CJLTCanadian Journal of Learning and Technology
CJLTCanadian Journal of Law and Technology
References in periodicals archive ?
47) See Statute of Westminster, 1931 (UK), 22 George V, c 4, s 3, reprinted in RSC 1985, Appendix II, No 27 (stating that "the Parliament of a Dominion has full power to make laws having extra-territorial operation"); Croft v Dunphy (1932), 59 CCC 141 at 144, [1933] 1 DLR 225 (PC); Hunt v T&N PLC, [1993] 4 SCR 289 at 328, 109 DLR (4th) 16 ("Parliament is expressly permitted by our Constitution to legislate with international extraterritorial effect"); Zucker, supra note 27 at 146, 150; Stephen Coughlan et al, "Global Reach, Local Grasp: Constructing Extraterritorial Jurisdiction in the Age of Globalization" (2007) 6 CJLT 29 at 33.
The Scramble for Speculative and Overly Broad Genetic Patents: Implications for Access to Health Care and Biomedical Research" (2003) 2 CJLT 83; see also Margo A.
61) See Muharem Kianieff, "The Evolution of Consumer Privacy Law: How Privacy by Design Can Benefit from Insights in Commercial Law and Standardization" (2012) 10 CJLT 1 at 21-22.