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Introduction: Moving from the Why to the How of Indigenous Law

Harland, Fraser (2016)

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The Treatment of Ipso Facto Clauses in Canada

Ho, Adrienne (2015)

Whether a debtor is an individual or a sophisticated financial institution, a common issue that arises is whether its insolvency alters the rights of the parties with whom the debtor has entered into contracts. Could the non-defaulting party to the contract, on the basis of the debtor’s insolvency ...

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Regulating Financial Institutions: The Value of Opacity

Anand, Anita et al. (2012)

In this article, we explore a question of institutional design: What characteristics make a regulatory agency effective? We build on the growing body of administrative law literature that rigorously examines the impacts of transparency, insulation, and related administrative processes. We argue that ...

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De Dunsmuir à Khosa

LeBel, Louis (2010)

L’exercice du contrôle judiciaire en droit administratif canadien a récemment été réexaminé par la Cour suprême du Canada dans le cadre des arrêts Dunsmuir c. Nouveau Brunswick et Canada (Ministère de la Citoyenneté et de l’Immigration) c. Khosa. L’auteur se penche sur l’impact de ...

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Breakdowns in the Democratic Process and the Law of Canadian Democracy

Pal, Michael (2011)

In this article I seek to develop a theoretical framework through which to view the law of democracy in Canada. Such a framework has been largely absent from the jurisprudence of the Supreme Court of Canada. I argue that a defining problem in the law of democracy is the existence of incentives for ...

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Victim Pays Damages to Tortfeasor: The When and Wherefore

Shmueli, Benjamin et al. (2015)

Is there a reality in which the victim pays damages to the tortfeasor? This article analyzes Calabresi and Melamed’s liability rule for the damaging party (Rule 4), where the damaged party has the right to prevent pollution if the polluter is compensated first. Under the conventional application ...

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Building a Law of Human Rights: Roncarelli v. Duplessis in Canadian Constitutional Culture

Adams, Eric M. (2010)

This article reveals how audiences, especially in anglophone Canada, initially received and interpreted Roncarelli v. Duplessis as a case, above all, about human rights. Ignoring the judgment’s myriad complexities, commentators eagerly situated the case within the Supreme Court of Canada’s “ ...

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Glamis Gold, Ltd. v. The United States and the Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard

Ryan, Margaret Clare (2011)

This article critiques the arbitral tribunal’s decision in Glamis Gold, Ltd. v. The United States of America on the basis of its interpretation of the fair and equitable treatment standard (FET) owed by state parties to foreign investors under NAFTA article 1105.Part I outlines the post-WWII ...

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Constituent Power, the Rights of Nature, and Universal Jurisdiction

Colón-Ríos, Joel (2014)

This article provides a justification for the exercise of universal jurisdiction in cases of serious environmental damage. This justification rests in important ways on the theory of constituent power. The theory of constituent power has an intergenerational component that requires the protection of ...

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