Privacy, Trusts and Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Information: The Quebec Perspective in the Canadian Context by Eloïse Gratton, Pierre-Christian Collins Hoffman

Eloïse Gratton has made available for downed her article, “Privacy, Trusts and Cross-Border Transfers of Personal Information: The Quebec Perspective in the Canadian Context.”  The Abstract reads as follows:

This paper argues that data protection laws apply to prevent the disclosure of certain information relating to trusts, which are increasingly

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Anatomical Intent by Reid K. Weisbord

Reid K. Weisbord has published his article, “Anatomical Intent,” published in the Yale Law Journal Forum.  The abstract reads as follows:

The persistently dire global shortage of transplantable human organs has renewed debate about ending the ban on compensation for organ donation. This Essay contributes to that debate by exploring

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The Trust Is Central to an Understanding of Modern Banking, Business Corporations, and Representative Democracy: A Reply to Hayden & Heiden’s Comments by Jongchul Kim

Jongchul Kim has made available for download his forthcoming article, “The Trust is Central to an Understanding of Modern Banking, Business Corporations, and Representative Democracy: A Reply to Hayden & Heiden’s Comments,”  to be published in the Journal of Economic Issues, March 2015.  The abstract reads as follows:

Elsewhere (Kim

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Wills Law on the Ground by David Horton

David Horton has made available for download his forthcoming article, “Wills Law on the Ground,” to be published in the UCLA Law Review, Vol. 62, 2015.  The abstract reads as follows:

Traditional wills doctrine was notorious for its formalism. Courts insisted that testators strictly comply with the Wills Act and

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IRS Holds Private Foundation’s Investment in Corporation as Not Self-Dealing Although It is Funded by Disqualified Persons

In a ruling letter, the Internal Revenue Service (“IRS”) held that an otherwise tax exempt organization’s investment in a corporation will not be a self-dealing activity even though the organization is funded by disqualified persons.

Under section 4941(d) of the Internal Revenue Code, self-dealing between a disqualified person and a … Continue reading