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Aktuální otázky právní metodologie

  1. Mgr. Jaroslav BENÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Possibilities and limits of "law and economics" approach in the study of constitutional law
  2. JUDr. Lenka BEZOUŠKOVÁ, Ph.D. LL.M., Czech Republic
    Maqasid ash-Shari´a and Interpretation of Islamic Law
  3. doc. PhDr. Ján ČIPKÁR, PhD., Slovak Republic
    A Few Notes on the Methodological Problems of Legal Research
  4. Libor DUŠEK, PhD, Czech Republic
    A concrete practical contribution of law and economics - determining the damages for pain and suffering under the new civil code
  5. Mgr. Marcel FANDÁK, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  6. Mgr. Jana FANDÁKOVÁ, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  7. Mgr. Richard FIEBIG, Slovak Republic
    The Basic Limits of Making Over the Law by the Means of Analogy
  8. JUDr. Martin HAPLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Creation and Interpretation of Law – Definition of Concepts in Postmodern Situation
  9. Jaromír HARVÁNEK, Czech Republic
  10. JUDr. Lukáš HLOUCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    New Civil Code and Teleological Interpretation
  11. Doc.PhDr. Tatiana MACHALOVÁ,, CSc., , Czech Republic
    What kind of justification of human rights is needed?
  12. Mgr. Marek NEŠTINA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Vagueness and Interpretation in Law
  13. JUDr. Petr OSINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  14. JUDr. Jan PINZ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Legal Methodology in the Architectonics of Legal Sciences
  15. Mgr. Marián ROZBORA, Czech Republic
    Category of reasonableness as methodological dilemma
  16. JUDr. Martin SOBOTKA, Czech Republic
    The Legislative Intent of the New Civil Code
  17. Dr Jacek SROKOSZ, Poland
    The American discussion on the value of the Langdell’s education method of teaching students to „thinking like a lawyer”, and possibility of its implementation in Polish legal education.
  18. JUDr. Dominik ŠOLTYS, Slovak Republic
    Human rights in legal philosophy of Robert Alexy
  19. JUDr. Mgr. Martin TURČAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    On rule "unclear in light of clear"
  20. JUDr. Nadežda VACULÍKOVÁ, PhD., Czech Republic
    Hermeneutics in law and legal hermeneutics
  21. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Miloš VEČEŘA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Purpose of law as a means of interpretation

An Injured Party and Victim and their Position in the Criminal Proceedings

  1. Mgr. Eva BIEDERMANOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. doc. JUDr. Eduard BURDA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
    The deciding on compensation for damage in an adhesion proceeding
  3. doc. JUDr. Jozef ČENTÉŠ, PhD., Czech Republic
    The deciding on compensation for damage in an adhesion proceeding
  4. Mgr. Lenka ČIHÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Victims of Terrorism
  5. Pavel DOUBEK, Czech Republic
  6. prof. JUDr. Jaroslav FENYK, PhD., DSc., Univ. Priv. Prof., Czech Republic
  7. doc. JUDr. Marek FRYŠTÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Ing. Vladimír GAJDIČIAR, Slovak Republic
    Misuse of Position of an Injured Party in Criminal Proceeding
  9. Mgr. Dušan GAĽO, Czech Republic
    State and interests of the aggrieved person in plea bargaining.
  10. JUDr. Roman HEINZ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  11. JUDr. Čestmír CHALOUPKA, Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. Ivana JAROŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Victims of stalking
  13. doc. JUDr. Věra KALVODOVÁ, Dr., Czech Republic
    Principle of taking into consideration of an injured person`s interests
  14. JUDr. Jana KLESNIAKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Influence of the Victims of Crime Act to the position of victims in criminal proceeding
  15. doc. JUDr. Jan KOCINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    civil aspects of adhesive proceeding
  16. JUDr. et Mgr. Zdeněk KOPEČNÝ, Czech Republic
  17. prof. JUDr. Vladimír KRATOCHVÍL, CSc., Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Zdeněk KREJČÍ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Instruction for both the damaged and the victim?
  19. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Compensation of the victim in the new statute 45/2013 Sb.
  20. Mgr. Jana KURSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Diversions from the view of victim and injured party
  21. JUDr. Andrej LOBOTKA, Czech Republic
    The victims of the crime of false accusation
  22. Mgr. Romana MACHOTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  23. Petra MASOPUST ŠACHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The use of restorative programmes in the Czech criminal proceedings.
  24. JUDr. Jozef MEDELSKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legislative activities of the Council of Europe and the victim in criminal proceeding
  25. JUDr. Tereza NĚMCOVÁ ČÁSLAVSKÁ, Czech Republic
  26. Mgr. Kateřina PACALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. JUDr. Jana PEŠOUTOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Procedures of victim´s examination assurance in the context of international legal assistance
  28. Mgr. Jan PROVAZNÍK, Czech Republic
    Immaterial rights of the injured party in criminal proceedings
  29. Mgr. Bc. Jolana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Practical case study of information provided to victims in criminal proceedings
  30. JUDr. Mgr. Vilmos SEREGI, Hungary
    The rights of victim in Hungary
  31. Vladan SLAVĚTÍNSKÝ, Czech Republic
  32. Mgr. Lenka STAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    victims of the violent crimes
  33. JUDr. Ing. Jozef STOPKA, Slovak Republic
    Position of the victim in criminal proceeding in European context
  34. Prof. JUDr. Pavel ŠÁMAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  35. doc. JUDr. Filip ŠČERBA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  36. Mgr. Klára ŠKRLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. JUDr. Petr ŠKVAIN, Czech Republic
  38. JUDr. Bystrík ŠRAMEL, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Possibilities of application of subsidiary prosecution in criminal procedure
  39. Ondrej ŠTEFÁNIK, Czech Republic
    Victims of crime and restorative justice
  40. Mgr. Kateřina ŠTREJTOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Victim of Domestic Violence in perspective of Act No. 45/2013 Coll.
  41. Mgr. Milan TRYLČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Dodám
  42. JUDr. Roman VICHEREK, Czech Republic
    Court decisions on compensation for damage in criminal proceedings
  43. Mgr. Jiří VLACH, Czech Republic
  44. JUDr. et Ing. Ladislav VLACHOVIČ, Slovak Republic
    The rights of victim de lege ferenda in Slovak republic
  45. Mgr. Petr ZARIVNIJ, Czech Republic
    Victim Impact Statement
  46. JUDr. Jan ZŮBEK, Czech Republic
    Secured aggrieved in insolvency proceedings
  47. JUDr. Eva ŽATECKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Position of Aggrieved Party in Criminal Procedure against Juveniles

Elections, mainly presidential

  1. Lucie BERANOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Jan BROŽ, Czech Republic
  3. JUDr. Marek DOMIN, Slovak Republic
    Direct election of the President and the institute of countersignature
  4. Martina FOJTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. Mgr. Michal HÁJEK, Czech Republic
    Elections and Media
  6. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
  7. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
  8. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
  9. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
  10. PhDr. Pavol JUHÁS, Slovak Republic
  11. Mgr. Pavel KANDALEC, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. Bc. Ivo KEISLER, Czech Republic
    Election of the President and His Role in Lithuanian Constitutional System
  13. Miroslav KNOB, Czech Republic
    Judicial review of internal democracy in political parties
  14. JUDr. Marian KOKEŠ, Czech Republic
    Constitutionality of Campaign Spending Limits - unresolved question?
  15. Andrea KORÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk KOUDELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Presidential Election
  17. Bc. Martin KOZÁK, Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Jarmila KUŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. University Lecturer Doctor TROCAN LAURA MAGDALENA, University Lecturer Ph.D., Romania
    ORGANISATION AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE ELECTIONS FOR THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT IN ROMANIA
  20. Jan MACURA, Czech Republic
  21. doc. JUDr. Klaudia MARCZYOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Selected aspects of election law
  22. Mgr. Jozef MELICH, Slovak Republic
    Elections to Municipal and Self-Governing Regional Bodies
  23. JUDr. Pavel MOLEK, Czech Republic
  24. Lucie MRÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  25. Vítězslav NĚMČÁK, Czech Republic
    Czech-french comparison of financing of presidential campaing
  26. doc. JUDr. Antonín NESVADBA, PhD., Czech Republic
    Aspects of lobbying as part of the political system of the Slovak Republic
  27. Mgr. Simona ONDEČKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The Presidential Elections and legislation in SR (current situation and prospects in legislative form of the proposed election code)
  28. Oldřich PESLAR, Czech Republic
  29. Lenka PÍČOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Tomáš SOBEK, Czech Republic
    A moral duty to vote
  31. doc. JUDr. Vojtěch ŠIMÍČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  32. Jan ŠMAKAL, Czech Republic
    Election treshold in the elections to the European Parliament: German way (not) to be followed?
  33. PhDr. Mgr. Jan ŠMÍD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Hungarian electoral law as an example of electoral engineering
  34. Tereza ŠTOURAČOVÁ, Czech Republic
  35. Dr. Attila VINCZE, LL.M., Czech Republic
    Election and powers of the Hungarian President of Republic
  36. Anna Katerina VINTROVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. JUDr. Rostislav VRZAL, Czech Republic
    Public service television and elections
  38. David ZAHUMENSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Freedom of Expression of politicians in case law of the ECtHR

Interaction of private and financial law

  1. JUDr. Helena BALVÍNOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Banking Union
  2. doc. Ing. Jiří BLAŽEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Economic instruments of financial regulation
  3. doc. JUDr. Radim BOHÁČ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The concepts of private law in tax law
  4. Ing. Karolína ČERVENÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Genesis of direct taxes in Slovakia with emphasis on legislation
  5. Anna DROBYSHEVA, Russian Federation
    will be specified
  6. LL.M. Kamil DYBIEC, Poland
    Feasibility of Congestion Charges
  7. Dr. Zsombor ERCSEY, PhD, Hungary
    Taxes on interest in Hungary
  8. JUDr. Ivana FORRAIOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Guarantie upon VAT- protection of fiscal interests (at all costs)
  9. JUDr. Ing. Kristýna FRONC CHALUPECKÁ, Czech Republic
    The relationship between insolvency and the financial law
  10. Mgr. Lenka GERŽOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Taxation of Trust under the new Civil Code. Absence of legal personality of Trust in the Tax law
  11. Mgr. Ing. Zuzana HAJNÁ, Czech Republic
    Effect of invalidity of private law legal act in taxation
  12. Mgr. Ing. Filip HEJL, Czech Republic
    Legal aspects of virtual currency
  13. JUDr. Simona HESEKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Financial and legal perspective on the necessity to improve the protection of consumers and their financial literacy on the financial market
  14. Mgr. Martin HOBZA, Czech Republic
    Taxation of investmet funds in the light of new legislaion
  15. JUDr. Mgr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    "Running Hare is a Immovable Property, Shoot Dead One is a Movable Property.“ Part and Accessories of Thing and Tax Law.
  16. Mgr., Ing. Marian HORVÁTH, Czech Republic
    PENETRATION OF ELEMENTS OF PRIVATE LAW INTO FINANCIAL LAW IN THE CONTEXT OF PRIVATE LAW RECODIFICATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC
  17. JUDr. Tomáš HULKÓ, Slovak Republic
  18. Professor Elena CHERNIKOVA, Russian Federation
    Saving the economic entity as a factor of economic stability
  19. JUDr. Petra JÁNOŠÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Effects of new civil code on the tax system in the Czech Republic
  20. Michal JANOVEC, Czech Republic
    Professional care of institutions operating on the financial markets
  21. Mgr. Ing. Jiří JAROŠ, Czech Republic
    Managing Private and Public Legal Entities via Project Financing
  22. Mgr. Monika JEŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The financial-legal aspects of the inheritance procedure after 2013
  23. JUDr. Ing. Michal JUHÁS, Slovak Republic
    Koexistencia zmluvnej voľnosti a cenovej regulácie elektrickej energie- metodiky v podmienkach SR
  24. Prof. dr Marina KARASEVA (SENTSOVA), Russian Federation
    The Russian Tax Legislation and the Problems of Terminology in Application of Tax Law
  25. JUDr. Michael KOHAJDA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Relationship Between Terms ”Consumer” in Private Law and “Client” in Financial Market Law
  26. Stanislav KOUBA, Czech Republic
    Domestic Tax law and foreign institute of private law
  27. Dr Mgr. Michal KOZIEŁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The concept of debt in the public and private law
  28. Mgr. Pavel KRÁL, Czech Republic
  29. Jana KRANECOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Influence of civil law recodification on financial relations of municipalities and regions
  30. Vít KROPJOK, Czech Republic
    Tax changes in realty acquisition as a result of a private law recodification
  31. Mgr. Lubomír KUČERA, Czech Republic
    Interaction of private and customs law
  32. Adéla KUČEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    The European Union financial transaction tax and its possible consequences
  33. JUDr. Ing. Libor KYNCL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Anti-Money Laundering and Anonymous Shareholders
  34. Dr Krzysztof LASINSKI-SULECKI, Poland
    Unjust enrichment in tax law
  35. Dr. Tomasz MACHELSKI, Poland
    On the Distinction Between a Mutuum and a Depositum – Legal Principles on Money and Banking
  36. prof. JUDr. Hana MARKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Regulatory possibilities of Budget Law and Tax Law in relation to Public Law
  37. JUDr. Pavel MATOUŠEK, Czech Republic
    Financial Law and Gold
  38. JUDr. Vladislav MIČÁTEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Financial and legal perspective on the necessity to improve the protection of consumers and their financial literacy on the financial market
  39. dr hab. Wojciech MORAWSKI, prof. UMK, Poland
    The tax rulings and the civil contracts - Polish experience
  40. doc. JUDr. Petr MRKÝVKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Private elements in the method of regulation in financial law
  41. Mgr. Martina MUŠÁLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Tax and social aspects of family business - comparative view
  42. Mgr. Jan NECKÁŘ, Czech Republic
    Konflikt insolvenčního a daňového práva
  43. Alan NEKHAY, Russian Federation
    will be specified
  44. Lenka NĚMCOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The interaction of private and financial law in the process of changing the property owner
  45. JUDr. Zdenka PAPOUŠKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Institute "public benefit"
  46. Prof. Oleg V. PARILOV , Russian Federation
  47. JUDr. Ivana PAŘÍZKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The influence of private law on the tax norm creation of municipalities
  48. Mgr. Ing. Jana PETRŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Home loan and its tax contects
  49. LL.M Paulina PIEPRZYK, Poland
    The principle of egalitarianism and subsidiarity in health care systems of selected European countries.
  50. doc. JUDr. Ing. Michal RADVAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Interaction of private and tax law
  51. full professor Eugeniusz RUŚKOWSKI, Poland
  52. JUDr. Kristýna ŘEZNÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The dog as an animal and the subject of local tax
  53. JUDr. Jozef SÁBO, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Mismatches in tax classification, tax avoidance and tax policy of European Union
  54. JUDr. Tomáš SEJKORA, Czech Republic
    Tax aspects of selected forms of spouses' enterprise cooperation
  55. Mgr. Johan SCHWEIGL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Standardization of Terminology Used in the EU Financial Services Legislation
  56. mgr Michał SOĆKO, Poland
    Institution of deduction from remuneration for work in the Polish Labor Code as an example of the interaction of financial law and private law
  57. JUDr. Dana ŠRAMKOVÁ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Interaction of private and customs law
  58. Mgr.Bc. Eva ŠULCOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Regulation of current accounts
  59. Prof. Vladimir Alexandrovich TIMCHENKO, Russian Federation
  60. Mgr. Václav TOUL, Czech Republic
  61. JUDr. Roman VYBÍRAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Insurance Contract in the New Civil Code

Judicial system and courts in historical context

  1. JUDr. PhDr. Stanislav BALÍK , Czech Republic
    Disciplinary procedure against lawyers and legal candidates in Bohemia in years 1872-1914
  2. JUDr. Lenka BEZOUŠKOVÁ, Ph.D. LL.M., Czech Republic
    Shari´a and State Courts in the Course of Time
  3. JUDr. Martin CEMPÍREK, Czech Republic
    Criminal traffic offenses
  4. JUDr. Lumír CRHA, Czech Republic
    Rehabilitation 1990 as a look into the history of law.
  5. JUDr. Mgr. Radek ČERNOCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Reichskammergericht and Its Influence upon the Reception of Roman Law
  6. JUDr. Miroslav ČERNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Papal Justice in the Middle Ages
  7. Petr DOSTALIK, Czech Republic
    The Problem of Custodia in the Modern Law
  8. JUDr. Katarína FEDOROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The case of student Danilov and Russian jury courts after the judicial reform of 1864
  9. JUDr. Miroslav FRÝDEK, Czech Republic
    Delays in court proceedings yesterday and today
  10. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš GÁBRIŠ, PhD., LLM, MA, Slovak Republic
    Separation of judiciary and administration in the Hungarian Kingdom of 19th and 20th Centuries
  11. Mgr. Petra HAVLÍČKOVÁ , Czech Republic
    Crimes of women in the period of 1788-1850 was addressed by the Criminal Court in Jihlava
  12. Jan CHUDOBA, Czech Republic
    Supreme Court of the USSR and Its Procurator in the USSR Constitution of 1924
  13. Mgr. Petra JANOUŠKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr. David KOHOUT, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Schizophrenia of Courts and Judges in the Trials of Nazi Criminals
  15. JUDr. David KOLUMBER, Czech Republic
    Brief overview and comparison of the constitutional justice in Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia
  16. Mgr. et Mgr. Alica KŘÁPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Organization of judiciary in Magdeburg municipal law based on legal sources of town Zilina
  17. JUDr. Veronika MARKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Historical aspects of creation of Specialized criminal court
  18. Petr MOC, Czech Republic
    Jury justice in the Czech lands in the 2nd half of the 19th century
  19. dr. Kitti POLLÁK, Hungary
    Evolution of different alternatives of legal remedy in Hungarian administrative procedures
  20. Michal POVAŽAN, Slovak Republic
    Criminal justice and criminal procedure after 1867 in Hungary
  21. JUDr. Pavel SALÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. Dr. Pál SÁRY, PhD, Hungary
    The Roman Senate as a Criminal Court under the Principate
  23. Doc. JUDr. Karel SCHELLE, CSc., Czech Republic
    The History of Judicial Arbitration
  24. JUDr. PhDr. Martin SKALOŠ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The evolution of the justice and its place in the system of organs of the state in our territory in the years 1945-1989
  25. Mgr. Kamila STLOUKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    to be announced
  26. dr. Zsuzsa SZAKÁLY, Hungary
    Transitional or Permanent? - The Transitional Provisions of the Fundamental Law of Hungary
  27. JUDr. Jan ŠEJDL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněn
  28. Mgr. et Mgr. Naďa ŠTACHOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Tomáš Štítný's Discourse to the Judges
  29. JUDr. Ján ŠTEFANICA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The judiciary and political trials in Czechoslovakia from 1948 to 1956.
  30. Mgr. Michaela ŠVANCAROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Retribution judiciary in the context of 1. Slovak republic
  31. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír TAUCHEN, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    The National Court in the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia
  32. JUDr. Bc. Pavel VETEŠNÍK, Czech Republic
    The development of the administrative judiciary in the Czech Republic
  33. Prof. JUDr. Ladislav VOJÁČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Working judiciary in interwar Czechoslovakia

Legal Protection against Administrative Acts (Individual and Mixed) which are not in Legal Force

  1. JUDr. Jozef BANDŽAK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Review of administrative decisions in the case of disciplinary offences by police officers
  2. Mgr. et Mgr. Helena BARTÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Non-participant's Defenses against Ineffective Decisions of Administrative Bodies in the Comtext of Competition Law
  3. Mgr. Ing. Lenka BURSÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    (Im)partiality in remonstrance proceedings?
  4. Mgr. Michaela ČERNÍNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. Dr. Júlia FEHÉR, Czech Republic
  6. JUDr. Zdeněk FIALA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Review of the administrative decision in the case administrative offense
  7. JUDr. Kateřina FRUMAROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Ľudmila GAJDOŠÍKOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Legal Protection against Administrative Acts of Individual and „Mixed“ Nature within the Context of the Decision-making of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic
  9. doc. JUDr. Petr HAVLAN, CSc., Czech Republic
  10. Mgr David HEJČ, Czech Republic
    Effectiveness of objections and comments against a measure of general nature.
  11. JUDr. Petr HLUŠTÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno později
  12. JUDr. Monika HORÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    will be specified
  13. Ing. Daniela HORNÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. doc., JUDr. Eva HORZINKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    will be specified
  15. doc. JUDr. Gábor HULKÓ, PhD., Hungary
  16. JUDr. Josef CHÝLE, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal Protection against Administrative Acts of Office for the Protection of Competition in Czech Republic and the comparison with other countries
  17. JUDr. Mgr. Luboš JEMELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Stanislav KADEČKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  19. Dr. János KÁLMÁN, Hungary
  20. Mgr. et Mgr. Eva KEBRLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal Protection against Administrative Acts which are not in Legal Force within the Area of Monument Preservation
  21. JUDr. Petr KOLMAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    On the issue of interim measures
  22. JUDr. Ing. Jan KOPŘIVA, Czech Republic
    Administrative law perspective of employing foreigners
  23. JUDr. Bc. Jakub KRÁL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal Protection in Case of Price and Reimbursement Regulation Administrative Acts
  24. Mgr. Bc. Alžbeta KRÁLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Specifics of Legal Protection against Immigration Law Decisions
  25. Mgr. Petr KRUTIŠ, Czech Republic
  26. JUDr. Ivo KRÝSA, Ph.D.,LL.M., Czech Republic
    Legal protection against decision conditioned by a binding opinion
  27. Mgr. Petra MELOTÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Office for Personal Data Protection - Problems in Decision-making
  28. Mgr. Ing. Kamil NEJEZCHLEB, Czech Republic
    Appeal of the "non-participant" to proceedings in merger review - suprising decision of the Regional court in Brno
  29. JUDr. Miriam ODLEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Administrative expulsion and detention as a legal institutes limiting freedom of movement and residence of foreigners
  30. JUDr. Tomáš PERÁČEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    On some problems of free access to information
  31. JUDr. Soňa POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Protection against fictitious administrative acts
  32. JUDr. Lukáš POTĚŠIL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Ordinary remedies in the V4 countries
  33. JUDr. Olga POUPEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  34. Mgr. Petr PROKOP, Czech Republic
  35. Prof. JUDr. Petr PRŮCHA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno...
  36. Mgr. Alžběta RYNDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. JUDr. Stanislav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  38. JUDr. Emil SEMJAN, Slovak Republic
    The lack of suspensive effect of an appeal against certain decisions in the asylum procedure and its possible implications for the implementation of performance expulsion.
  39. Doc. JUDr. Soňa SKULOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    will be specified
  40. JUDr. Veronika SMUTNÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal Protection against Administrative Acts of Higher Education Institutions
  41. Mgr. Jana SUCHANOVÁ, Czech Republic
  42. Mgr. Tomáš SVOBODA, Czech Republic
    Protection against municipalities denying access to information
  43. JUDr. Marián ŠEVČÍK, CSc., Slovak Republic
    to be completed
  44. JUDr. Martin ŠKUREK, Czech Republic
    The appeal procedure in terms of European administrative penalty law
  45. Mgr. Pavla ŠUPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  46. mgr Maciej TUREK, Poland
  47. JUDr. Radomíra VALÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  48. Jiří VENCLÍČEK, Czech Republic
    ''Precedents'' and efficiency of administrative punishing
  49. JUDr. Hana VIČAROVÁ HEFNEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Review of fictitious negative decisions in administrative proceedings focused on free access to information
  50. JUDr. Pavol ZLOCH, CSc., Slovak Republic
    to be completed

Right on Maintenance vs. Obligation to Maintain

  1. JUDr. Bc. Stanislav BRUNCKO, Czech Republic
    Nature and purpose of the maintenance
  2. JUDr. Jozef CABAN, Slovak Republic
    Maintenance for shared custody.
  3. JUDr. Ing. Radovan DÁVID, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  4. Doc. JUDr. Svetlana FICOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Is the interest derived from maintenance payment preferential debt within the execution procedure?
  5. prof. JUDr. Zdeňka GREGOROVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  6. Mgr. Dana HAVLÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  7. JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Criminal Law Aspects of The Crime of Malpractice Nutrition
  8. Mgr. Michaela JANOČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    International recovery of maintenance
  9. Mgr. Jitka JORDÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The ability of the child to make a living as a criterion which leads to the termination of maintenance obligations
  10. Mgr. Jakub JUŘENA, Czech Republic
    Alimony in Insolvecy Proceedings
  11. Martin KORNEL, Czech Republic
    Maintenance obligation v.s duty to contribute on family household
  12. Mgr. Veronika KOZLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Maintenance obligation in relation to the homeban in cases of domestic violence
  13. doc. JUDr. Zdeňka KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    later
  14. JUDr. Jana MICHALIČKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The amount of maintenance and the best interests of the child
  15. Mgr. Martina POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Ing. Romana ROGALEWICZOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Continuation of Maintenance Duty in the Point of View of Bonos Mores
  17. Eva ROZSÍVALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Monika SCHÖN, Czech Republic
    Parental responsibilities and parental maintenance duty
  19. JUDr. Ondřej ŠMÍD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Maintenance vs. maintenance obligation
  20. Adriana VALCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. Nikola VINOPALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Maintenance obligation from the perspective of the insolvency proceeding
  22. Mgr. Bc. Veronika VLČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Execution of Suspesion of Driving Licence
  23. Mgr. Jana VOLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Maintenance from the perspective of wrongful life and wrongful birth claims
  24. Mgr. Jakub VRANÍK, Czech Republic
    Suspension of the driving licence as a way of distraint
  25. JUDr. Jiří ZRŮST, Czech Republic
    Some notes on current legislation determining maintenance grant in the Czech republic.

The New Czech Civil Code from the Perspective of International Commercial Transactions

  1. JUDr. Filip ČERNÝ, Czech Republic
    Polemics on absence of material norms of international pravte law in international trade
  2. JUDr. Petr DOBIÁŠ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Insurance of the Complete Industrial Plants in International Trade
  3. JUDr. Klára DRLIČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Application of the New Civil Code on the International Sale of Goods
  4. RNDr. Mgr. Hana FUNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Conflict of Laws Rules for an Insurance Contract under Old and New Private International Law Act
  5. Mgr. Slavomír HALLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Assignment of contract and its impacts on the subjective scope of arbitration clause
  6. JUDr. Jan HAVLÍČEK , Czech Republic
    Bude doplněn
  7. Ivo HEGER, Czech Republic
    Standard Terms & Conditions in International Trade
  8. JUDr. Miluše HRNČIŘÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněno
  9. Mgr. Pavlína JANEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Usages in the International Trade
  10. Mgr. Tomáš KOZÁREK, Czech Republic
    Pre-contract liability - comparation existing regulations and the new Civil Code
  11. Mgr. Jaroslav KRÁLÍČEK, Czech Republic
    Formation of the contract under the new Czech Civil Code as an alternative to CISG
  12. JUDr. Tereza KYSELOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Selected Issues of Electronic Contracting in the view of CISG, the New Civil Code and CESL
  13. Radvan NOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr Mária PASTORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Liquidated damages under the New Civil Code with the connection to CISG
  15. JUDr. Mgr. Magdalena PFEIFFER, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Kateřina REMSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Factual defect in the view of new Czech Civil Code and CISG
  17. Mgr. Iveta ROHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Standard terms as part of international sales contract with a view to the New Civil Code (in comparison with CISG and UNIDROIT Principles)
  18. Bc. Irena RYŠÁNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Iva ŠIMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Damages under the new Civil Code - camparisino with the CISG
  20. Josef ZICH, Czech Republic

The reform of private law

  1. Martina BARÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. prof. JUDr. Josef BEJČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Law-branch-creating impact of the codes
  3. mgr Marta BUDZINOWSKA, Poland
    The tendencies and the propositions of re-codification of the Polish Civil Code
  4. Dr. György CZIRFUSZ, Czech Republic
  5. Bc. Martin ČAJKA, Czech Republic
  6. Mgr. Jaroslav ČOLLÁK, Slovak Republic
    Doctrine of abuse of right – legal institute in the light of recodification of private law in Slovak republic
  7. JUDr. Kateřina ČUHELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Eva DOBROVOLNÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Consensual principle of the tranfer of ownership from the european point of view
  9. Mgr. Hana DOLEŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. doc. JUDr. Anton DULAK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Consumer in the new civil code
  11. Mgr. Radim DULAVA, Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. David DVOŘÁK, Czech Republic
  13. JUDr. Milan EBERLE, Czech Republic
  14. prof. JUDr. Karel ELIÁŠ, Dr., Czech Republic
    to be specified
  15. Dr. Istvan ERDOS, Hungary
    Private International Law v. Unification of Contract Law
  16. prof. JUDr. Josef FIALA, CSc., Czech Republic
  17. JUDr. Marcela FRYŠTENSKÁ, Ph.D. , Czech Republic
  18. Mgr. Monika GAZDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  19. JUDr. Lukáš HADAMČÍK, Czech Republic
    Short-term apartment lease as a new Institute of the Czech private law
  20. JUDr. Klára HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Tomáš HNETILA, Czech Republic
  22. Silvia HOLDOŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  23. Mgr. Libor HOLÝ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  24. Zdeněk HOUDEK, Czech Republic
    Changes in the Law of Corporate Groups after the recodification
  25. Mgr. Miloslav HRDLIČKA, Czech Republic
  26. prof. JUDr. Jan HURDÍK, DrSc., Czech Republic
  27. Mgr. Bc. Klára HURYCHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Withdrawal from a contract under the recodification of Czech private law
  28. Zdeněk HUSTÁK, Czech Republic
    The Liability of financial services providers
  29. JUDr. Michal JANOUŠEK, Czech Republic
    Iusnaturalism as a means of protecting the weaker party in the new Civil Code
  30. Mgr. Marek JURÁŠ, Czech Republic
  31. Mgr. Miloslav KABRHEL, Czech Republic
  32. Ing. Alena KERLINOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Benefits and risks of reducing of equity in limited liability companies to 1 CZK
  33. Josef KOTÁSEK, Czech Republic
  34. JUDr. Pavel KOUKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Utility networks in New Czech Civil Code
  35. Mgr Lic. et Mgr. Ingrid KOVÁŘOVÁ KOCHOVÁ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The rent of flat
  36. JUDr. Jaromír KOŽIAK, Czech Republic
    Decisions of Corporate Bodies according to Corporations Act
  37. JUDr. Jana KŘIVÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  38. JUDr. Gabriela KUBÁTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  39. Dr (PhD) Joanna KUŹMICKA-SULIKOWSKA, Poland
    Liability in tort due to losses caused as a result of issuing a ruling or decision which is contrary to the law. Some remarks pertaining to provisions of the Polish civil code.
  40. Karel KVASNIČKA, Czech Republic
  41. Ivana LANKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  42. JUDr. Petr LAVICKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  43. Mgr. Martin LEBEDA, Czech Republic
    Agricultural lease
  44. JUDr. Jakub LÖWY, Slovak Republic
    The story about stray paragraphs or as the procedural rule meets the substantive rule
  45. Mgr. Ivo MACEK, Czech Republic
    Entrepreneur and his position in Czech and Europe legal regulation focused on contractual obligation
  46. prof. dr. hab. Piotr MACHNIKOWSKI, Czech Republic
  47. JUDr. Dušan MARJÁK, Czech Republic
    Penalties for breaching of obligations of commercial contracts in the light of reform of private law
  48. Mgr. Zbyněk MATULA, Czech Republic
    Letter of intent from the view of pre-contractual liability
  49. Dr. Adam MENYHART, Ph.D., Hungary
    Invalidity of Contracts in the new Civil Code
  50. Pavlína NAVRÁTILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  51. Filip NEČAS, Czech Republic
  52. JUDr. Dana ONDREJOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  53. Mgr. Pavel PETR, LL.M., Czech Republic
  54. Mgr. Lucie PIECHOWICZOVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  55. prof. JUDr. Jarmila POKORNÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  56. Mgr. Tereza PONDIKASOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Inspirace zahraničními prameny při tvorbě nového občanského zákoníku
  57. JUDr. Silvia PREPIROVA, Slovak Republic
  58. Mgr. Monika PŘÍKAZSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Zákon o obchodních korporacích – nový přístup k úpadku obchodních korporací
  59. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněno
  60. Mgr. Dušan ROSTÁŠ, Slovak Republic
    Control of standard contracts in B2B relationships from the perspective of the new Civil Code, CESL and the DCFR
  61. Marián ROZBORA, Czech Republic
    Category of reasonableness in the context of the reform of private law
  62. Radek RUBAN, Czech Republic
  63. Anna SAMADZAI, Czech Republic
  64. Mgr. Jiří SLOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
    Legal Aspects of Virtual Currency
  65. Antonín STANISLAV, Czech Republic
    Influence of the reform private law on the law of civil procedure
  66. Jakub STROUHAL, Czech Republic
  67. doc. JUDr. Ing. Josef ŠILHÁN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  68. doc. JUDr. Marek ŠTEVČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Recodification of civil procedure law - first year of changes
  69. JUDr. Tomáš TINTĚRA, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  70. JUDr. Diana TREŠČÁKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Penalties for breaching of obligations of commercial contracts in the light of reform of private law
  71. JUDr. Dominika TVARDZIKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The Changes of the Contract for Work under the Influence of the Private Law Reforms and Some of the Contemporary Application Problems
  72. Zuzana UHŘÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  73. Mgr. Lucia VALENTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  74. JUDr. Eva VEČERKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Zaměnitelnost obchodních firem
  75. Mgr. Vlastimil VITOUL, Czech Republic
    Legal Instruments for Fundraising
  76. Mgr Michał WDOWIAK, PhD student, Poland
    Compensation responsibility of local goverment for non-deliver social premises
  77. Mgr. Radomír ZIMEK, Czech Republic

Trade in Goods - its Regulation in International Law and Common Commercial Policy of the EU

  1. Mgr. et Mgr. Helena BONČKOVÁ, LL.M., Czech Republic
    The Free Movement of Goods: Czech and Slovak Supreme Courts' Preliminary References
  2. Krzysztof DOBIEŻYŃSKI, PhD, Poland
    PROTECTION OF FREEDOM OF DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AND GROUNDS FOR REFUSAL OF TRADE MARKS
  3. JUDr. Jakub HARAŠTA, Czech Republic
    Cybersecurity & Dual-use Goods
  4. Mgr. Anna CHURSHINA, LL.M., Russian Federation
    Legal regulation of the non-conventional trademarks in the EU and Russia
  5. Filip KŘEPELKA, Czech Republic
    Czech Republic Methanol Poisonings 2012 a Free Movement of Goods in the European Union
  6. Mgr. Peter PAVLOVIČ, Czech Republic
    The Kimberley Process Certification Scheme for Prevention of Trade in Conflict Diamonds Revisited
  7. Jan PETROV, Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Roman ŘÍČKA, Czech Republic
    The “recycling conflict” of the EU and the Russian Federation in the context of the WTO
  9. Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Miroslav SLAŠŤAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Free movement of goods vs. fundamental rights
  10. Mariia SOLOVEVA, Russian Federation
    The correlation between the EU and the WTO legislations on international trade of goods: problem aspects
  11. Dušan SULITKA, Czech Republic
    Judicial Review in EU Law: Challenging the Common Commercial Policy Measures (not only) after the Lisbon Treaty
  12. Mgr. Eva ŠMAKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    State v. International Trade Regulation: Economic Sanctions of the USA
  13. Mgr. Kateřina UHLÍŘOVÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  14. Ph D MARIUS VACARELU, Ph D , Romania
    Shale gas and its legal dimensions

Water in Legal Relationships

  1. Mgr. Hana ADAMOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Hydraulic structure accoring to the new civil code
  2. Rev. Bismark AKUOKO NKETIAH, South Africa
  3. Mgr.et Mgr. Bc. Hana CEJPEK MUSILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Water contamination with lead - is it hunters fault?
  4. JUDr. Jana DUDOVÁ, Ph.D, Czech Republic
    Hygiene aspects of water quality
  5. Jakub HANÁK, Czech Republic
    Building Activities in Flood Plain Areas
  6. JUDr. Petra HUMLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Environmental Liability for Water Damage
  7. JUDr.RNDr. Jaroslav CHYBA, DrSc., Czech Republic
    Can be achieved the good status of surface water?
  8. Mgr. et Bc. Kamila KLEMEŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal entities dealing with flood protection
  9. Mgr. Michaela KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal Aspects of Navigating in National Parks
  10. Mgr. Zbyněk LUBOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Compensation of damages in Fishery
  11. Veronika MARCEKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  12. JUDr. Hana MÜLLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Water Easements in the New Czech Civil Code
  13. doc. JUDr. Ing. Milan PEKÁREK, CSc., Czech Republic
  14. Ing. Michal POCHOP, Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Marie POLÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Building Activities in Flood Plain Areas
  16. Jarosław POMARAŃSKI, Poland
    Prezydent Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej - projekt nowelizacji ustawy Prawo wodne.
  17. Doc. JUDr. Ivana PRŮCHOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Water areas as a significant landscape element in terms of law
  18. Mgr Mateusz SIEŃKO, PhD student, Poland
    Water boards as a form of organization and management of public waters at the local level
  19. Tereza SNOPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Water protection in the integrated permit
  20. JUDr. Michal SOBOTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Water Treatment Dispute Resolution
  21. JUDr. Jana TKÁČIKOVÁ, PhD., Czech Republic
    Nitrates Directive
  22. Mgr. Jitka VEČEŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal Aspects of Navigating in National Parks
  23. JUDr. Ondřej VÍCHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal nature of the water in terms of mining laws
  24. Mgr. Dominik ŽIDEK, Czech Republic
    Water in the processes of the Public Construction Law

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