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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 77

This Year-In-Review volume comprises 7 papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2014-2015 decisions in class actions law, criminal law, intellectual property, and the law of evidence, along with case comments and special essays.
Publication Language: English
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This Year-In-Review volume comprises 7 papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2014-2015 decisions in class actions law, criminal law, intellectual property, and the law of evidence, along with case comments and special essays.

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Articles
1. Dana M. Peebles, Brandon Kain and Paul Davis – Developments in Class Actions Law: The 2014-2015 Term – Securities Litigation Comes of Age at the Supreme Court of Canada
2. Richard Litkowski and Siavosh Pashang – Developments in Criminal Law: The 2015-2016 Term – Criminal Procedure
3. Ian R. Smith – Developments in Substantive Criminal law: the 2015-2016 Term
4. Sarah L.M. Weingarten and Steven G. Frankel – Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2014-2015 Term
5. Martha Bailey – The 2014-2015 Term – Revisiting the Best Interests of the Child Principle
6. L.E. Trent Horne – Developments in Intellectual Property: the 2015-2016 term
7. Matthew Estabrooks, Sarah Alasaly, Michelle Cicchino and Shawn Duguay – Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada the 2015-2016 Term

Case Comment
8. Marcus Moore – R. v. Safarzadeh-Markhali: Elements and Implications of the Supreme Court's New Rigorous Approach to Construction of Statutory Purpose

Essays
9. Robin Elliot and Michael Elliot – Taking Rationales Seriously: The Quality of the Legislative Process as a Factor in the Deference Analysis Under Section 1 of the Charter
10. Manasvin Goswami – Manasvin Goswami Coherence and Consistency in a System of Good Faith: Assessing and Explaining the Impact of Bhasin v. Hrynew on Canadian Contract Law