching of fema ... View Summary  View Article
THE ULTRAHAZARDOUS ACTIVITY OF EXCLUDING FAMILY MEMBERS IN CANADA’S IMMIGRATION SYSTEM
December 2016
Author(s): Jamie Chai Yun Liew
Who is family? Some of us take for granted that we, as Canadians, can not only choose who our family is but whether we can live with them in Canada. One little-known regulation in our immigration syst ... View Summary  View Article
L’IMPASSE (DEADLOCK) EN MATIÈRE DE DIFFÉRENDS ENTRE ACTIONNAIRES AU QUÉBEC
December 2016
Author(s): Me Charles Nadeau, Me Patrick Desalliers
Corporations with a small number of shareholders sometimes encounter situations where a dispute threatens to interfere with or even halt the operations of the corporation. “Deadlock” scenarios pose a ... View Summary  View Article
THE ANGLO-AMERICAN/CONTINENTAL PRIVACY DIVIDE? HOW CIVILIAN PERSONALITY RIGHTS CAN HELP RECONCEPTUALIZE THE “RIGHT TO BE FORGOTTEN” TOWARDS GREATER TRANSNATIONAL INTEROPERABILITY
December 2016
Author(s): Karen Eltis
The European Court of Justice’s much maligned decision in Google v Costeja González, appears to compel search engines, to remove links to certain impugned search results at the request of individual E ... View Summary  View Article
EQUUSTEK V GOOGLE: LA RHÉTORIQUE DE LA VIRTUALITÉ EN DROIT INTERNATIONAL PRIVÉ
December 2016
Author(s): Guillaume Laganière
This paper examines the case of Equustek v. Google, currently pending before the Supreme Court of Canada, and proposes a novel approach to the cyberspace debate in private international law. The autho ... View Summary  View Article
THE IMMUNITY OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO LAW SOCIETY DISCIPLINE
December 2016
Author(s): Andrew Flavelle Martin
The Attorney General is both the minister responsible to the legislature for oversight of the law society and a practicing member of the law society. This dual status raises important questions: Is th ... View Summary  View Article
LIVING BY PERCENTAGES: A CANADIAN PERSPECTIVE ON THE ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF LAWYERS ACTING AS TALENT AGENTS AND MANAGERS
December 2016
Author(s): Bob Tarantino
Canadian entertainment lawyers who represent individual creators and performers (“talent”) often find themselves providing their clients with advice or services that are not strictly legal in nature. ... View Summary  View Article
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