Recent Table of Contents – July 2018

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance – Volume 33 no. 2 (May 2018)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 60 no. 3 (June 2018)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale – Volume 60 no. 3 (July 2018)
Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familial – Volume 31 no.1 (2018)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne - Volume66 no. 2 (2018)
National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue Nationale de Droit constitutionnel - Volume 38 no. 2 (June 2018)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 73 no. 2 (Spring 2018)

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance
Volume 33 no. 2 (May 2018)

ARTICLES

  • On the Scope and Limits of the Application of National Law by the European Central Bank within the Single Supervisory Mechanism
    • Florin Coman-Kund and Fabian Amtenbrink, 133-
  • Cryptocurrency and Blockchain : How to Regulate Something We Do Not Understand
    • Oleg Stratiev, 173-
  • The Difficult Position : PIPEDA, PC(ML)TFA, and the Challenges of Dual Compliance
    • Molly Reynolds, Aria Laskin, and Amir Eftekharpour, 213-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • Interjurisdictional Immunity, Federal Paramountcy, Co-operative Federalism, and the Disinterested Regulator : Exploring the Elements of Canadian Energy Federalism in the Grant Thornton Case
    • Fenner L. Stewart, 227-
  • Future Crypto-Concerns for Canadian Securities Regulators
    • Thomas Witteveen, 265-

CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Interest Disclosure under Section 4 of the Interest Act : The Ghost is Clanking Its Chains Again
    • Michael Disney, Carol D. Pennycook and Derek R.G. Vesey, 287-
  • Deloitte & Touche v. Livent Inc. (Receiver of) : The Supreme Court of Canada Affirms Duty of Care but Reduces Auditor’s Damages in Livent Decision
    • Andrea Laing and Adam Nickerson, 293-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Bank Resolution : The European Regime (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) Jens-Hinrich Binder and Dalvinder Singh, editors.
    • Ligia Catherine Arias-Barrera, 305-
  • Principles of Financial Regulation (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) John Armour, Dan Awrey, Paul Davies, Luca Enriques, Jeffery N. Gordon, Colin Mayer and Jennifer Payne
    • Janet Austin, 305-
  • Personal Insolvency Law in the 21st Century : A Comparative Analysis of the US and Europe (Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2017) Iain Ramsay
    • Anna Lund, 309-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 60 no. 3 (June 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Apparitions of Doctrines Past : Fundamental Breach and Exculpatory Clauses in the Post-Tercon Jurisprudence
    • Chris D.L. Hunt and Milad Javdan, 309-
  • Bre-X, NI 43-101 and the Effectiveness of Regulating Mineral Project Disclosure in Canada
    • Jeffrey Drozdiak, 343-
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Law : The Implications of Lawyers’ Professional Responsibilities for Practice Innovation
    • Carla Swansburg, 385-

COMMENTARIES

  • The Duty to Protect the Brand Against Competition : How Bertico Affects Franchisors in Ontario
    • James Judson, 404-
  • When is a Contract Not a Contract? : Douez v. Facebook Inc. and Boilerplate
    • John Enman-Beech, 428-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Secured Transactions Law Reform : Principles, Policies and Practice (Oxford, U.K. : Portland, Oregon : Hart Publishing, 2016) Louise Gullifer and N. Orkun Akseli, eds.
    • Bruce Whittaker, 444-
  • Goff & Jones : The Law of Unjust Enrichment, 9th ed. (London : Sweet & Maxwell, 2016) C. Mitchell, P. Mitchell and S. Watterson, eds.
    • Mitchell McInnes, 452-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 60 no. 3 (July 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Building Dialogue on Prison Health : Improving Access to Harm Reduction in Federal Prisons
    • Emily van der Meulen, Rai Reece, and Sandra Ka Hon Chu, 299-
  • Response to Building Dialogue on Prison Health : Improving Access to Harm Reduction in Federal Prisons
    • Jonathan Smith and Henry de Souza, 314-
  • Rebuttal to the Correctional Service of Canada’s Response
    • Emily van der Meulen, Rai Reece, and Sandra Ka Hon Chu, 318-
  • Culturally Relevant Programming versus the Status Quo : A Meta-analytic Review of the Effectiveness of Treatment of Indigenous Offenders
    • Leticia Gutierrez, Nick Chadwick, and Kayla A. Wanamaker, 321-
  • La police face aux outils numériques : Stratégies, pratiques et communication policière sur Twitter lors des manifestations à Montréal
    • Simone Tuzza, Samuel Tanner et Cassandra Carpentier-Laberge, 354-
  • Impacts of Crime Attractors and Generators on Criminality in Montreal
    • Elodie Demeau et Geneviève Parent, 387-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Will Rogers Is Jenksing Police Response Times
    • Simon Demers, 413-

BOOK REVIEWS

Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familial
Volume 31 no.1 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Remembering Professor Judith Mosoff
    • Isabel Grant and Susan B. Boyd, 1-
  • The Vanishing Body of Disability Law : Power and the Making of the Impaired Subject
    • Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry, 7-
  • Crazy Women and Hysterical Mothers : The Gendered Use of Mental-Health Labels in Custody Disputes
    • Suzanne Zaccour, 57-
  • Are You My Mother? Parentage in a Nonconjugal Family
    • Natasha Bakht and Lynda M. Collins, 105-
  • Young People as Humans in Family Court Processes : A Child Rights Approach to Legal Representation
    • Donna J. Martinson and Caterina E. Tempesta, 151-
  • Quebec’s Filiation Regime, The Roy Report’s Recommendations, and the ‘Interest of the Child’
    • Régine Tremblay, 199-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume66 no. 2 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Interaction of the Foreign Affiliate Surplus and Safe-Income Regimes : Selected Anomalies, Issues, and Planning Considerations
    • Jim Samuel, 269-
  • VAT/GST Thresholds and Small Businesses : Where to Draw the Line?
    • Yige Zu, 309-

POLICY FORUM

  • Editors’ Introduction : The Case for a Tax Commission
    • Alan Macnaughton and Kevin Milligan, 349-
  • Why Canada Needs a Comprehensive Tax Review
    • Fred O’Riordan, 351-
  • Then and Now : A Historical Perspective on the Politics of Comprehensive Tax Reform
    • Shirley Tillotson, 363-
  • Building a Tax Review Body That Is Fit for Purpose : Reconciling the Tradeoffs Between Independence and Impact
    • Jennifer Robson, 375-
  • From Independent Tax Commission to Independent Tax Authority
    • Joseph Heath, 387-

FEATURES

  • Current Cases: (FCA) Gervais v. Canada; (FCA) Canada v. Oxford Properties Group Inc.
    • Robert Korne, Joy Elkeslassy, and Andrew Stirling, 401-
  • Personal Tax Planning: Revisiting Planning for Private Company Shareholders After July 2017
    • Robert Santia, 421-
  • Planification fiscale personnelle: Réexamen de la planification pour les actionnaires de sociétés priviées après juillet 2017
    • Robert Santia, 447-
  • Selected US Tax Developments: A Close Look at Some of the New US Tax Rules
    • Michael Miller, 475-
  • Current Tax Reading
    • Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 491-

National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue Nationale de Droit constitutionnel
Volume 38 no. 2 (June 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Taking One Step Forward, Preventing Two Steps Back : Applying Criminal Lawyers’ Association to Invalidate Extreme Legislative Restrictions on Access to Government Information
    • Vincent Kazmierski, 209-
  • Revisiting the Limits on Judicial Expression in the Digital Age : Striving Towards Proportionality in the Cyber Intimidation Context
    • Karen Eltis & Yigal Mersel, 247-
  • “To the extent of the inconsistency” Charter Remedies and the Constitutional Dialogue
    • Jeanette Ettel, 279-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 73 no. 2 (Spring 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Canadian Aboriginal/Non-Aboriginal wage Gaps : Evidence from the 2011 National Household Survey
    • Danielle Lamb, Margaret Yap and Michael Turk, 225-
  • La discussion des modèles d’action, une condition pour l’action des comités en santé et en sécurité au travail
    • Bernard Dugué et Johann Petit, 252-
  • Topics a Union President Visited to Mobilize Members
    • Yonatan Reshef and Charles Keim, 274-
  • La culpabilité au travail : La parole aux salariés
    • Bénédicte Berthe et Camille Chédotal, 295-
  • “We are like a family!” : Flexibility and Intention to Stay in Boutique Hotels in Turkey
    • Banu S. Unsal-Akbiyik and Isik U. Zeytinoglu, 319-
  • Les organisations en soutien aux démarches de (ré)insertion socioprofessionnelle des personnes en situation d’itinérance : de nouveaux acteurs en relations industrielles au Québec?
    • Yves Hallée et Gabrielle Plamondon, 343-
  • Equal Education, Unequal Jobs : College and University Students with Disabilities
    • Jennifer Stewart and Saul Schwartz, 369-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • The Emerging Industrial Relations of China (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Edited by William Brown and Chang Kai
    • Bruce E. Kaufman, 395-
  • Defying Expectations : The Case of UFCW Local 401 (Edmonton : AU Press, Athabasca University, 2018) Jason Foster
    • Braham Dabscheck, 398-
  • How Capitalism Destroyed Itself : Technology Displaced by Financial Innovation (Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) William Kingston
    • Marick F. Masters, 399-
  • The Great Cowboy Strike : Bullets, Ballots and Class Conflicts in the American West (London and Brooklyn : Verso, 2017) Mark A. Lause
    • Braham Dabscheck, 401-
  • Le stress au travail, un enjeu de santé (Paris : Odile Jacob, 2015) Patrick Légeron
    • Salima Kamoun, 403-
  • Travail et subjectivité : perspectives critiques (Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval, Collection sociologie contemporaine, 2017) Daniel Mercure et Marie-Pierre Bourdages-Sylvain
    • Guelmbaye Ngarsandjé, 405-
  • Syndicalisme et santé au travail (Vulaine-sur-Seine, France : Éditions du Croquant, 2017) Dirigé par Lucie Goussard et Guillaume Tiffon
    • Geneviève Baril-Gingras, 408-