Recent Table of Contents – February 2014

Alberta Law Review– Volume 51 no. 2 (December 2013)
Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs– Volume 9 no. 1 (December 2013)
Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 17 no. 3 (December 2013)
Canadian Intellectual Property Review/Revue canadienne de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 29 no. 2 (December 2013)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/La Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale– Volume 56 no. 1 (January 2014)
Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal – Volume 17 no. 2 (2013)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne– Volume 61 no. 4 (2013)
The Criminal Law Quarterly – Volume 60 no. 3 (2014)
McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy/Revue international de droit et politique du développement durable de McGill – Volume 9 no. 2 (2013)
Queen’s Law Journal – Volume 39 no. 1 (Fall 2013)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 64 (2014)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 64 no. 1 (Winter 2014)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto – Volume 71 no. 2 (Spring 2013)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto – Volume 72 no. 1 (Winter 2014)

Alberta Law Review
Volume 51 no. 2 (December 2013)

ARTICLES

  • The Evolution of International Investment Law and Its Application to the Energy Sector
    • Elizabeth Whitsitt and Nigel Bankes, 207-
  • Federal and Alberta Energy Project Regulation Reform – At What Cost Efficiency?
    • Rowland J. Harrison, Lars Olthafer, and Katie Slipp, 249-
  • Gross Negligence in Canadian Energy Contracts
    • Miles Pittman, Jaclyn Hesje, and Adam Lamoureux, 283-
  • The Collision Between Federal and Provincial Occupational Health and Safety Regimes on Energy and Resource Projects
    • Larry Dunn, Shaun Hohman, and E. Jane Sidnell, 313-
  • Foreign Investment in Canada’s Oil and Gas Sector : New and Emerging Challenges
    • Angela Avery, Peter Glossop, and Paula Olexiuk, 343-
  • The Role of Impact and Benefits Agreements in the Resolution of Project Issues with First Nations
    • Brad Gilmour and Bruce Mellett, 385-
  • Recent Judicial Developments of Interest to Energy Lawyers
    • Patrick W. Burgess, Warren P. Foley, and Bradley D. McFadden, 401-
  • Recent Regulatory and Legislative Developments of Interest to Energy Lawyers
    • David J. Farmer and Layne N. Thiessen, 427-

Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs
Volume 9 no. 1 (December 2013)

ARTICLES

  • Introduction
    • Harvey T. Strosberg, 1-
  • Class Actions in Canada : Conflicting Purposes and Unpredictable Outcomes
    • Andrew Roman, Jonathan Heeney, and Hassan Ahmad, 5-
  • “An Unassailable Right to Speak” : Class Communications, Opt-out Rights, and the Class Proceedings Act
    • Bevan Brooksbank,  75-
  • Who Takes the Reins? Carriage in Canada Over the Last Decade
    • Timothy Morgan, 101-
  • Le Traitement du Lien de Causalité dans le Cadre du Recours Collectif
    • Jason Phelan, 133-
  • The Pre-Authorization Disclosure of Legal Grounds : Why Recognition of the Right to Legal Particulars is Appropriate and Needed in the Quebec Class Action Context
    • Gene Kruger and Shaun Finn, 179-
  • Employment Class Actions : Is the Work Culture of Banks Under Attack?
    • Jennifer Pocock, 203-
  • Judicial Consideration of US Proceedings in Canadian Class Action Settlement Approvals
    • Barry Glaspell and Rachael Belanger, 213-

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit penal
Volume 17 no. 3 (December 2013)

ARTICLES

  • Sentencing from There to Here and from Then to Now
    • Patrick Healy, 291-
  • The New Approach to Sentencing in Canada : Reflections of a Trial Judge
    • Renee M. Pomerance,  305-
  • Sentencing Reform in Canada : Promoting a Return to Principles and Evidenced-based Policy
    • Julian V. Roberts and Howard H. Bebbington, 327-
  • There Must Be Some Kind of Way Out of Here : Aboriginal Over-Representation, Bill C-10, and the Charter of Rights
    • Jonathan Rudin, 349-
  • The “Truth in Sentencing” Act : The Triumph of Form over Substance
    • Anthony N. Doob and Cheryl Marie Webster, 365-

Canadian Intellectual Property Review/Revue canadienne de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 29 no. 2 (December 2013)

ARTICLES

  • The Battle Between GIs and Generic Terms
    • Sara Zborovski and Patrick Dyke, 201-
  • Antibody Examination Practice at the Canadian Patent Office : Immune to Change?
    • Graeme R.B. Boocock, 225-
  • Purposive Claim Construction and Computer-Implemented Inventions : A Detailed Analysis of CIPO’s New Guidelines
    • Stephen J. Ferance, 259-

NOTE

  • Drug Dosage Regimes and Patent-Eligible Subject Matter in Canada
    • Stephanie MeInychuk, 297-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/La Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 56 no. 1 (January 2014)

ARTICLES

  • “Criminals Are Inside of Our Homes” : Intimate Partner Violence and Fear of Crime
    • Ryan Broll, 1-
  • Beyond Criminal Justice : A Case study of Responding to Human Trafficking in Canada
    • Julie Kaye, John Winterdyk, and Lara Quarterman, 23-
  • The Relationship between Legal Gambling and Crime in Alberta
    • Jennifer N. Arthur, Robert J. Williams, and Yale D. Belanger, 49-
  • A Review of Deaths in Custody in Three Canadian Provinces
    • Daniel Antonowicz and John Winterdyk, 85-
  • L’effet de la disponibilité des armes à feu les taux d’homicides au Québec de 1974 à 2006 : une analyse de séries chronologiques
    • Maxime Reeves-Latour et Étienne Blais, 105-

COMMENT

  • Comment on Nazaretian and Merolla
    • Statistics Canada, 137-

Canadian Labour & Employment Law Journal
Volume 17 no. 2 (2013)

  • The Disability Accommodation Gap in Canadian Workplace : What Does It Mean for Law, Policy, and an Aging Population?
    • Kevin Banks, Richard P. Chaykowski & George A. Slotsve, 295-
  • Acquired Expertise of Administrative Tribunals and the Standard of Judicial Review : The Case of Grievance Arbitrators and Human Rights Law
    • Finn Makela, 345-

PROPSPECTS FOR REFORM OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS IN THE ONTARIO BROADER PUBLIC SECTOR : PAPERS FROM THE WORKSHOP ON THE DRUMMOND REPORT CENTRE FOR LAW IN THE CONTEMPORARY WORKPLACE, QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY, JUNE 22, 2012

  • Principles for Labour Relations Policy Reform in the Wake of the Drummond Report on Ontario’s Public Services
    • Richard P. Chaykowski & Robert S. Hickey, 379-
  • Recent Reforms to Public Employee Interest Arbitration in Michigan : Any Lessons for Ontario?
    • Richard N. Block, 393-
  • Reform the Structure of Collective Bargaining : Lessons from the Construction Industry
    • Joseph B. Rose, 403-
  • Regulating Strikes in Essential (and Other) Services after the “New Trilogy”
    • Bernard Adell, 413-
  • Constitutional Restrictions on the Capacity of Governments to Enact Reforms : Does Section 2(d) of the CharterInclude a Right to Strike?
    • Sonia Regenbogen & Christopher D. Pigott, 449-

COMMENT

  • Majoritarianism, Exclusivity and the “Right to Work” : The Legal Incoherence of Ontario Bill 64
    • Brian Langille & Josh Mandryk, 475-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Constitutional Labour Rights in Canada : Farm Workers and the FraserCase (Toronto : Irwin Law, 2012) Edited by Fay Faraday, Judy Fudge & Eric Tucker
    • Christopher Albertyn, 493-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 60 no. 3 (2014)

EDITORIAL

  • The Changed Nature of the Harm Debate, 321-

CRIMINAL APPEALS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA, 324-

NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Cell Phone Searches Incident to Arrest : A Case Comment on the Ontario Court of Appeal’s Decision in R. v. Fearon
    • Colton Fehr, 343-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Culturally Incompetent Counsel and the Trial Level Judge : A Legal and Ethical Analysis
    • Richard Devlin and David Layton, 360-
  • Corporate Criminal Liability : Myriad Complexity in the Scope of Senior Officer
    • Todd Archibald, Ken Jull and Kent Roach, 386-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume 61 no. 4 (2013)

ARTICLES

  • The Treaty Network Theory : Accessing Foreign Tax Information Networks Under the OECD Model Convention
    • Mark Tonkovich, 875-
  • Suing Canadian Tax Officials for Negligence : An Assessment of Recent Developments
    • John Bevacqua, 893-
  • The Negotiation and Drafting of the First Australia-Canada Taxation Treaty (1957)
    • C. John Taylor, 915-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : The Process for Making Tax Policy : An International Comparison
    • Brian J. Arnold, 989-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : Tax Policy Formulation in Australia
    • Rob Heferen, Nicole Mitchell, and Ian Amalo, 1011-
  • Some Additional Comments on Australia’s Tax Policy Process
    • Graeme Cooper, 1023-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : The Process for Making Tax Policy in Canada
    • Brian Ernewein and Nancy Horsman, 1031-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : Development of Tax Policy in New Zealand : The Generic Tax Policy Process
    • Struan Little, Geof D. Nightingale, and Ainslie Fenwick, 1043-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : Tax Policy Making in the United Kingdom
    • John Whiting and Malcolm Gammie, 1057-
  • Tax Policy Round Table : The Process for Making Tax Policy in the United States : A System Full of Friction
    • Eric Solomon, 1075-
  • Policy Forum : Editors’ Introduction – The First-Time Donor Tax Credit
    • Tim Edgar and Kevin Milligan, 1087-
  • Policy Forum : The First Time Donor Credit – Sound Policy or Short-Term Fix?
    • A. Abigail Payne, 1091-
  • Policy Forum : Assessing the First-Time Donor Credit – Can it Increase the Charitable Donation Levels of First-Time Donors?
    • Rachel Laforest, 1103-
  • Policy Forum : Reflections on the First-Time Donor Credit – The Link between Donation Incentives and the Regulation of Legal Charity
    • Adam Parachin, 1109-

CURRENT CASES  

  • (FCA) Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce v. Canada; (FCA) Canada v. Guindon; (TCC) Lehigh Cement Limited v. The Queen
    • Co-Editors: Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton, 1123-

INTERNATIONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Living with the Foreign Affiliate Dumping Rules
    • Co-Editors: Pierre Bourgeois and Michael Maikawa, 1147-

PERSONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Selected Considerations in the Use of Professional Corporations
    • Co-Editors: Pearl E. Schusheim and Gena Katz, 1167-

PLANIFICATION FISCAL PERSONNELLE

  • Certaines considérations sur l’utilisation d’une société professionnelle
    • Directrices de chronique: Pearl E. Schusheim et Gena Katz, 1193-

SELECTED US TAX DEVELOPMENTS

  • Offshore Funds : Implications of the Appellate Court Ruling Against Sun Capital
  • Co-Editors: Peter A. Glicklich and Michael J. Miller, 1223-

CURRENT TAX READING

  • Co-Editors: Bev Dahlby, Tim Edgar, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 1229-

McGill International Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy/Revue international de droit et politique du développement durable de McGill
Volume 9 no. 2 (2013)

ARTICLES

  • Building Sustainability in a Changing Arctic
    • Eva Aariak, 1-
  • Searching for Synergies in International Governance Systems Developed in the Circumpolar North
    • Waliul Hasanat, 5-
  • The Canadian Submission to the United Nations Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf
    • Andrew Higdon, 43-
  • Environmental Justice as Spatial and Scalar Justice : A Regional Waste Facility or a Local Dump out of Place?
    • Brad Jessup, 69-
  • Reconciling Aboriginal Rights with International Trade Agreements : Hupacasath First Nation v. Canada
    • Kathryn Tucker, 110-

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 39 no. 1 (Fall 2013)

IN MEMORY OF RON DELISLE

  • A Tribute to Ron Delisle
    • Don Stuart, 1-
  • Ron Delisle : A Personal Tribute
    • Allan Manson, 7-
  • Realizing the Potential of the Principled Approach to Evidence
    • Lisa Dufraimont, 11-

ARTICLES

  • Conditional Forum Non Conveniensin Canadian Courts
    • Vaughan Black, 41-
  • The Rise and fall of Duress : How Duress Changed Necessity Before Being Excluded by Self-Defence
    • Steve Coughlan, 83-
  • A Reappraisal of the Canada Anti-Combines Actof 1889
    • Charles Paul Hoffman, 127-
  • Sacred Laws in Earthly Courts : Legal Pluralism in Canadian Religious Freedom Litigation
    • Howard Kislowicz, 175-
  • Disembedding Corporate Governance : The Crisis of Shareholder Primacy in the UK and Canada
    • Michael Marin, 223-
  • The Increasing Involvement of Physicians in Complementary and Alternative Medicine : Considerations of Professional Regulation and Patient Safety
    • Nola M. Ries & Katherine J. Fisher, 273-

CASE COMMENT

  • Privacy and Civic Duty in R v Ward : The Right to Online Anonymity and the Charter-Complaint Scope of Voluntary Cooperation with Policy Requests
    • Andrea Slane, 301-

REVIEW ESSAY

  • John Gardner’s Transatlantic Shadow
    • Michael Plaxton, 329-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 64 (2014)

ARTICLES

  • Developments in Aboriginal Law : The 2012-2013 Term – The Honour of the Crown and Constitutional Obligations Support a Declaration for the Métis, While Blockades Hit a Roadblock
    • Constance MacIntosh, 1-
  • Developments in Administrative Law : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Beth Bilson, 37-
  • Developments in Communications Law : The 2012-2013 Term – The Broadcasting Reference, the Supreme Court and the Limits of the CRTC
    • Brandon Kain, 63-
  • Developments in Criminal Law : Criminal Procedure : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Richard Litkowski and Todd Morris, 113-
  • Developments in Substantive Criminal Law : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Ian R. Smith, 135-
  • Developments in the Law of Evidence : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Steven G. Frankel, 205-
  • Developments in Family Law : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Robert Leckey, 241-
  • The Supreme Court’s 2012 Tax Cases : Formalism Trumps Pragmatism and Good Sense
    • Neil Brooks and Kim Brooks, 267-
  • Cause-in-Fact at the Supreme Court of Canada : Developments in Tort Law in 2012-2013
    • Russell Brown, 327-
  • Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada : The 2012-2013 Term
    • Henry S. Brown, Matthew Estabrooks and Katrina M. Coughlin, 357-

ESSAYS

  • A Duty to Discuss : The Supreme Court’s Role as Facilitator of Last Resort
    • Robert E. Hawkins, 397-
  • Seeking Clarity in Moore v. British Columbia (Education)
    • Peter A. Gall and Susan L. Chapman, 425-
  • The Addition of an Interest-Based Route into Section 15 of the Charter : Why It’s Necessary and How It Can Be Justified
    • Robin Elliot and Michael Elliot, 461-

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 64 no. 1 (Winter 2014)

ARTICLES

  • The goals of regulating work : Between universalism and selectivity
    • Guy Davidov, 1-
  • Moral rightness and the significance of law : Why, how, and when mistake of law matters
    • Re’em Segev, 36-
  • Resourceful impacts : Harm and valuation of the sacred
    • Sari Graben, 64-
  • Savigny’s theory of choice-of-law as a principle of ‘voluntary submission’
    • Sagi Peari, 106-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Habermas : The Discourse Theory of Law and Democracy (Stanford, CA : Stanford University Press, 2011) Hugh Baxter
    • Joseph Heath, 152-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 71 no. 2 (Spring 2013)

ARTICLES

  • The Presumption of Jury Competence : Sarrazin’s New Acknowledgment of Cognitive Biases and its Implications for Counsel
    • Hannah Freeman, 9-
  • Advance Notice Provisions : Oppression and the Public Interest
    • Gordon T. Houseman, 28-
  • Technological Neutrality : Toward Copyright Convergence in the Digital Age
    • Kevin P. Siu, 76-
  • The Year in Review 2012
    • Tony Drake and Fidelia Ho, 113-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 72 no. 1 (Winter 2014)

ARTICLES

  • Letter from the Editors-in-Chief
    • Adrienne Ho and Ljiljana Stanić, 9-
  • Forgetting Youth : The Use of Prior Youth Records to Impugn Credibility
    • Nicola J. Langille, 10-
  • Religious practice as a “Thin Skull” in the Context of Civil Liability
    • Olga Redko, 38-