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- 18Wood, Roderick J.
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- 9Bell, Catherine
- 9Billingsley, Barbara
- 9Harrington, Joanna
The regulation of science and the Charter of Rights: Would a ban on non-reproductive human cloning unjustifiably violate freedom of expression?Download
Caulfield, Timothy, Billingsley, Barbara
Non-Reproductive Human Cloning (NRHC) allows researchers to develop and clone cells, including non-reproductive cells, and to research the etiology and transmission of disease. The ability to clone specific stems cells may also allow researchers to clone cells with genetic defects and analyze...
The right to control and access genetic research information: Does McInerney offer a way out of the consent/withdrawal conundrum?Download
Ogbogu, Ubaka, Burningham, Sarah, Caulfield, Timothy
The article examines the privacy and access to information issues have emerged in relation to the collection and use of human tissue for genetic and cell-based research in Canada. Topics discussed include individuals' rights of access to and control over the research use and disclosure of genetic...
The author discusses the advent of Anton Piller orders and contrasts its benefits against the right against self incrimination.
The number of human rights ombudsman institutions has increased dramatically over the past three decades. Such institutions are prevalent in Latin America and in Central and Eastern Europe, and are increasingly found in other regions of the world as well. Forces such as democratization, public...
The treatment of receivers in the Personal Property Security Acts: Conceptual and practical implicationsDownload
Presents information on the conceptual and practical implications of the Personal Securities Act in Canada in relation to the treatment which receivers get. Details on the Act; Stipulations of the Act; What are the requirements of receiver's liability at common law.
The use of conciliation or mediation for the resolution of international commercial disputesDownload
The article focuses on international commercial disputes, which are typically between private partners. It then emphasizes the conciliation or mediation as a method for the resolution of such disputes. It explores more international rules and model laws for the use of conciliation as an...
In this article, the author challenges the tendency in common law Canada to conflate the distinction between State and society. Following the analysis of Kenneth Dyson, the author contends that the State occupies a distinct sphere produced by or contained in the interconstitutive relationship of...
Introduction: At its simplest, the \"mistake of law doctrine\" holds that money paid under a mistake of law (as opposed to one of fact) is irrevocable. As any restitution lawyer can tell you, however, the doctrine is actually anything but simple. The amount of confusion which it has generated...
Hutchison, Cameron, Yahya, Moin
Introduction: The recent Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit (CAFC) decision in NTP, Inc. v. Research in Motion, Ltd., (hereinafter the BlackBerry decision)1 ushered in a new era of jurisdictional uncertainty concerning transnation patent disputes. The court's standard of "control and beneficial...
This article examines the use of all obligation clauses in security agreements and their potential to transform an unsecured claim into a more valuable secured claim upon an assignment of the unsecured claim or the security agreement. The author addresses three arguments that have been levelled...