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Supreme Court Law Review, 3rd Series, Volume 1

This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2022-2023 decisions in criminal law, tax law, intellectual property, human rights and family law, along with case comments, Rule of Law papers, excerpts of Supreme Court of Canada’s 2022 Annual Review and the 2022 & 2023 lists of oral and written judgments.
Langue De Publication: English
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Hardcover | 466 pages

Publié: 28 juin 2024
ISBN/ISSN: 9780433531050

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This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2022-2023 decisions in criminal law, tax law, intellectual property, human rights and family law, along with case comments, Rule of Law papers, excerpts of Supreme Court of Canada’s 2022 Annual Review and the 2022 & 2023 lists of oral and written judgments.

 

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 Part I: The Year in Review
Developments in Criminal Law—Criminal Procedure: The 2023 Term – Richard Litkowski and Geoff Haskell

Développements en droit pénal – Détermination de la peine et droit substantif : 2022-2023 – Anne Marie Boisvert

Part II: Special Essays
Deans Knight and the Future of the General Anti-Avoidance Rule – David W. Chodikoff, Anish Kamboj and Justin Ng

Causation and Policy—Accounting of Profits for Patent Infringement – Richard Lizius

They Come in All Shapes: Hyperactive Self-Represented Appellants at the Supreme Court of Canada – Donald Netolitzky

“Interveners in 2022-2023: Trends, Criticisms and the Historical Context” – Jake Norris

R. v. Bissonnette, R. v. Hills and R. v. Hilbach: Human Dignity and the Futility of Unity in the Section 12 Analysis – Michelle Biddulph

The Continued Demise, But Not Death of Mandatory Minimum Sentencing Provisions in Canada – The Honourable Justice Wayne Gorman

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed and Something Blue: A Compilation of Legal Principles from T. (B.J.) v. D. (J.) – Joanna Harris

Part III: Supreme Court of Canada 2022 Annual Review (select sections)
Supreme Court of Canada 2022 Year in Review (select sections)

Part IV: Rule of Law
The Separation of Powers in Canada – The Honourable Malcom Rowe, Christopher Puskas and Allyse Cruise

Twenty-Seven Reserved Judgments: 2023 at the Supreme Court of Canada – Gerard J. Kennedy

Overbreadth’s Overbreadth—The Case for Overturning Overbreadth as a Principle of Fundamental Justice – Sterling Mancuso

The Assumptions of Justice Abella’s “Rule of Justice” – Stéphane Sérafin

Part V: Supreme Court of Canada Annual List of Judgments
2023 List of Oral Judgments
2023 List of Written Judgments
2022 List of Oral Judgments
2022 List of Written Judgments

Table of Cases