My areas of research include organizational criminal liability, corporate law, contracts, criminal law, disability rights, agency law, partnership law and secured transactions law. I am an Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, and an Associate of the Marcel A. Desautels Centre for Private Enterprise and the Law, Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, and also an Associate of the Centre for Applied and Professional Ethics, University of Manitoba.
Organizational Criminal Liability
‘Organizational’ Criminal Liability of Partnerships in Canada: Constitutional and Practical Impediments, Manitoba Law Journal (2010)
Extending Corporate Criminal Liability: Some thoughts on Bill C-45, Manitoba Law Journal (2004)
On 7 November 2003, Royal Assent was given to Bill C-45, An Act to Amend...
The Legislature Strikes Back: The Effect of Ontario’s Bill 152 on the Beneficiaries of the Statutory Duty of Care in the Peoples Decision, Alberta Law Review (2009)
The Supreme Court Restates Directors’ Fiduciary Duty – A Comment on Peoples Department Stores Inc. v. Wise, Alberta Law Review (2005)
“The Relevance of Prior Record in the Criminal Law: A Response to the Theory of Professor von Hirsch”, Queen's Law Journal (2002)
Palliative Care. An Enforceable Canadian Human Right?, McGill Journal of Law and Health (2011)
This article lays out a series of approaches for establishing an enforceable human right to...
Disability Through the Eyes of the Law: A Review of Federalism, Democracy and Disability Policy in Canada (2009)
This piece reviews Federalism, Democracy and Disability Policy in Canada, an edited collection of essays...
This is a review of the book Emmett Hall: Establishment Radical, 2nd ed.