Recent Table of Contents – September 2017

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 47 no. 2 (August 2017)
Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law – Volume 16 (2016)
Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance – Volume 32 no. 3 (August 2017)
Canadian Intellectual Property Review/Revue canadienne de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 33 (June 2017)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 50 no. 3 (August 2017)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne – Volume65 no. 2 (2017)
The Criminal Law Quarterly – Volume 64 nos. 3 & 4 (August 2017)
Dalhousie Law Journal – Volume 40 no. 1 (Spring 2017)
Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal – Volume 36 no. 4 (August 2017)
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 30 no. 3 (August 2017)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 11 no. 2 (July 2017)
Saskatchewan Law Review – Volume 60 no. 2 (2017)
University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 50 no. 3 (2017)

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 47 no. 2 (August 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Medical Malpractice Landscape in Ontario : Facts, Trends and Analysis of Trials and Appeals
    • Erik S. Knutsen, 131-
  • A Wise Development? The Growing Trend Towards Summary Judgment in Class Actions
    • Neil Finkelstein, Brandon Kain and Byron Shaw, 164-
  • Suing the Provincial Crown? How to Avoid Procedural Pitfalls and Costly Mistakes
    • Heather Mackay, 172-
  • A Practical Introduction to Arbitration
    • William G. Horton, 191-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Uneven Treatment of Fairness : Children’s Aid Society of the United Counties of Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry v. S.V.D.
    • Patricia L. Robinson, 210-

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

  • Opportunities for Settlement and the Litigation Timeline
    • Nancy Shapiro and Robin Nobleman, 244-

Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law
Volume 16 (2016)

ARTICLES

  • Open for Business? Lessons Learned from the Land Down under for Regulating Investments by State-owned Enterprises in the Oil Sands
    • James Donnelly, 1-
  • Canadian Anti-dumping Provisions : Has the Use of the Public Interest Clause Helped Curb Protectionism?
    • Eric Freedman, 27-
  • Canadian Tariff Classification of Parts and Entities : Statutory Interpretation and Persuasive Authority
    • Maureen Irish, 45-
  • The WTO Canada Renewable Energy Feed-in Tariff Case and its Application to Green Energy Projects in the Developing World : the Abdication of the Subsidies and Countervailing Measures Agreement within Green Energy Conflicts
    • Leslyn Lewis, 97-
  • Opening the ‘Pandora’s Box’ of Patent Claim Construction : Purposive Interpretation, Central Claiming and the Doctrine of Equivalents in Comparative Perspective
    • Eugene C. Lim, 155-
  • The Effects of Domestic Regulation on International Trade Law as an Avenue for Change Beyond Borders
    • Danielle Magnifico, 201-
  • Addressing Biopiracy through an Access and Benefit Sharing Regime-Complex : in Search of Effective Protection for Traditional Knowledge Associated with Genetic Resources
    • Oluwatobiloba Moody, 231-
  • Institutional Design Policy for Competition Law in Palestine
    • Bashaer Risheq, 279-
  • Investment Arbitration and Corporate Social Responsibility in the Trans-Pacific Partnership
    • Nicholas Wall, 315-

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance
Volume 32 no. 3 (August 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Corporation of Nigeria and the Troubled Asset Relief Program of the United States
    • Chinenyeze J. Amaechi, Ozioma Mary Amaechi and Folashade Adeyemo, 441-
  • Rethinking Modern Financial Ecology and Its Regulatory Implications
    • Cheng-Yun Tsang, 461-
  • Misconduct Costs of Banks : The Meaning behind the Figures
    • Ruth Plato-Shinar and Keren Borenstein-Nativ, 495-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • The Qatari Financial Sector : Building Bridges Between Domestic and International
    • Andrew M. Dahdal, Gordon R. Walker, and Douglas W. Arner, 529-
  • The Future of Employees’ Say on Pay : Will Works Councils Continue to Shape Wage and Executive Pay Decisions in Germany?
    • Alberto R. Salazar V., 551-

CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Banking Fraud : The Power of Well-drafted Account Opening Documents in the Age of Email
    • Mark Evans, Chloe Snider and Joseph Pignatelli, 563-
  • Yaiguaje v. Chevron Corp.
    • Dennis Mahony, Michael Fortier, Tyson Dyck, Henry Ren and Hilary Brown, 567-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Handbook of Board Governance : A Comprehensive Guide for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Board Members (Hoboken, New Jersey : Wiley, 2016) Edited by Richard LeBlanc
    • David Gibbs, 573-
  • Reconceptualising Global Finance and Its Regulation (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2016) Edited by Ross P. Buckley, Emilios Avgouleas and Douglas W. Arner
    • Hossein Nabilou, 579-
  • Regulating (From) the Inside : The Legal Framework for Internal Control in Banks and Financial Institutions (Oxford and Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2015) Irks H-Y Chiu
    • Thomas H. Stanton, 603-

Canadian Intellectual Property Review/Revue canadienne de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 33 (June 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Can a Cheerleader Uniform Designer Earn Her Stripes (and Chevrons)?
    • Antonio Turco and Elizabeth Litwack, 15-
  • Extending Copyright Protection to Audiovisual Performances in Canada : Implementing the Beijing Treaty on Audiovisual Performances
    • Stephanie C. Kolla, 19-
  • Canadian Trademark Law and “Use” in the Computer and Internet Age
    • David Bowden and Junyi Chen, 49-
  • The Impact of 3D Printing on Canadian Trademark Law : Selected Issues and Potential Solutions
    • James Plotkin, 63-
  • Non-Infringing Alternatives : Moving Beyond Condemnation to Arrive at Compensation
    • Jim Lepore, 103-

NOTE

  • Potential Copyright Liability for the Use of “Free” TV Streaming Devices in Canada
    • Alexander Buonassisi and Jennifer A. Marles, 123-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 50 no. 3 (August 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Applying behavioural economics to public policy in Canada
    • Robert French and Philip Oreopoulos, 599-
  • How much to share : Welfare effects of fiscal transfers
    • Jinill Kim and Sunghyun Kim, 636-
  • The effects of foreign shocks when interest rates are at zero
    • Martin Bodenstein, Christopher J. Erceg and Luca Guerrieri, 660-
  • Modelling the sectoral allocation of labour in open economy models
    • Laura Povoledo, 685-
  • The evolution of inflation expectations in Canada and the US
    • James Yetman, 711-
  • Segmentation of consumer markets in the US : What do intercity price differences tell us?
    • Chi-Young Choi, Anthony Murphy and Jyh-Lin Wu, 738-
  • Global sourcing and credit constraints
    • Leilei Shen, 778-
  • Extensive and intensive margins and exchange rate regimes
    • Masashige Hamano and Pierre M. Picard, 804-
  • Measuring market power and the efficiency of Alberta’s restructured electricity market : An energy-only market design
    • David P. Brown and Derek E.H. Olmstead, 838-
  • Competition for natural resources and the hold-up problem
    • Carsten Hefeker and Sebastian G. Kessing, 871-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume65 no. 2 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • Options to Address the Direct Tax Challenges Raised by the Digital Economy : A Critical Analysis
    • Dale Pinto, 291-
  • A Modern Look at the Roman Imperial “Jewish Tax”
    • Robert Couzin, 333-

POLICY FORUM

  • Editors’ Introduction: Political Activity by Charities
    • Brian Carr, Alan Macnaughton, and Kevin Milligan, 353-
  • Using Dual Structures for Political Activities : Charities and Non-Profits in the Same Family of Organizations
    • Robert B. Hayhoe and Nicole K. D’Aoust, 357-
  • Charities and Political Activities (A Tempest in a Teapot?)
    • Rose Anne Devlin, 367-
  • Charities and Politics : A Dubious Mix?
    • Geoffrey Hale, 379-
  • How and Why To Legislate the Charity-Politics Distinction Under the Income Tax Act
    • Adam Parachin, 391-

FEATURES

  • Finances of the Nation: The Taxation of Dividend Income in Canada
    • Michael Smart, 419-
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canadian Forest Navigation Co. Ltd. v. Canada; (FCA) Olympia Trust Company v. Canada
    • Co-Editors: Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton, 435-
  • International Tax Planning: Dexterous Derivatives : Section 871(m) and the US Dividend Equivalent Regime
    • Aamir Mahboob and Gregory Papinko, 455-
  • Personal Tax Planning: Taxation of US Citizens or Residents Working for a Canadian Employer
    • Liana Lee and Leah Shinh, 479-
  • Planification fiscale personnelle: Imposition des citoyens ou des résidents américains qui travaillent pour un employeur canadien
    • Liana Lee et Leah Shinh, 503-
  • Selected US Tax Developments: Look Before You Leap : Recent FBAR Case Highlights Need to Weigh All Options Before Entering the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program
    • Michael J. Miller, 531-
  • Current Tax Reading
    • Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 541-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 64 nos. 3 & 4 (August 2017)

EDITORIAL

  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security, 271-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Reflections on Criminal Justice Reform in Canada
    • Martin L. Friedland, 274-
  • Reforming Criminal Justice and National Security in an Age of Populism
    • Kent Roach, 286-
  • Tell It Like It Is : An Argument for the Use of Section 15 over Section 7 to Challenge Discriminatory Criminal Legislation
    • Jonathan Rudin, 317-
  • The Right to a Representative Jury : Beyond Kokopenance
    • Vanessa MacDonnell, 334-
  • Applying the Racial Profiling Correspondence Test
    • David M. Tanovich, 359-
  • Renovating Independent Police Review
    • Kent Roach and Lorne Sossin, 384-
  • A Way to Reduce Indigenous Overrepresentation : Prevent False Guilty Plea Wrongful Convictions
    • Amanda Carling, 415-
  • Dealing with Forensic Identification Evidence : A Familiar Solution with a Twist
    • Jonathan L. Freedman, 462-
  • Reviewing Wrongful Convictions in Canada
    • Emma Cunliffe and Gary Edmond, 473-
  • Staying Left of Bang : Reforming Canada’s Approach to Anti-Terrorism Investigations
    • Craig Forcese, 487-
  • Class Struggles : The New CSIS Human Source Privilege
    • John Norris, 509-
  • Reinventing the Inspector General
    • Stanley A. Cohen, 522-
  • Making Sense of the Black Box : Algorithms and Accountability
    • Carmen Cheung, 539-
  • Mental Health Experts in Terrorism Cases : Reclaiming the Status of Rehabilitation as a Sentencing Principle
    • Reem Zaia, 548-

Dalhousie Law Journal
Volume 40 no. 1 (Spring 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Significance of the Systemic Relative Autonomy of Labour Law
    • Bruce P. Archibald, 1-
  • Betterment
    • Michael G. Pratt, 67-
  • Are All Charter Rights and Freedoms Really Non-Absolute?
    • Brian Bird, 107-
  • Social Membership : Animal Law beyond the Property/Personhood Impasse
    • Will Kymlicka, 123-
  • Of Malls and Campuses : The Regulation of University Campuses and Section 2(b) of the Charter
    • Sarah E. Hamill, 157-
  • R. v. Comeau and Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867 : Freeing the Beer and Fortifying the Economic Union
    • Malcolm Lavoie, 189-
  • On Being a Second : Grace Wambolt, Legal Professionalism and ‘Inter-Wave’ Feminism in Nova Scotia
    • Elizabeth Legge, 221-
  • The Intellectually Disabled Witness and the Requirement to Promise to Tell the Truth
    • Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry, 239-
  • Autonomy in the Anthropocene? Libertarianism, Liberalism and the Legal Theory of Environmental Regulation
    • Jason MacLean, 279-
  • The Only Legitimate Rule : A Reply to MacLean’s Critique of Ecolawgic
    • Bruce Pardy, 323-

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36 no. 4 (August 2017)

FROM THE LAW REPORTS

  • Resident of a Trust for Canadian Income Tax Purposes
    • Sheila Crummey, 315-

FROM THE LEGISLATURE

  • Preserving “Graduated Estate Rate” Status
    • Paul J. Gibney and Marie-Eve Gosselin, 327-

ARTICLES

  • Plain Language and the Danger of Legalese
    • John E.S. Poyser, 333-
  • Income and Payment : Key Trust Law and Income Tax Differences
    • Joan E. Jung, 350-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 30 no. 3 (August 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Pathways from Paris : Does Urgenda Lead to Canada?
    • Michael Slattery, 241-
  • Modernizing Environmental Protection in Manitoba : The Environmental Rights Act as One Component of Environmental Reform
    • Heather Fast & Dr. Patricia Fitzpatrick, 295-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 11 no. 2 (July 2017)

PERSPECTIVE

  • The Informed Citizen’s Guide to the Canada 150! Celebration/Le guide du citoyen averti à la Celebration Canada 150!
    • Gregory Tardi, 251-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • The Lex CEU in Hungary : the End of Academic Freedom in an ‘Illiberal’ Member State of the European Union
    • Gabor Halmai, 255-

ARTICLES

  • Constitutional Issues Raised by the Canadian Parliamentary Dispute of 2008
    • Louis Massicotte, 261-
  • Le ministre de la Justice du Canada : unir politique et primauté du droit
    • Raphaël Grenier-Benoit, 293-
  • The Making of the Charter and Constitution : A Manipulated Process and of Questionable Legitimancy
    • Christopher Edward Taucar, 315-
  • Courting Parliamentary Privilege : Exploring the Quasi-Dialogue Between the Courts and the Chamber
    • Kayla Tink, 357-
  • What is this “Mysterious Power”? An Historical Model of Parliamentary Privilege in Canada
    • Peter Doherty, 383-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Language Please! Balancing Privileges and Gender-Sensitive Parliaments
    • Jaquetta (Jacquie) Newman, 427-
  • Le rôle démocratique de la cour suprême du Canada
    • Constantin Schiavon, 443-

LEGISLATION

  • The United States Refugee and Immigration Ban : Executive Order, Administrative Disorder and Temporary Restraining Order
    • David Katona, 475-

LITIGATION

  • A Supreme Court Mandate for Non-Partisanship in Prosecutions : R. v. Cawthorne
    • Oliver Fitzgerald, 481-
  • Respectfully Submit : Deference to the Supreme Court in Canada
    • John Schudlo, 487-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Gregory Tardi, 513-

LITERATURE

  • Red, White, and Kind of Blue? The Conservatives and the Americanization of Canadian Constitutional Culture (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2015) David Schneiderman
    • Ian Peach, 523-
  • The Harper Factor : Assessing a Prime Minister’s Legacy (Montreal & Kingston : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2016) Jennifer Ditchburn and Graham Fox
    • Paul Durano, 527-
  • Unaccountable : Truth and Lies on Parliament Hill (Toronto : Viking, 2015) Kevin Page (with Vern Stenlund)
    • John Soroski, 533-
  • Nonkilling Security and the State (Honolulu & Omaha : Centre for Global Nonkilling, 2013) Edited by Joám Evans Pim
    • Astrid Krizus, 539-
  • La Bataille de Londres : Dessous, Secrets et Coulisses du Rapatriement Constitutionnel (Montréal : Les Éditions du Boréal, 2013) Frédéric Bastien
    • Gregory Tardi, 547-

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 60 no. 2 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • Refiner’s fire : the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in times of depression and war
    • Beth Bilson, 321-
  • We don’t need no (Catholic) education – but why can’t it be saved by Section 1? : a comment on Good Spirit School Division no. 204
    • Michelle Biddulph, 359-
  • How good are our “best practices” when it comes to executive compensation? A review of forty years of skyrocketing pay, regulation, and the forces of good governance
    • Bryce C. Tingle, 387-
  • Solicitor-client privilege and Income Tax Act seizures : a comment on Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des Notaires du Québec
    • Jonathan Milani, 421-
  • Assisted death in Canada : an exploration of the constitutionality of Bill C-14
    • Firuz Rahimi, 457-

BOOK NOTES

  • Digital Copyright Law (Toronto : Irwin Law, 2016) Cameron Hutchison
    • Jeremy Barber, 489-
  • Law, Debt, and Merchant Power : The Civil Courts of Eighteenth-Century Halifax (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) James Muir
    • Ashton Butler, 492-
  • A Quiet Evolution : The Emergence of Indigenous-Local Intergovernmental Partnerships in Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Christopher Alcantara & Jen Nelles
    • Thomas L. Fransoo, 494-
  • Canadian Policing in the 21st Century : A Frontline Officer on Challenges and Changes (Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2013) Robert Chrismas
    • John Mansbridge, 497-
  • Putting the State on Trial : The Policing of Protest during the G20 Summit (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2015) Edited by Margaret E. Beare, Nathalie Des Rosiers & Abigail C. Deshman
    • Ahmed Mudathir, 499-
  • Uncertain Accommodation : Aboriginal Identity and Group Rights in the Supreme Court of Canada (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Dimitrios Panagos
    • Braeden Pivnick, 501-
  • Implied Consent and Sexual Assault : Intimate Relationships, Autonomy, and Voice (Montreal : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015) Michael Plaxton
    • Firuz Rahimi, 504-
  • Free Speech : Ten Principles for a Connected World (New Haven : Yale University Press, 2016) Timothy Garton Ash
    • Lauren Scharfstein, 506-
  • Accusation : Creating Criminals (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Edited by George Pavlich & Matthew P. Unger
    • Meagan Ward, 508-
  • The Honour and Dishonour of the Crown : Making Sense of Aboriginal Law in Canada (Saskatoon : Purich Publishing, 2015) Jamie D. Dickson
    • Noah Wernikowski, 511-
  • The Intellectual Property-Regulatory Complex : Overcoming Barriers to Innovation in Agricultural Genomics (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Edited by Emily Marden, R. Nelson Godfrey & Rachael Manion
    • Carson Wetter, 514-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 50 no. 3 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • Federalizing the Common Law : A Case Study of the ITA Gift Concept
    • Kathryn Chan, 579-
  • Intellectual Property Rights in the Recreational Cannabis Market : Craft or Commodity?
    • Jeremy de Beer & Alyssa Gaffen, 621-
  • The Initial Test of Constitutional Validity : Identifying the Legislative Objectives of Canada’s New Prostitution Laws
    • Debra M. Haak, 657-
  • Failed Experiments : An Empirical Assessment of Adaptive Management in Alberta’s Energy Resources Sector
    • Martin Z.P. Olszynski, 697-

CASE COMMENT

  • Striking the Right Balance : Rethinking the Contest Between Freedom of Religion and Equality Rights in Trinity Western University v The Law Society of British Columbia
    • Robin Elliot & Michael Elliot, 797-