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Tax Court Practice
Author: Robert McMechan, Gordon Bourgard
Publisher: Scarborough, Ont. : Carswell
Canada Tax Cases
Author: John P. Renouf
Publisher: Carswell Legal Publications
Contains an extensive range of acronyms, abbreviations, and symbols found in reporters, legal treatises, law reviews, looseleaf services, legal encyclopedias, law dictionaries, legal reference books, and selected other documents. Enables users to identify the meaning of abbreviations and acronyms employed in American legal literature (Part I) and also to identify the abbreviations for titles, names, and terms used (Part II, the reversed portion). Includes abbreviations established by well-recognized authorities as well as abbreviations otherwise devised by authors in their efforts to shorten legal references and citations. This edition provides more than 1,500 new or expanded entries.
A Series of Reports of Important Decisions in Criminal and Quasi-Criminal Cases in Canada Under the Laws of the Dominion and of the Provinces thereof, with Special Reference to Decisions Under the Criminal Code of Canada, 1892, in All the Provinces; with Annotations, a Table of Cases Cited and a Digest of the Principal Matters.
Author: Richard W. Pound
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
In its sixty-year existence, the Stikeman Elliott firm has played a role in many of the most significant transactions in Canadian business history, appearing before the major courts of the country in precendent-setting litigation. Its members are at the top of the legal profession and its reach is global. Clients include major foreign investors requiring advice for entry into Canada, as well as for investments in many other parts of the world. In Stikeman Elliott: The First Fifty Years, Richard Pound recounted how Heward Stikeman and Fraser Elliott developed their small tax boutique into a national and global organization. Here Pound details the firm’s global expansion at a time of worldwide economic uncertainty. Embracing both diversity and corporate social responsibility, the organization’s unwavering commitment to client confidentiality, knowledge management, and recruiting and retaining lawyers and staff of the highest quality has helped Stikeman Elliott retain its place as one of the preeminent business law firms in the country. An insightful look at recent innovations put into practice, Stikeman Elliott: New Millenium, New Paradigms offers an insider’s view of a firm which has carved out an important role in Canadian legal and business history.
Privacy Law in the Private Sector
Author: Priscilla Platt, Lise Hendlisz, Kaufman, Jeffrey A, Daphne Intrator
Publisher: Canada Law Book