Key Developments in Environmental Law 2020

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The 2020 edition of Key Developments in Environmental Law features articles from the following contributors:

  • Preface to the 2020 Edition, by Stanley Berger
  • Environmental obligations and compliance during the COVID-19 pandemic: a Canadian comparison, by Julie Perron, Rick Coburn, Gabrielle K. Kramer, Matti Lemmens and Dionysios Rossi
  • What Can the Act of God Defence in Regulatory offences Tell us About Responding to the COVID19 Crisis?, by Stanley D. Berger
  • Are Unprecedented Times an Exceptional Circumstance? The COVID-19 Global Pandemic and its Impact on a Defendants Right to a Speedy Trial under Section 11(b) of the Charter, by Jessica Boily and Larissa Parker
  • Constitutional Limits on the Provinces Authority to Regulate Federal Undertakings under the Guise of Environmental Protection, by Jean Lorti, Patrick Ostiguy and David Boire-Schwab
  • Will Governments Embrace Constitutional Imperatives Flowing from the Honour of the Crown?, by Kirk Lambrecht
  • UK climate change law and the Heathrow airport decision: a narrow point of law or the high water mark for climate change litigation?, by Simon Tilling and Simon Cox
  • The Irish Supreme Court Rejects the Irish Governments Plan to Tackle Climate Change, by Stanley Berger
  • Environmental Regulatory Orders in the Wake of Redwater: Addendum, by Jennifer Fairfax, Patrick Welsh and Isabelle Crew

Publisher:
N/A

Practice Area:
Environmental

Jurisdiction:
Canada, General

Publication Date:
2020-12-17

Hardcover Specifications

Service #:
30908491

Sub #:
30908528

Pages:
180

Shelf Space:
1

Volume:
N/A

Anticip Unkeep Cost:
N/A

eBook Specifications

ISBN:
9780779894192