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Introduction: According to a recent issue of Business Week, many hotshots of American industry are fleeing publicly traded corporations for \"the money, freedom and glamour of private equity.\"' Among the reasons cited for their departure is the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, which not only...
This article returns to a colonial discourse on crime, criminals, and punishment that the court of justice enunciated and followed during an 8-year British occupation of the Cape of Good Hope in the latter part of 1795. Tapping unusually frank juridical discussions on criminality and punishment...
Punitive Damages and the Requirement for an Independent Actionable Wrong: Whiten v Pilot Insurance Co.Download
Introduction: In Whiten v. Pilot Insurance Co., the Supreme Court of Canada considered whether a jury award of $1 million in punitive damages against an insurance company for breach of a contract was reviewable. Also considered was whether breach of an insurer's duty to act in good faith amounted...
ABSTRACT. As a result of increasedaboriginaldemands, museumsand govemments are reassessing their roles as guardians of various forms of cultural property. However, an underlyingpresumption in thisprocessis thatastrictlegalanalysisofownershipwill notfavour aboriginalownershipof the...
How might one read a collection of transcriptions—such as The Beast and the Sovereign, Volume 1—that exemplifies how to read other texts deconstructively? In the spirit of Derrida’s text, a response to this question remains radically undecided; however, it certainly does not imply the absence of...