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Norman M. Fera: Apart from co-authoring Canadian Law and Business Studies (Canadian Scholars), his writings have appeared in the Law Times, The Lawyers Weekly, Workplace News, CA Magazine, Reports of Family Law, Family Law Review, Canadian Arbitration and Mediation, Municipal World, Handbook on Commercial Arbitration (U.S.), The Advocates' Quarterly, SPIDR News (U.S.), Canadian Realtor, Business Strategies for Success, and the Canadian Bankruptcy Reports. His scholarly work has been published by several universities including Dalhousie, McGill, Queen’s University of Ottawa and the University of Manitoba. He is one of the original co-authors of the loose-leaf manual on the Supreme Court of Canada; the Carswell series on the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms (1995-2000); an annotated textbook on the Ontario and federal arbitration statutes. Norman and Richard Gasparini are currently completing a manuscript with the working title Canadian Family Law in a Nutshell.

 

Richard O. Gasparini: Apart from co-authoring Canadian Law and Business Studies (Canadian Scholars), his writings have appeared in the SELS Review (Seneca College), The Advocates’ Journal, Canadian Manager, Developing Intercultural Competence in Higher Education: International Students’ Stories and Self-Reflection (eds. Lily A. Arasaratnam-Smith, Darla K. Deardorff), The Handbook of Board Governance: A Comprehensive Guide for Public, Private, and Not-for-Profit Board Members (3d ed.) (ed. Richard Leblanc), Wiley (publication date est. late 2022 or early 2023). Richard and Norman Fera are currently completing a manuscript with the working title Canadian Family Law in a Nutshell. His current working papers include: The Absence of Moral Valence in Bentham’s Utilitarianism, The Influence of Ideology on Social Policy in 20th & 21st Century Britain, The New Copyright Law: Dismantling Internet Disintermediation and The Failure of Diversity Management Initiatives in the Ontario College System.

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