Recent Table of Contents – April 2018

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 48 no. 2 (April 2018)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 60 no. 2 (March 2018)
Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law – Volume 3 no. 1 (2017)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale – Volume 60 no. 2 (April 2018)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 44 no. 1 (March 2018)
Constitutional Law/Droit constitutionnel – Volume 38 no. 1 (March 2018)
The Criminal Law Quarterly – Volume 65 nos. 3 & 4 (March 2018)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 73 no. 1 (Winter 2018)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 84 (2018)

 

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 48 no. 2 (April 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Perspectives of Tribunal Counsel on Applications for Judicial Review and Statutory Appeals in the Ontario Divisional Court
    • Brian A. Blumenthal and Voy Stelmaszynski, 137-
  • Claims, Not Causes of Action : The Misapprehension of Basic Limitations Principles
    • Daniel Zacks, 165-
  • Bill 106, Protecting Condominium Owners Act, 2015 : The Condominium Industry in Ontario Gets a Major Overhaul
    • Armand Conant and Deborah Anne Howden, 197-
  • Discrimination and the Shifting Shape of Accommodation in Ontario
    • Amandi Esonwanne, 208-
  • Derivative Actions Under the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act
    • Eric Morgan and Stephanie Henry, 222-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 60 no. 2 (March 2018)

ARTICLES

  • The Evolution of Canadian Competition Policy : A Retrospective
    • Michael Trebilcock and Francesco Ducci, 171-
  • NAV Canada : A Review after a Decade of Uncertainty
    • Marcus Roberts, 201-
  • The Duty of Corporate Directors to Tie Executive Compensation to the Long-Term Sustainability of the Firm
    • Alberto Salazar and Muthana Mohamed, 234-

COMMENTARIES

  • The Zombie Theory of Contractual Consideration : Richcraft Homes Ltd. v. Urbandale Corp.
    • Jason MacLean, 260-
  • British Columbia Court of Appeal Looks Past Unregistered Trading in Ordering Payment to Investment Finder
    • Daniel McElroy, Katie Gordon, Catherine Wade and Brian Abraham, 271-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Defences in Unjust Enrichment (Oxford, UK : Hart Publishing, 2016) A. Dyson, J. Goudkamp and F. Wilmot-Smith, eds.
    • Mitchell McInnes, 280-
  • The Money Problem : Rethinking Financial Regulation (Chicago/London, U.K. : University of Chicago Press, 2016) Morgan Ricks
    • Dan Ciuriak, 296-

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law
Volume 3 no. 1 (2017)

PROBLEMS OF INTERPRETATION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW

FOREWORD

  • Aspects of International Law : From Interpretation to Law Making
    • Louis LeBel, I-

ARTICLES

  • A Contrario Interpretation in the Jurisprudence of the International Court of Justice
    • Abdulqawi Yusuf & Daniel Peat, 1-
  • Same Pod, Different Peas : The Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties in Australian and Canadian Courts
    • Juliette McIntyre, 19-
  • The Consensus Method of Interpretation by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights
    • Lucas Lixinski, 65-
  • Interpretation and Domestic Law : The Prosecution of Rape at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia
    • Daniel Peat, 97-
  • A Suitable Population : British Columbia’s Japanese Treaty Act Litigation, 1920-1923
    • Gib van Ert, 133-
  • Inspiration for Integration : Interpreting International Trade and Investment Accords for Sustainable Development
    • Marie-Claire Cordonier Segger, 159-
  • Choice of Law and Interpretive Authority in Investor-State Arbitration
    • Joshua Karton, 217-
  • Challenges in the Identification of the “General Principles of Law Recognized by Civilized Nations” : The Approach of the International Court
    • Rumiana Yotova, 269-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 60 no. 2 (April 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Near Repeat Space-Time Patterns of Canadian Crime
    • Karla Emeno and Craig Bennell, 141-
  • Offender Risk Assessment Practices Vary across Canada
    • Guy Bourgon, Rebecca Mugford, R. Karl Hanson, and Marie Coligado, 167-
  • Les interventions informelles de désistement assisté : un étude de la portée
    • Isabelle F.-Dufour, Marie-Pierre Villeneuve et Caroline Perron, 206-
  • The Dynamic Theory of Homicide : Adverse Social Conditions and Formal Social Control as Factors Explaining the Variations of the Homicide Rate in 145 Countries
    • Marc Ouimet, Aurélien Langlade, and Claire Chabot, 241-
  • The Role of Defendant Race and Racially Charged Media in Canadian Mock Juror Decision Making
    • Laura McManus, Evelyn Maeder, and Susan Yamamoto, 266-

BOOK REVIEWS

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 44 no. 1 (March 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Do Large Employers Treat Racial Minorities More Fairly? An Analysis of Canadian Field Experiment Data
    • Rupa Banerjee, Jeffrey G. Reitz, and Phil Oreopoulos, 1-
  • Would Better Access to Preventive Care Reduce Use of Acute Care? Evidence from a Large-Scale Not-for-Profit Intervention in Alberta
    • J.C. Herbert Emery and Xiaoli Zheng, 13-
  • Are Canadian Provincial Tax Systems Becoming More Regressive? If So, in What Respects and Why?
    • Rodney Haddow, 25-
  • Invisible Young Women and Public Policy in Ontario
    • Leah Levac and Sara Worts, 41-
  • Toward a Regulatory Framework for the Legalization of Cannabis : How Do We Get to There from Here?
    • Philippe Cyrenne and Marian Shanahan, 54-
  • Comment on “Costs and Benefits of Quebec’s Drive Electric Program”
    • Philippe Barla, 77-

Constitutional Law/Droit constitutionnel
Volume 38 no. 1 (March 2018)

THIS VOLUME INCLUDES THE SPECIAL ISSUE OF SECTION 15 OF THE CHARTER AT 30 YEARS

ARTICLES

  • Introduction
    • Richard Haigh, 1-
  • Thirty Years with Section 15 of the Charter : A Report on Legislative Terminology in Canada
    • Richard Haigh, 7-
  • A Prayer for Original Meaning : A History of Section 15 and What It Should Mean for Equality
    • Kerri A. Froc, 35-
  • The Disappearance of the Four Equality Rights and Systemic Discrimination from Canadian Equality Jurisprudence
    • Mary Eberts & Kim Stanton, 89-
  • Section 15 and Distributive Underinclusiveness : Aristotle’s Revenge
    • Charles-Maxime Panaccio, 125-
  • Positive Rights and Section 15 of the Charter : Addressing a Dilemma
    • Emmett Macfarlane, 147-
  • What Should Canada’s Promised New National Accessibility Law Include? A Discussion Paper
    • David Lepofsky, 169-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 65 nos. 3 & 4 (March 2018)

EDITORIAL

  • The Urgent Need to Reform Jury Selection after the Gerald Stanley and Colten Boushie Case
    • Kent W. Roach, 271-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Using Court Orders to Manage, Supervise and Control Mentally Disordered Offenders : A Rights-Based Approach
    • Micah B. Rankin, 279-
  • Will the Ghost of Chaulk Past Ever Stop Haunting the NCRMD Present?
    • Christopher Nowlin, 297-
  • Sentence Indication Hearings : Time for a Canadian Version
    • David P. Cole, 319-
  • A Case of Foreshadowing : Justice Estey, The Criminal Law, and the Good Repute of the Administration of Justice
    • Thomson Irvine, QC, 351-
  • R. v. White : Privacy in Common Spaces
    • Chris de Sa, 370-
  • Is there a “Meaningful” Right to Counsel for Wrongfully Convicted Indigent Accused or Those Seeking to Appeal a Wrongful Conviction or Sentence in Canada? A Critical Analysis of the Ontario Court of Appeal Decision in R. v. C. (P.) (Young Person)
    • Silvia Dimitrova, 379-
  • Early Departure : Factors Associated with the Flight of Women from the Private Practice of Criminal Law
    • Dr. Natasha S. Madon, 395-
  • The Hope Principle? Exploring an Unwritten Principle of Sentencing Law
    • Derek Spencer, 414-
  • Preserving Appeal Rights When Your Client’s Only Defence is a (Failed) Charter Motion
    • Michael Shortt, 443-
  • Optional By-Products or Constitutionally-Protected Purposes? Societal Interests in Representativeness, the s. 11(f) Right to Trial by Jury, and the Kokopenace Decision
    • Misha Boutilier, 458-
  • Threat Reduction and the Power to Disrupt
    • Stanley A. Cohen, 485-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 73 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

SYMPOSIUM

  • Pour une approche renouvelée de la gestion des ressources humaines (GRH)
    • Éditeurs invités: Yves Hallée, Laurent Taskin et Steve Vincent, 3-
  • A Renewed Approach to Human Resource Management (HRM)
    • Guest editors: Yves Hallée, Laurent Taskin and Steve Vincent, 7-

ARTICLES

  • Vers la fin de la gestion des carrières? La GRH face au rôle croissant des intermédiaires du marché du travail
    • François Pichault, Nadège Lorquet et Jean-François Orianne, 11-
  • Beyond “Hero-based” Management : Revisiting HRM Practices for Managing Collective Expertise
    • Olga Lelebina and Sébastien Gand, 39-
  • La dynamique de construction d’une GRH sociétale dans une PME française de secteur de l’économie sociale et solidaire
    • Ludivine Adla et Virginie Gallego-Roquelaure, 67-

OTHER ISSUES

  • How Can the Organizing Work Involved in the Joint Regulation of Lean Projects Promote an Enabling Organization and Occupational Health?
    • Sébastien Bruère, Marie Bellemare and Sandrine Caroly, 93-
  • L’effet du mentorat sur la réussite de carrière : quelles différences entre hommes et femmes?
    • Emna Gara Bach Ouerdian, Adnane Malek et Najwa Dali, 117-
  • Expedited Arbitration : A Study of Outcomes and Duration
    • Shannon R. Webb and Terry H. Wagar, 146-
  • Prévenir les risques psychosociaux : une étude des perceptions et des pratiques des employeurs
    • Rafaël Weissbrodt, Marc Arial, Maggie Graf, Tarek Ben Jemia, Christine Villaret d’Anna et David Giauque, 174-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Framing Work : Unitary, Pluralist and Critical Perspectives in the Twenty-first Century (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) Edmund Heery / Perspectives on Contemporary Professional Work (Cheltenham : Edward Edgar, 2016) Edited by Adrian Wilkinson, Donald Hislop and Christine Coupland
    • Michael Quinlan, 204-
  • Conflits et résistances au travail (Paris : Presses de Science Po, 2017) Yvan Sainsaulieu
    • Christian Thuderoz, 207-
  • Trajectories of Neoliberal Transformation : European Industrial Relations since the 1970s (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Lucio Baccaro and Chris Howell
    • Braham Dabscheck, 210-
  • La fabrique de l’Homme nouveau. Travailler, consommer et se taire? (Lormont : Le Bord de l’eau, coll. «L’économie encastrée», 2017) Jean-Pierre Durand
    • Daniel Mercure, 212-
  • Unions and the City : Negotiating Urban Change (Ithaca : Cornell University Press, 2017) Edited by Ian Thomas Macdonald
    • Joseph B. Rose, 214-
  • Managing Performance through Training and Development (Toronto : Nelson Education Series in Human Resources Management, 2016) Alan M. Saks et Robert R. Haccoun
    • Ahmed A. Traoré, 216-
  • The Rise and Fall of Corporate Social Responsibility (Piscataway, NJ : Transaction Publishers, 2015 ; reedited by Routledge in 2017) Douglas M. Eichar
    • Larry Haiven, 219-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 84 (2018)

THE CANADIAN LAW OF OBLIGATIONS : PRIVATE LAW FOR THE 21ST CENTURY AND BEYOND

PART I THE PRIVATE LAW RESPONSE TO PUBLIC WRONGS : PUBLIC AUTHORITY LIABILITY

  • The Proximity Hurdle in Negligence Actions Against Public Authorities
    • Lewis Klar, 3-
  • Ten Reasons to Reject Unique Public Duties of Care in Negligence
    • Bruce Feldthusen, 25-
  • Devalued Liberty and Undue Deference : The Tort of False Imprisonment and the Law of Solitary Confinement
    • Efrat Arbel, 43-
  • Systemic Wrongdoing, Public Authority Liability, and the Explanatory Function of Tort Doctrine : Two Case Studies
    • Margaret I. Hall and Aliya Chouinard, 71-

PART II AFFIRMATIVE DUTIES AND LIABLITY FOR OMISSION

  • Affirmative Duties of Care : A Distinctly Canadian Contribution to the Law of Torts
    • Erika Chamberlain, 101-
  • Negligence Liability for Police Omissions : A Golden Mean
    • Alistair Price, 131-

PART III SITUATING RIGHTS IN PRIVATE LAW : TWO PERSPECTIVES

  • Rights and Torts Law : Respecting Children’s Decisional Autonomy for Medical Interventions
    • Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, 161-
  • Disabusing the Common Law of “Abuse of Rights” : The Only Legitimate Rule Redux
    • Bruce Pardy, 201-

PART IV PROTECTING PRIVACY IN THE 21ST CENTURY

  • The Divergent Paths of Commonwealth Privacy Torts
    • Samuel Beswick and William Fotherby, 225-
  • Reasonable Expectations of Privacy in Canadian Tort Law
    • Chris D.L. Hunt, 269-

PART V CAUSATION

  • The SAAMCO Principle : Damages in the Twilight Zone between Tort and Contract
    • Joost Blom, 311-

PART VI ISSUES IN CONTRACT : GOOD FAITH

  • Good Faith between Public and Private
    • John Enman-Beech, 353-