Bulletin droit criminel et réglementation

Juin 2010

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The Crown Duty to Disclose in Criminal Proceedings: R v McNeill

Bryan J. Buttigieg

In the year that has passed since the Supreme Court of Canada decision in R v Neill, the extent of the impact of decision on the Crown obligation to disclose has become clearer. Crowns, defence lawyers, witnesses and accused have...

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Government Bill Proposes Mandatory Sentences for Serious Frauds

Emily Cole

Justice Minister Rob Nicholson stated that proposed amendments to the sentencing provisions of the Criminal Code, which were reintroduced in Parliament on May 3, 2010, were designed “to ensure that people who devise and carry out serious fraud offences receive...

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The Tax Shelter Business: Big Rewards, Now Bigger Risks

David W. Chodikoff

Tax shelters have been around for a long time. The developers and marketers of these arrangements do extremely well. For years, the Canada Revenue Agency (the “CRA”) has been trying to shut down the more undesirable tax shelter arrangements. Who doesn’t...

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The Miller Thomson Foundation: Sixteen Years as a Proud Supporter of Post-Secondary Education in Canada

Since its formation in 1995, The Miller Thomson Foundation has awarded scholarships totalling $2,550,000 to 2,550 promising students pursuing post-secondary education in Canada. Gerald Courage, Chair of Miller Thomson LLP, along with Gary G. Campbell, Q.C. and The Rt. Hon....

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