Recent Table of Contents – February 2019

 

The Advocates’ Quarterly – Volume 49 no. 1 (October 2018)
The Advocates’ Quarterly – Volume 49 no. 2 (January 2019)
Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law – Volume 18 (2018)
Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance - Volume 34 no. 1 (December 2018)
Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs – Volume 14 no. 2 (2018-2019)
Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada - Volume 38 no. 1 (December 2018)
Canadian Journal of Law and Society/Revue canadienne droit et société - Volume 33 no. 3 (2018)
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 30 no. 3 (2018) Special Issue
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne - Volume66 no. 4 (2018)
Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies – Volume 27 (Fall 2018) 
Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa – Volume 49 no. 2 (2017-18)
Queen’s Law Journal – Volume 44 no. 1 (Fall 2018)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 88
University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 52 no. 1 (2019)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 69 no. 1 (Winter 2019)

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 49 no. 1 (October 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Freedom of Expression, Privacy, and Access to Tribunals’ Adjudicative Records in Ontario : Striking a New Balance
    • Christopher Berzins, 1-
  • Statutory Interpretation from the “Stratas”Phere : Recent Federal Court of Appeal Cases
    • Mark P. Mancini, 27-
  • Tools to Maximize Your Success at a Sexual Abuse Mediation – Some Considerations for Mediators and Counsel
    • Kathleen D. Urdahl, 39-
  • Arbitration Clauses : Ousting the Jurisdiction of our Courts
    • Joshua Tayar, 63-
  • Adjudicating Uncertain Facts – The Case for Procedural Legitimacy
    • Nayha Acharya, 105-
  • Online Defamation Law : The Future Requires More
    • Shan Alavi, 133-

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 49 no. 2 (January 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Goldhar v. Haaretz.com : A Product of the Supreme Court’s Unfinished Project to Reform Canadian Private International Law
    • Byron Shaw and Scott Robinson, 143-
  • Recalibrating the Standard of Review of Administrative Action Yet Again – A Judicial Response to a Legislative Problem?
    • David Mullan, 171-
  • Trial Bifurcation Under Ontario Rule 6.1.01 : The “Culture Shift” Takes Two Steps Back
    • Christina Porretta and Henry Machum, 207-
  • R. v. A.R.J.D. : It’s Time to Move Beyond Stereotypes-Bound Advocacy and Decision-Making
    • Anna S.P. Wong, 222-
  • Longevity and the Law in Canada
    • J.-G. Castel and M.E. Castel, 237-
  • Claims Against Municipalities for Non-Repair of Roads and Sidewalks
    • Hillel David, W. Paul McCague and Van Krkachovski, 250-

Asper Review of International Business and Trade Law
Volume 18 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Drawing the Line : The Impact of Arbitral Decisions on Indirect Expropriation in Canadian International Investment Agreements
    • Sean Corrigan, 1-
  • Evergreening through Trade Secrets as an Impediment to Green Technology Transfer to the Developing World
    • Leslyn Lewis, 23-
  • Construction Disputes in Major Infrastructure Deliveries : Lessons from the United Kingdom for the Introduction of Statutory Dispute Adjudication in Canada
    • Rudiger Tscherning, 71-
  • “A Centenary of a Mistake?” : An Outsider’s Critical Analysis of, and Reply to, The Approach of Professor Hasnas
    • Darcy L. MacPherson, 104-
  • When the Good Samaritan Pays : The Phenomenon of Strategic Third-Party Funding
    • Kaja Zaleska-Korziuk, 160-
  • The Monopoly of Credit and the Decline of the Middle Class
    • Kassy Baker, 179-
  • The Disruptive Force of the Sharing Economy
    • Bryan P. Schwartz & Ellie Einarson, 221-

NON-REFEREED SPEECH NOTES AND FIGURES FROM THE ASPER REVIEW’S 4TH ANNUAL INTLAW CONFERENCE, HELD IN WINNIPEG, MANITOBA, CANADA ON APRIL 23-24, 2018

  • The Sharing Economy : A Story of Creative Destruction and the Erosion of Barriers to Entry
    • Lee Harding & Gerard Lucyshyn, 266-
  • The Sharing Economy – A Worker’s Perspective
    • Paul Moist, 286-
  • AirBnB’s Business and Arguments about Data
    • Tom Slee, 293-

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance
Volume 34 no. 1 (December 2018)

ARTICLES

  • A Regulatory Diagnostic Toolkit for Digital Financial Services in Emerging Markets
    • Louise Malady, Ross P. Buckley, Anton Didenko and Cheng-Yun Tsang, 1-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • The Sandbox of the UK Financial Conduct Authority as Win-Win Regulatory Device?
    • Renato Mangano, 31-
  • Open Banking : Canadian and International Developments
    • Ana Badour and Domenic Presta, 41-

CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Back to Normal? Ontario Court of Appeal Overturns Clearflow Decision on Interest Disclosure under Section 4 of the Interest Act
    • Michael Disney, Carol D. Pennycook and Derek R.G. Vesey, 49-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Bankruptcy and the U.S. Supreme Court (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Ronald J. Mann.
    • Virginia Torrie, 53-
  • Money, Payment Systems and the European Union : The Regulatory Challenges of Governance (Newcastle : Cambridge Scholars, 2016) Gabriella Gimigliano, ed.
    • George A. Papaconstantinou, 59-
  • International and Comparative Secured Transactions Law : Essays in Honour of Roderick A. Macdonald (Portland : Hart Publishing, 2017) Spyridon V. Basinas & Orkun Akseli, eds.
    • Tamara M. Buckwold, 63-
  • Insider Trading and Market Manipulation : Investigating and Prosecuting Across Borders (Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar, 2017) Janet Austin.
    • Gail E. Henderson, 71-

Canadian Class Action Review/Revue canadienne des recours collectifs
Volume 14 no. 2 (2018-2019)

INTRODUCTION

  • Harvey T. Strosberg, 275-

ARTICLES

  • Assessing Fees When Class Actions Follow Government Action
    • Misha Boutilier, 279-
  • Access to Justice Versus Freedom of Contract : A Comparative Analysis of Canada and US Enforcement of Mandatory Arbitration Agreements and Class Action Waivers
    • Natasha Rambaran, 315-
  • And (Judicially Economical) Justice for All : The Case for Class Proceedings as the Preferable Procedure in Mass Claims for Charter Damages
    • Allan Cocunato, 339-
  • The Role of Certification in Charter Class Actions to Assert the Rights of Persons in Prison
    • Alana Robert, 363-
  • Certifiable : Can a Class Action Address Canada’s On-Reserve Drinking Water Crisis?
    • Tanya Maas, 391-
  • A Statutory Solution to Ontario’s Environmental Class Action Problem : Section 99(2) of the Environmental Protection Act
    • James Boyd, 421-
  • How Class Actions Have Shaped Litigation Financing Law in Canada
    • Rachel Meland, 467-

Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada
Volume 38 no. 1 (December 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Why Does Quebec Family Law Seem So Different in the Eyes of Canadian Common Law Lawyers ? But How Different Is It Actually?
    • Dominique Goubau, 1-
  • The Use of Spousal Support Review Orders in Canada
    • Jane M. Reid and Scott L. Booth, 25-
  • Severable Offers : Resolving Issues in Family Litigation Like Beads on a String
    • Mary-Jo Maur, 63-
  • Challenging the Use of Police Enforcement Clauses in Ontario
    • Kate Mitchell, 85-

Canadian Journal of Law and Society/Revue canadienne droit et société
Volume 33 no. 3 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • “We are not Criminals” : Sex Work Clients in Canada and the Constitution of Risk Knowledge
    • Andrew Sterling and Emily van der Meulen, 291-
  • “This is Going to Affect Our Lives” : Exploring Huu-ay-aht First Nations, the Government of Canada and British Columbia’s New Relationship Through the Implementation of the Maa-nulth Treaty
    • Vanessa Sloan Morgan, Heather Castleden and Huu-ay-aht First Nations, 309-
  • Jurisdiction, Sovereignties and Akwesasne : Shiprider and the Re-Crafting of Canada-US Cross-Border Maritime Law Enforcement
    • Anna C. Pratt and Jessica Templeman, 335-
  • Le rôle du Programme des travailleurs agricoles saisonniers (PTAS) dans la vulnérabilisation des travailleurs migrants au Canada
    • Cindy Gagnon et Alexandre Couture Gagnon, 359-
  • Statute-Based Protections for Research Participant Confidentiality : Implications of the US Experience for Canada
    • Ted Palys, James L. Turk and John Lowman, 381-
  • Internet Service Providers as Privacy Custodians
    • Mike Zajko, 401-
  • Law’s Financialization : Litigation Finance and Multilayer Access to Justice in Canada
    • Michael Molavi, 425-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Réformer le droit criminel au Canada : défis et possibilités (Montréal : Yvon Blais, 2017) Julie Desrosiers, Margarida Garcia et Marie-Eve Sylvestre, dir.
    • Francis Villeneuve Ménard, 449-
  • A quoi sert le droit ? Usages, fonctions, finalités (Bruxelles : Editions Bruylant, 2016) François Ost.
    • Adélie Pomade, 452-
  • Working Towards Equity : Disability Rights Activism and Employment in Late Twentieth-Century Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2018) Dustin Galer.
    • Ravi Malhotra, 455-

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit
Volume 30 no. 3 (2018)

SPECIAL ISSUE – RACE, GENDER, AND LAW : A TRIBUTE TO THE SCHOLARSHIP OF SHERENE RAZACK / LA RACE, LE GENRE ET LE DROIT ; COMMÉMORATION DES TRAVAUX DE SHERENE RAZACK

INTRODUCTION

  • Leslie Thielen-Wilson, Carmela Murdocca, and/et Gada Mahrouse, i-

ARTICLES

  • Race, Space, and Prostitution : The Making of Settler Colonial Canada
    • Robyn Bourgeois, 371-
  • Arrested Childhood in Spaces of Indifference : The Criminalized Children of Occupied East Jerusalem
    • Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian and Shahrazad Odeh, 398-
  • Making Terror Intelligible : Narrating the Scene of Torture in the Southern Cone
    • Vannina Sztainbok and Teresa Macias, 423-
  • Still Making Canada White : Racial Governmentality and the “Good Immigrant” in Canadian Parliamentary Immigration Debates
    • Laura J. Kwak, 447-
  • Minimizing and Denying Racial Violence : Insights from the Québec Mosque Shooting
    • Gada Mahrouse, 471-
  • Feeling Property : Settler Violence in the Time of Reconciliation
    • Leslie Thielen-Wilson, 494-
  • Ethics of Accountability : Gladue, Race, and the Limits of Reparative Justice
    • Carmela Murdocca, 522-
  • “Making It Right,” Keeping It White : Race and the Demand for Queer Redress
    • Suzanne Lenon, 543-
  • Anti-Colonial Pedagogies : “[X] Justice” Movements in the United States
    • Angela P. Harris, 567-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Conquest Reformed : A Review of Prairie Rising : Indigenous Youth, Decolonization, and the Politics of Intervention (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2017), Jaskiran Dhillon.
    • Charles A. Sepulveda, 595-
  • Policing Black Lives : State Violence in Canada from Slavery to the Present (Halifax : Fernwood Publishing, 2017) Robyn Maynard.
    • Remy-Paulin Twahirwa, 599-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume 66 no. 4 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Electing into a Value-Added Tax : Evidence from Ontario Microentrepreneurs
    • Emily A. Satterthwaite, 761-
  • Proportionality and the Train of Inquiry in Tax Court Discovery : A Search for the End of the Line
    • David Jacyk and Pooja Mihailovich, 809-

POLICY FORUM

  • Equalization and Canada’s Fiscal Constitution – The Tie That Binds
    • Richard M. Bird, 847-

FEATURES

  • Finances of the Nation: “Final and Unalterable” – But Up for Negotiation : Federal-Provincial Transfers in Canada
    • Trevor Tombe, 871-
  • Current Cases: (FCA) Canada v. MacDonald; (FCA) Canada v. Rio Tinto Alcan Inc.; (ONCA) Canada Life Insurance Company of Canada v. Canada (Attorney General); (BCSC) 5551928 Manitoba Ltd. (Re)
    • Jeremie Beitel, Carrie Aiken, Rami Pandher, and Britta Graversen, 919-
  • International Tax Planning: Tax Treaty Abuse and the Principal Purpose Test – Part 2
    • David G. Duff, 947-
  • Personal Tax Planning: Credit Where It’s Due : Tax Credits for Elder-Care Expenses and Other Tax Considerations
    • Lucie Champagne and Gael Melville
  • Planification fiscale personelle: Le crédit à ceux qui le méritent : Les crédits d’impôt pour frais de soins aux aînés et autres considérations fiscales
    • Lucie Champagne et Gael Melville, 1041-
  • Selected US Tax Developments: The Impact of US Tax Reform on Canada-US Mergers and Acquisitions
    • Peter A. Glicklich and Gregg M. Benson, 1073-
  • Current Tax Reading
    • Robin Boadway and Kim Brooks, 1087-

Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies
Volume 27 (Fall 2018)

ARTICLES

  • A Safe Bet : Regulating Online Gambling and Lotteries through the Criminal Code
    • Ian Wilenius, 1-
  • Is an Ounce of Prevention Worth a Pound of Cure? Applying the Doctrine of Imminent Peril to Environmental Calamities
    • Myles Thompson, 27-
  • The Eye Inside : Remote Biosensing Technologies in Healthcare and the Law
    • Dylan Roskams-Edris, 59-
  • The Highway Runs East : Poverty, Policing, and the Missing and Murdered Women of Nova Scotia
    • J. Robert Larmer, 89-
  • Patient v. God : Determining the Standard of Care for Christian Science Practitioners in Medical Negligence Cases
    • Austen Metcalfe, 137-

Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa
Volume 49 no. 2 (2017-18)

ARTICLES

  • Legal Ethics and the Political Activity of Government Lawyers
    • Andrew Flavelle Martin, 263-
  • La relativité de la souveraineté de jure au Canada, 1600-2018
    • Kent McNeil, traduit par Geneviève Claveau, 305-
  • La validité de la Loi de 2013 sur la succession au trône
    • Benoît Pelletier, 331-
  • In-House Counsel’s Eligibility for Whistleblower Awards : A Critical and Comparative Analysis
    • Connor Bildfell, 373-
  • Legalizing Cannabis Violates the UN Drug Control Treaties, but Progressive Countries Like Canada Have Options
    • Roojin Habibi & Steven J. Hoffman, 427-

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume44 no. 1 (Fall 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Behind Closed Doors : Secret Law and the Special Advocate System in Canada
    • Graham Hudson & Daniel Alati, 1-
  • MAID in Canada? Debating the Constitutionality of Canada’s New Medical Assistance in Dying Law
    • Thomas McMorrow, 69-
  • Adducing Social Science Evidence in Constitutional Cases
    • Benjamin Perryman, 121-
  • Political Trust as the Basis for a Social Rights Enforcement Framework
    • David Vitale, 177-
  • The Consumption of Ideas : Tuberculosis, the Constitutions of Canada and South Africa, and the Progressive Development of Human Rights Instruments
    • Adam R. Houston, 221-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Canada in the World : Comparative Perspectives on the Canadian Constitution (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2018) Richard Albert & David R. Cameron.
    • Michael Adams, 253-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 88 (2019)

2017 OSGOODE HALL CONSTITUTIONAL CASES CONFERENCE

PART I: INTRODUCTION

  • Constitutional Cases 2017 : An Overview
    • Lorne Sossin, 3-
  • Land Acknowledgment, Scripting and Julius Caesar
    • Jeffery G. Hewitt, 27-

PART II: THE CHANGING COURT AND COURT DYNAMICS

  • Justice Suzanne Côté’s Reputation as a Dissenter on the Supreme Court of Canada
    • Vanessa A. MacDonnell, 47-

PART III: FRONTIERS OF PRIVACY

  • Text Message Privacy : Who Else is Reading This?
    • Gerald Chan, 69-
  • There Is a There There : Forum Selection Clauses, Consumer Protection and the Quasi-Constitutional Right to Privacy in Douez v. Facebook
    • Andrea Slane, 87-

PART IV: INDIGENOUS JUSTICE AND THE ADMINISTRATIVE STATE

  • Diagnosing Administrative Law : A Comment on Clyde River and Chippewas of the Thames First Nation
    • Kate Glover Berger, 107-
  • Delegation, Deference and Difference : In Search of a Principled Approach to Implementing and Administering Aboriginal Rights
    • Janna Promislow, 137-

PART V: THE SCOPE OF CHARTER RIGHTS AND REDRESS

  • Ernst v. Alberta Energy Regulator : A “Frack-tious” Divide on Statutory Immunities and Charter Damages
    • Joseph Cheng and Andrew Law, 181-
  • Recontextualizing Ktunaxa Nation v. British Columbia : Crown Land, History and Indigenous Religious Freedom
    • Howard Kislowicz and Senwung Luk, 205-
  • Constitutional Conversations
    • Alison M. Latimer, 231-
  • B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Assn. v. British Columbia (Attorney General) : Mandatory Registration Rules, and Limits on Third Party Political Expression under the Charter
    • Michael Pal, 249-

PART VI: UNDERSTANDINGS OF FUNDAMENTAL JUSTICE

  • Extradition, Assurances and Human Rights : Guidance from the Supreme Court of Canada in India v. Badesha
    • Joanna Harrington, 273-
  • Assn. of Justice Counsel : The Section 7 Liberty Interest in the Context of Employment
    • Hamish Stewart, 295-

PART VII: THE LEGACY AND C ONTRIBUTIONS OF BEVERLEY MCLACHLIN

  • McLachlin’s Law : In All Its Complex Majesty
    • Jamie Cameron, 307-
  • Chief Justice McLachlin and the Division of Powers
    • Mahmud Jamal, 341-
  • Punishment and Its Limits
    • Debra Parkes, 351-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 52 no. 1 (2019)

ARTICLES

  • Judicial Misconduct in the Sexual Assault Trial
    • Janine Benedet, 1-
  • Forensic Bitemark Identification Evidence in Canada
    • Jason M. Chin & D’Arcy White, 57-
  • The Trouble with Wigmore : A New Approach to Implied Waiver of Solicitor-Client Privilege
    • Brad Cramer, 109-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Human Rights and Precarious Workplaces : A Comment on British Columbia Human Rights Tribunal v Schrenk
    • Bethany Hastie, 169-
  • The Attorney General’s Forgotten Role as Legal Advisor to the Legislature : A Comment on Schmidt v Canada (Attorney General)
    • Andrew Flavelle Martin

SPECIAL SECTION : CANADA AND CLIMATE CHANGE

  • The Science, Law, and Politics of Canada’s Pathways to Paris : Introduction to UBC Law Review’s Special Section on Canada and Climate Change
    • Jason MacLean, Meinhard Doelle, & Chris Tollefson, 227-
  • The Role of Science in Contemporary Canadian Environmental Decision Making : The Example of Environmental Assessment
    • A.R. Westwood, M. Olszynski, C.H. Fox, A.T. Ford, A.L. Jacob, J.W. Moore, & W.J. Palen, 243-
  • In Search of an Ecological Approach to Constitutional Principles and Environmental Discretion in Canada
    • Lynda Collins & Lorne Sossin, 293-9

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 69 no. 1 (Winter 2019)

FOCUS FEATURE

  • Dunsmuir focus feature : Introduction
    • Robert Danay, 1-
  • A house divided : The Supreme Court of Canada’s recent jurisprudence o the standard of review
    • Robert Danay, 3-
  • Dunsmuir’s disconnect
    • Matthew Lewans, 18-
  • Dunsmuir and the scope of admissible evidence on judicial review : Principled limitations or path dependency
    • Benjamin Oliphant & Lauren J. Wihak, 31-

ARTICLES

  • Group RESPs : The interesection of government support for education savings and securities regulation
    • Gail E. Henderson, 44-
  • How the prison is a black box in punishment theory
    • Lisa Kerr, 85-
  • The concept of a linguistic community
    • Érik Labelle Eastaugh, 117-

REVIEW ESSAY

  • The ligitimacy of civil freedom
    • Florian Rödl, 159-