Publication: Globe and Mail Date: Thursday March 27th, 2014 Some experts maintain that the government has to amend its election reform bill or kill it. Nathalie Des Rosiers, Dean of the Common Law Section, agreed in that she would like to see changes made to the bill.
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Publication: Economic Times Date: Thursday March 27th, 2014 The US drug regulator says it has detected no impurity in the Indian version of cholesterol-lowering generic drug Atorvastatin in recent tests. Amir Attaran, Common Law Section, was among those who briefed senators on the perils of "substandard and falsified medicines with a focus on India's quality control failures".
Publication: National Post Date: Wednesday March 26th, 2014 As of July 1, 2014, the United States will tighten the tax noose around the necks of Canadian citizens living in Canada and anyone else whom it considers to be “U.S. persons” for tax purposes. Vern Krishna, Common Law Section, discloses the implications to come from this tax enforcement.
Publication: Toronto Star Online Date: Monday March 24th, 2014 Carissima Mathen, Common Law Section, is "baffled" that Prime Minister Stephen Harper has not been clear, or that he has not instructed his justice minister to declare that they thank the Supreme Court for its decision on Justice Nadon's eligibility for a seat in the top tribunal.
Publication: CTV News National Date: Monday March 24th, 2014 (0:10- 3:35) Errol Mendes, Common Law Section, talks about the Supreme Court's rejection of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's nominee Justice Marc Nadon, who was ruled ineligible by the top court.
Publication: Toronto Star Online Date: Friday March 21st, 2014 Several reporters representing Afghan and international media announced a 15-day boycott on coverage of the Taliban after a brutal terrorist attack took place last Thursday. Stuart Hendin, Common Law Section, exposes the severe corruption in Kabul and claims that, "the situation now is that when it comes to security, I think whoever offers the most money gets the loyalty on that day. It’s heartbreaking."
Publication: Globe and Mail Date: Friday March 21st, 2014 Adam Dodek, Common Law Section, wrote an Op-Ed in which he expressed his contenment with the Supreme Court's rejection of Justice Nadon, stating that the decision is, "a triumph for the Supreme Court of Canada and a stunning defeat for the government of Stephen Harper."