The Law of Climate Change in Canada
Editor: Dennis Mahony with contributions from a team of leading lawyers and academics
from across Canada and the US
This is the first and only resource to provide an in-depth description and analysis of the
complex and ever expanding array of domestic and international laws and initiatives
addressing climate change in Canada. Containing comprehensive coverage of provincial
and federal legislation and policy developments from across Canada, The Law of
Climate Change in Canada also describes in detail some of the many emerging
climate change law sub-disciplines.
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This unique and comprehensive tool for identifying and litigating parallel import cases
uses an unbiased, multi-disciplinary approach to exploring the tensions, issues and
arguments. Use it to negotiate the boundaries of intellectual property, competition and
international trade law.
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cases are summarized and discussed with reference to relevant legislation from Canada,
the United States and the European Union.
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