University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review

Articles from Vol. 71, No. 2, Spring

Advance Notice Provisions: Oppression and the Public Interest
ABSTRACT I INTRODUCTION II SHAREHOLDERS, DIRECTORS, AND THE CORPORATION Shareholder Voting Power Legal Strategy to Replace Directors and the Element of Surprise III ADVANCE NOTICE PROVISIONS The Mechanisms...
Technological Neutrality: Toward Copyright Convergence in the Digital Age
ABSTRACT I INTRODUCTION II WHAT IS TECHNOLOGICAL NEUTRALITY? Technological Neutrality in Canadian Jurisprudence The Problem of Perspective III CONVERGING TECHNOLOGIES IV DANGERS OF NON-NEUTRALITY IN COPYRIGHT LAW Video...
The Presumption of Jury Competence: Sarrazin's New Acknowledgment of Cognitive Biases and Its Implications for Counsel
ABSTRACT I INTRODUCTION II CORBETT AND THE PRESUMPTION OF JURY COMPETENCE III THE PRESUMPTION OF JURY COMPETENCE IN OTHER AREAS OF EVIDENCE LAW IV THE PRESUMPTION OF JURY COMPETENCE AND THE CURATIVE PROVISO V...
The Year in Review 2012
INTRODUCTION I PART 1 Jones v Tsige Bedford v Canada (AG) R v Baldree Temoin v Martin R v Pham Mihalyko (Re) Darcis v Manitoba Small v NB Liquor Lewis v Central Credit Mor-Town v MacDonald...
The Year in Review 2012
II PART 2 The following summaries are intended to give the reader an in-depth review of the significant issues and the reasons for judgment in select cases. These cases were chosen because they stand out. The summaries are longer and more detailed...