49 Can. Bus. L.J. [i] (2010)

handle is hein.journals/canadbus49 and id is 1 raw text is: CANADIAN BUSINESS
LAW JOURNAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Vol. 49, No. 1
ARTICLES AND SYMPOSIA
On Polyphony and Paradoxes in the Regulation of Securities
Within the Canadian Federation
Noura Karazivan and Jean-Franpois Gaudreault-DesBiens ..........1
The Late, But Welcome Arrival of a New Federal Not-for-Profit
Corporations Law
Wayne D. Gray .....................................40
Subordination Agreements, Bankruptcy and the PPSA
Roderick J. Wood ...................................66
COMMENTARIES
Solidarity, Unconscionability and Enforcement of Union Fines:
Birch v. Union of Taxation Employees, Local 70030
Michael Mac Neil ...................................99
Restrictions on Unilateral Termination of Franchise Agreements
Jonathan C. Lis and Adamt Ship ........................113
Nareerux Import Co. Ltd. v. Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce: A New Implied Duty of Goad Faith for Banks
Issuing Letters of Credit?
Bradley Crawford, Q.C ...............................130
REVIEW ESSAYS AND BOOK REVIEWS
Critical Moments and Turning Points in Law, Development and
Corporate Government
(Gil Lan).........................................146
Richard A. Posner, The Little Book of Plagiarism
(Mark Perry)..................................... 166
Christopher C. Nicholls, Financial Institutions: The Regulatory
Framework
(James C. Baillie) ...................................175

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