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Abuse of Law and Arbitrariness in Public Financial Activities

  1. Doc. Ing. Jiří BLAŽEK, CSc. , Czech Republic
  2. doc. JUDr. Radim BOHÁČ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Tax credit on for working pensioners in relation to abuse of law and arbitrariness
  3. Dr Mgr. Damian CZUDEK, Ph.D, Czech Republic
    Abusing
  4. JUDr. Ľubomír ČUNDERLÍK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Misuse of participation in the capital market through its manipulations
  5. Ing. Petr DAVID, Czech Republic
  6. JUDr. Mária DURAČINSKÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    General Anti-Abuse Rule in the EU Corporate Tax Law
  7. Mgr. Simona EICHLEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Carrying out audits, findings of The Audit Authority MF regarding EU funds subsidies and isuue of their enforceability
  8. Dr. Zsombor ERCSEY, PhD, Hungary
    Special Taxes and Public Finance
  9. Šárka FALTOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The new concept of internal management and control of public administration as a tool to prevent abuse of rights in public financial activities
  10. JUDr. Ivana FORRAIOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Autonomy vs. arbitrariness of the tax authorities in determining the rates of local taxes
  11. Mgr. Yulia GOROSH, kandidat věd, Czech Republic
    ABUSE OF RIGHT IN TERMS OF SUBJECTS OF TAX LAW CONDUCT
  12. Mgr. Ing. Filip HEJL, Czech Republic
    The „Nemo tenetur se ipsum accusare“ principle in czech tax law
  13. Mgr. Martin HOBZA, Czech Republic
    Arbitrariness in the supervision over the capital market
  14. doc. JUDr. Gábor HULKÓ, PhD., Hungary
  15. prof. Elena CHERNIKOVA, Russian Federation
    Will be specified
  16. PhD in economics Maria JANKOWSKA, Poland
    Obligations of the corporate taxpayers in Poland.
  17. Michal JANOVEC, Czech Republic
    Market abuse as an type of abuse of law
  18. Mgr. Monika JEŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The wilfulness of health insurance companies
  19. Mgr. Ing. Petra KAMÍNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Application of the Abuse of Rights Principle in the Working Retirees’ Case
  20. Ing. Alena KERLINOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Abuse of law from an economic point of view
  21. Mgr. Stanislav KLIKA, Czech Republic
    Abuse of Law and Arbitrariness in the Light of Draft of Public Internal Control Act
  22. Mgr. Radka KLOUDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Abuse of law by the tax authorities in enforcement proceedings
  23. Stanislav KOUBA, Czech Republic
    Principles of prohibition of abuse of law and wilfulness in Tax law
  24. Dr Mgr. Michal KOZIEŁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Abuse of law and arbitrariness in the law on public finances
  25. Jana KRANECOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Abuse of Law in Financial Law and its reflection in case law
  26. Vít KROPJOK, Czech Republic
    The limited liability of resolution authorities in European banking sector and the possibility of its abuse.
  27. Mgr. Lubomír KUČERA, Czech Republic
    Ensuring of Excise Duties
  28. Adéla KUČEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Single rulebook as the first pillar of the banking union
  29. JUDr. Ing. Libor KYNCL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Arbitrary Actions in Public Funds Law
  30. Mgr. Michal LIŠKA, Czech Republic
    Limits of Abuse of Law and Arbitrariness within principle of good financial governance
  31. JUDr. Ing. Petr MACHÁLEK, Ph. D., Czech Republic
    Carrying out audits, findings of The Audit Authority MF regarding EU funds subsidies and isuue of their enforceability
  32. Prof. JUDr. Hana MARKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Subsidies, Municipalities and Abuse of Law
  33. JUDr. Tomáš MARTINÁK, DiS., Czech Republic
    Righ to remain silent
  34. JUDr. Pavel MATOUŠEK, Czech Republic
    Combinated Nomenclature of the EU - closed circle of proofs
  35. dr hab. Wojciech MORAWSKI, prof. UMK, Poland
    Abuse of tax law by a public authority - a few notes on the background of the Polish practice
  36. doc. JUDr. Petr MRKÝVKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Pathology of financial law
  37. Mgr. Jiří NANTL, LL.M., Czech Republic
    Relationship between a Funding Agency and a Beneficiary under EU structural funds scheme
  38. Mgr. Jan NECKÁŘ, Czech Republic
    TBA
  39. Mgr Miloš NEUMANN, Czech Republic
  40. Dr Janusz ORŁOWSKI, Poland
    will be sent later
  41. JUDr. Zdenka PAPOUŠKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Wickedness of tax authorities in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
  42. JUDr. Ivana PAŘÍZKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Financial resources of municipalities and their possible effects on the council (of arbitrariness in decision-making)
  43. Ing. Matej PUSTAY, Slovak Republic
    Does the Czech legal order provide sufficient protection against abuse of information asymmetry between investment advisors and clients?
  44. doc. JUDr. Ing. Michal RADVAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Abuse of law by pensioners in tax relief
  45. JUDr. Kristýna ŘEZNÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Arbitrariness in the local taxes
  46. JUDr. Tomáš SEJKORA, Czech Republic
    Abuse of Law Institute in the Legislation of Value added Tax
  47. JUDr. Ing. Hana SKALICKÁ, Ph.D., BA, Czech Republic
    Arbitrariness of officials in the case of administration of value added tax
  48. Mgr. Ivana STEHLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  49. JUDr. Dana ŠRAMKOVÁ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Cash payment limitation from both the perspective of the payer and the tax authority
  50. Mgr. Ing. Martina VALACHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Income Tax Loss Claim
  51. JUDr. Roman VYBÍRAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Abuse of rights and related concepts in the field of taxation
  52. Veronika ZACHOVA, Czech Republic
    Development of tax judicature in the field of abuse of law

A Rational Legislator Myth versus Reality of Legislative Procedure

  1. doc. JUDr. Boris BALOG, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Amendments in the National Council of the Slovak Republic - Proposals de lege ferenda
  2. Mgr., Bc. Martina BARÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. Jan BARTOŠEK, Czech Republic
    The Role of Government's Bureaucracy in the Pre-Phase of the Legislative Process
  4. Adam BLISA, Czech Republic
  5. Mgr. Martin BOBÁK, Czech Republic
    Filtering the Cassational Complaints pursuant § 104a of the Code of Administrative Justice : A Meaningful Step or Shooting a Mosquito With a Bazooka?
  6. Michal BOBEK, Czech Republic
  7. JUDr. Hynek BROM, Czech Republic
  8. Hynek BROŽ, Czech Republic
  9. Jan BROŽ, Czech Republic
  10. Mgr. Zdeněk ČERVÍNEK, Czech Republic
  11. Zuzana DORAZILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. Pavel DOUBEK, Czech Republic
    Rationality of the legislator when regulating medical interventions affecting the physical integrity of a person
  13. JUDr. Milan EBERLE, Czech Republic
  14. Martin FLOREŠ, Czech Republic
  15. JUDr. Ľudmila GAJDOŠÍKOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    The ideal and reality of the law-making process from the prospective of the constitutional court as „negative legislator“.
  16. Mgr. Michal HÁJEK, Czech Republic
    Filtering the Cassational Complaints pursuant § 104a of the Code of Administrative Justice : A Meaningful Step or Shooting a Mosquito With a Bazooka?
  17. Iva HAUPTFLEISCHOVÁ, Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Tomáš HAVEL, Czech Republic
  19. Adam HERMA, Czech Republic
  20. Pavlína HRUBÁ, Czech Republic
  21. dr. jur. Fruzsina Dóra HUBAY, Hungary
    Case Study on Constitutional Issues of the wire easement registration
  22. JUDr. Čestmír CHALOUPKA, Czech Republic
  23. Mgr. Pavel KANDALEC, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  24. Mgr. Bc. Ivo KEISLER, Czech Republic
    Health Services and Terminology
  25. Veronika KLAPETKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  26. Miroslav KNOB, Czech Republic
    -tba-
  27. JUDr. Marian KOKEŠ, Czech Republic
    "Fuses" of the constitutionality of legislative process - functional tools or defective products?
  28. Martin KOPA, Czech Republic
  29. Andrea KORÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Marek KOSÍK, Czech Republic
  31. Mgr. Vítězslav KOZÁK, Czech Republic
    About the content and form of a truly rational legislation
  32. JUDr. Stanislav KŘEČEK, Czech Republic
  33. Lenka KŘIČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  34. JUDr. Gabriela KUBÁTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  35. Barbora KUČEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  36. JUDr. Jarmila KUŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. doc. JUDr. Jan KYSELA, Ph.D., DSc., Czech Republic
  38. Jan MACURA, Czech Republic
  39. doc. JUDr. Klaudia MARCZYOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Acts temporality
  40. JUDr. Pavel MOLEK, Czech Republic
    Material Core of Constitution versus Unchangeable Provisions of Constitution as the Final Limit of "Verfassungsgesetzgeber"
  41. JUDr. Ondřej MORAVEC, Czech Republic
    Practice of Legislator as an Instrument of Judicial review restriction
  42. Dr. Klára NAGY, PhD., Hungary
    THE FATE OF A RULE IN THE ACT ON ELECTORAL PROCEDURE
  43. Radim NENÁL, Czech Republic
  44. Mgr. Jana NOVÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  45. JUDr. Miriam ODLEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Opacity of law regulation - numerous amendments in the Slovak legislation
  46. Mgr. Lenka PEKAŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Amendement to the Procedure Code of the Chamber of Deputies alias End of the Wild Riders in Czech Republic?
  47. Oldřich PESLAR, Czech Republic
  48. Jan PETROV, Czech Republic
    Violation of rules of legislative procedure and petitions proposing annulment of statutes
  49. Magdalena PETRŮ, Czech Republic
  50. Lenka PÍČOVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  51. Mgr. Marian PIVÁČEK, Slovak Republic
    Retroactivity in the Slovak law order
  52. Mgr. Jiří PLACHÝ, Czech Republic
  53. Alžbeta ROSINOVÁ, Czech Republic
  54. doc. JUDr. Tomáš SOBEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  55. Mgr. Tomáš SVOBODA, Czech Republic
    Rationality of the legislator and the system of subsidies for photovoltaics
  56. Ondřej ŠPULÁK, Czech Republic
  57. JUDr. Markéta ŠTĚPÁNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Impact of art on legislative process
  58. Ph D MARIUS VACARELU, Ph D , Romania
    Introduction of the right of good administration in Romanian legislation: force of realism vs. force of principles
  59. JUDr. Ladislav VYHNÁNEK, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Is the legislator more rational than a judge? Separation of powers and social rights.
  60. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Jan WINTR, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Interpretive importance of legislative materials and parliamentary debates
  61. David ZAHUMENSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Hate Speech Legislation in Hungary: Parliament v. the Constitutional Court
  62. Adam ZEMAN, Czech Republic
  63. Tomáš ZVONÍČEK, Czech Republic

"Bermuda Triangle" of the Commercial Law III

  1. Ing. Lucie ANDREISOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Corporate governance of joint stock companies in the new private law regulation
  2. Rostislav ANDRLÍK, Czech Republic
  3. prof. JUDr. Josef BEJČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    "Brownian motion" in "EU-judicial law"?
  4. Viktoria Fedorovna BORISOVA , Russian Federation
    The Novelisation of the New Czech Civil Code
  5. Petr DOSTÁL, Czech Republic
  6. JUDr. Jana DURAČINSKÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    General Anti-Abuse Rule in the EU Corporate Tax
  7. JUDr. Kateřina EICHLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Common representation by managing director and procuration officer?
  8. prof. JUDr. Karel ELIÁŠ, Dr., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno
  9. Zuzana FILIPOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. Tereza FOLWARCZNÁ, Czech Republic
  11. Mgr. Monika GAZDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Limits Of Obligations To Provide Information Of Impending Insolvency
  12. Juraj GRMAN, Czech Republic
  13. Jakub GROMAN, Czech Republic
  14. Professor Andrzej HERBET , PhD (hab.), Poland
    Is it the end of statuory capital? Limited company law reforms in Poland and other European countries
  15. Mgr. Tomáš HNETILA, Czech Republic
  16. Lukáš HOTOVÝ, Czech Republic
  17. Zdeněk HOUDEK, Czech Republic
    Parental liability concept for an antitrust infringements
  18. Kateřina CHOVANCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Daniel JADRNÍČEK, Czech Republic
    Non-competition clause after recodification of private law
  20. Karel JANDÁSEK, Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Bc. Petr JEDLIČKA, Czech Republic
  22. Matěj KONEČNÝ, Czech Republic
  23. JUDr. Jaromír KOŽIAK, Czech Republic
    Conflict of interest and the loayalty of shareholders
  24. Mgr. Monika KRPENSKÁ, Czech Republic
  25. Veronika KUNDELIUSOVÁ, Czech Republic
  26. Karel KVASNIČKA, Czech Republic
  27. Mgr. Šárka KYZLINKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    bude doplněno
  28. Pavel MALATINSKÝ, Czech Republic
  29. Michaela MOSNÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Pavlína NAVRÁTILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  31. Mgr. Ing. Kamil NEJEZCHLEB, Czech Republic
    Between object and effect - new trend in assessment of cartel agreements
  32. Lucie OLŠAROVÁ, Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Dana ONDREJOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  34. David ORŠULÍK, Czech Republic
  35. Hana PAVLIŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  36. prof. JUDr Irena PELIKANOVA, Dr Sc, Luxembourg
    Tendencies in the development of the law of obligations in Europe and their effect on Czech law
  37. JUDr. Tomáš PERÁČEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Legal regulation of position of commercial papers in the Slovak Republic
  38. Mgr. Ing. Jana PETRŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Banking - loan agreement
  39. JUDr. Silvia PREPIROVÁ, Slovak Republic
  40. Mgr. Monika PŘÍKAZSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Supply agreements from the perspective of contract law
  41. Radek RUBAN, Czech Republic
    Subsidiarity of Derivative Suits
  42. Mgr. Veronika SVOBODOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Tender security in award procedure
  43. doc. JUDr. Ing. Josef ŠILHÁN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  44. Colette ŠINSKÁ, Slovak Republic
  45. Mgr. Václav TOUL, Czech Republic
  46. Zuzana UHŘÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  47. Ing. Petr VALENTA, Czech Republic
    Corporate governance of joint stock companies in the new private law regulation
  48. JUDr. Eva VEČERKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    *
  49. Mgr. Michal VÍTEK, Czech Republic
  50. Nikol VOHRABALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  51. Associate Professor Paweł ZDANIKOWSKI , PhD , Poland
    The new Common European Sales Law

European Private International Law: Theory vs. Practice

  1. Kateřina AUGUSTÍNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Mgr. Michala BARVÍNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Single connecting factor under the EU Succession Regulation
  3. Khuriyat BOBOEVA, Czech Republic
  4. JUDr. Jozef CABAN, Slovak Republic
    International child abduction in recent decisions of Slovak and Czech courts.
  5. JUDr. Filip ČERNÝ, Czech Republic
    The Process of Recognition of the Foreign Decisions as a Vicious Circle of Qualification, Review on the Merits and Public Order Definition
  6. JUDr. Petr DOBIÁŠ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Law Applicable on Reorganisation and Winding-up of Credit and Insurance Undertakings
  7. Markéta DRAGOUNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Klára DRLIČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Relation between Regulation Brussels Ibis and International Conventions
  9. Mgr. Bc. Tomáš FLÖGEL, Czech Republic
    Secondary insolvency proceeding
  10. Dávid FOGAD, Czech Republic
  11. Bc. Alena HANÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Jan HAVLÍČEK , Czech Republic
    The Process of Recognition of the Foreign Decisions as a Vicious Circle of Qualification, Review on the Merits and Public Order Definition
  13. JUDr. Miluše HRNČIŘÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  14. Mgr. Pavlína JANEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Development of refusal of recognition and enforcement of judgments for procedural defects
  15. Mgr. Miloslav KABRHEL, Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Marcela KAŠPÁRKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Tomáš KOZÁREK, Czech Republic
    Doctrine forum non convenience vs. judgement in case Owusu
  18. Tereza KRAHULÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. JUDr. Tereza KYSELOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Recent case law of the ECJ for consumer contracts
  20. Mgr. Silvie MAHDALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Jurisdiction to decide an action to set a transaction aside by virtue of insolvency proceedings under Regulation 1346/2000
  21. Mgr. Jan MAURIC, Czech Republic
    Lis Pendens in International Litigation
  22. JUDr. Ing. Tomáš MORAVEC, Czech Republic
    INSOLVENCY REGIME IN HYBRID PROCEEDING
  23. Veronika MRKOSOVÁ, Czech Republic
  24. Radvan NOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
  25. Jan PASTORČÁK, Czech Republic
    INSOLVENCY REGIME IN HYBRID PROCEEDING
  26. Mgr Mária PASTORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Is the article 7 of the Regulation Brussels Ibis really an alternative?
  27. Barbora PATÁČIKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  28. JUDr. Ing. Bohumil POLÁČEK, Ph.D., MBA, LLM, Czech Republic
    General Average on Rivers
  29. Mgr. Kateřina REMSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Procedural protection of the worker in terms of case-law of the European Court of Justice
  30. Mgr. Iveta ROHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Choice of law applicable to cross-border succession matters and its limits (theory v. practice, reality v. fiction)
  31. Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Miroslav SLAŠŤAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Myth of the European Small Claims Procedure within consumer disputes praxis in Slovakia
  32. JUDr. Marko SURKOŠ, LL.M., Slovak Republic
    Recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Slovakia in the context of the impact of the Brussels I Regulation to arbitration pursuant to the case law of the Court of Justice of the EU
  33. Mgr. Iva ŠIMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  34. Ondřej ŠRÁMEK, Czech Republic
  35. JUDr. Jiří VALDHANS, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Topic related to taking of evidence in crossborder litigation
  36. Mgr. Lucia VALENTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. Lenka VYKOUKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  38. Mgr. Lucie ZAVADILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  39. Veronika ZAVŘELOVÁ, Slovak Republic

Evidence in Criminal Proceedings: Legal, Criminilogy and Criminalistic aspects

  1. Muhammad ASIF, M.A , LL.B, Pakistan
  2. Mgr. Markéta BARTIZALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Evidence in international criminal law
  3. Mgr. RNDr. Alžbeta BENEDIKOVIČOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    To be specified later
  4. MUDr. Mgr. Štěpánka BIBROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  5. Mgr. et Mgr. Silvia CAPÍKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Evidence in criminal prosecution of health care professionals for harm caused by medical acts – some problems.
  6. doc. JUDr. Jozef ČENTÉŠ, PhD, Slovak Republic
    Intelligence eavesdropping as an evidence in criminal proceedings
  7. Mgr. David ČEP, Czech Republic
    Chosen aspects of general principles of criminal proceedings in preparatory proceedings
  8. Pavel ČERYCH, Czech Republic
  9. Mgr. Lenka ČIHÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Legal Aspect of Terrorism Investigations
  10. Michal DADÁK, Czech Republic
  11. JUDr. Miloš DESET, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The Truth According to the Principle of Proof Beyond a Reasonable Doubt and its Importance for the Criminal Procedure
  12. Mgr. Radim DULAVA, Czech Republic
  13. Lukáš FLEK, Czech Republic
  14. doc. JUDr. Marek FRYŠTÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Ing. Vladimír GAJDIČIAR, Slovak Republic
    will be specified ...
  16. Mgr. Dušan GAĽO, Czech Republic
    Lawful interception and access to retained data in criminal prosecution of legal person
  17. Michal GARGULÁK, Czech Republic
  18. Michaela HORÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Kristýna HRNČÍŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  21. Yasir HUSSAIN, LL.B, LL.M (London), Pakistan
  22. docent Adrián JALČ, PhD, Slovak Republic
    The international and national view of the presumption of innocence in criminal proceedings
  23. Jakub JAŇOUR, Czech Republic
  24. Mgr. Ivana JAROŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Evidence within precautions issued in connection with stalking
  25. Mgr. Michal JÍLOVEC, Czech Republic
    Obtaining the evidence during the crime scene investigation in indoor areas
  26. JUDr. Kateřina JIRÁSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. Mgr. Pavel JIŘÍČEK, Czech Republic
    Approach of the defense towards records made via surveillance of persons and assets
  28. Dr. Pavol KÁDEK, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
    Expert opinions as the proper evidences in the context of the principle "de lege artis medicinae" in clarification of crimes of health-care workers
  29. doc. JUDr. Věra KALVODOVÁ, Dr., Czech Republic
  30. Mgr. Katarína KANDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The evidence within the scope of international police cooperation
  31. JUDr. Jana KLESNIAKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Interrogation of particularly vulnerable victim according to the § 158a Code of the Criminal Procedure and its consequences
  32. JUDr. et Mgr. Zdeněk KOPEČNÝ, Czech Republic
    bude upřesněno
  33. Mgr. Bc. Kateřina KOVÁŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  34. Richard KOZÁČEK, Slovak Republic
  35. prof. JUDr. Vladimír KRATOCHVÍL, CSc., Czech Republic
  36. JUDr. Zdeněk KREJČÍ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  37. Mgr. Michaela KRŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  38. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Admissibility and prohibitions evidence in criminal proceedings
  39. Mgr. et Mgr. Martin LANGPAUL, Czech Republic
  40. Mgr. Marcela LUKÁŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  41. JUDr. Miloš MAĎAR, PhD., LLM. , Slovak Republic
    Methodology referring to reveal the cases of domestic violence – selected issues
  42. JUDr. Mgr. Jozef MEDELSKÝ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Announcement and evidence of the corruption
  43. Martin MIČKAL, Czech Republic
    Section 264 subsection 1 of Code of Criminal Procedure and the Principle of "In dubio pro reo"
  44. Mgr. Zdeněk MICHORA, Czech Republic
    The limits of the concept of the cooperating accused
  45. Adam MIKULČÍK, Czech Republic
  46. Doc. JUDr. Alexander NETT, CSc., Czech Republic
    Hearsay Testimonies, History, Valid Legislation and Recodification of the Criminal Code
  47. dr. Horváth ORSOLYA, Hungary
    Admissibility of evidence of scent identifiaction lineup in Hungary
  48. JUDr. Jan PINKAVA, Czech Republic
    The applicability of privately taken CCTV recordings in criminal proceedings
  49. Mgr. Veronika POCHYLÁ, Czech Republic
    Testimony of an absent witness as a sole or decisive evidence of guilt
  50. JUDr. Ladislav POKORNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Intelligence interception as an evidence
  51. Mgr. Petr PROKOP, Czech Republic
  52. Mgr. Jan PROVAZNÍK, Czech Republic
    Selected problems of contemporary model of evidence in the criminal proceedings
  53. Veronika PUMPROVÁ, Czech Republic
  54. Matěj RANDULA, Czech Republic
  55. associate professor Raducanu RUXANDRA, Ph.D, Romania
    New rules of criminal procedure in the matter of evidence administration
  56. Muhammad SALLEEM, L.L.B., Pakistan
  57. Mgr. Bc. Jolana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Specifics of Evidence in Drug Crimes
  58. Mgr. Lenka STAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Prooving hate crimes
  59. Lucie STÁRKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  60. JUDr. Dominika STRIGÁČOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Polygraph as an investigative tool in criminal proceedings
  61. Mgr. Václav STUPKA, Czech Republic
    E-mail as evidence
  62. Veronika SVECOVA, Czech Republic
  63. JUDr. Eva SZABOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The possibilities of streamlining of interrogation of accused in the criminal proceedings
  64. prof. JUDr. Pavel ŠÁMAL, PhD., Czech Republic
  65. JUDr. Ján ŠANTA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Documents and expert opinions as basis for evidence proceedings on tax offences.
  66. doc. JUDr. Filip ŠČERBA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Victim of a sexual offence as an evidence
  67. JUDr. Petr ŠKVAIN, Czech Republic
    Rules and Principles of Evidence in the Draft of Code of Criminal Procedure
  68. JUDr. Michaela ŠTEFUNKOVÁ, PhD., Czech Republic
  69. Marek TESAŘ, Czech Republic
  70. Jana TOMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  71. dr. Dávid TÓTH, Hungary
    The history and the types of terrorism
  72. Dr. Viktória Jáde VÁRDAI, Hungary
  73. Mgr. Nikol VĚČORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  74. JUDr. Roman VICHEREK, Czech Republic
    Exceptions to the principle of oral proceedings at the hearing of a witness in the trial
  75. doc. JUDr. Miroslava VRÁBLOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Evidentiary process of drug crime in criminal proceedings
  76. prof. JUDr. Jozef ZÁHORA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Strengthening of procedural safeguards of the presumption of innocence and of the right to be present at trial in criminal proceedings in the EU
  77. Mgr. Petr ZARIVNIJ, Czech Republic
    The Principle of Mutual Recognition and the European Investigation Order
  78. JUDr. Jan ZŮBEK, Czech Republic
  79. JUDr. Eva ŽATECKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    *

Legal-theoretical and Legal-philosophical Aspects of Recodification of Private Law

  1. JUDr. Karin BRZOBOHATÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Need for Continuity versus the Need for Recodification. Psychological Problem?
  2. Martina CIRBUSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    A child in the process of recodification
  3. Jan DUDA, Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněn
  4. Mgr. Marcel FANDÁK, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  5. Mgr. Jana FANDÁKOVÁ, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  6. Mgr. Richard FIEBIG, Slovak Republic
    ..
  7. JUDr. Marcela FRYŠTENSKÁ, Ph.D. , Czech Republic
    Dispute solution and efficiency
  8. Mgr. Bc. Monika HANYCH, Czech Republic
    Media analysis of recodification of new civil code
  9. JUDr. Martin HAPLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Idea of Natural Law and New Civil Code
  10. doc. JUDr. Jaromír HARVÁNEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Law and Sankcions
  11. Richard HAZUCHA, Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Lukáš HLOUCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Interpretation of New Private Law in the Light of the Principle of Coherence
  13. JUDr. Mgr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Normative Theory of Law and New Civil Code
  14. Mgr. Jiří CHROBÁK, Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Markéta KLUSOŇOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The new Civil Code in the context of legal consciousness
  16. Mgr. Vít KŘÍŽKA, Czech Republic
    Analysis of Terminology in the New Civil Code
  17. JUDr. Michal MALANÍK, Czech Republic
    Difficulties with interpretive guidelines in the new civil code
  18. Doc.JUDr.. Antonín NESVADBA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
  19. Vojtěch POSPÍŠIL, Czech Republic
    The Relationship between the Civil Code and the Registered Partnership Act
  20. Dr Jacek SROKOSZ, Poland
    The problem of juridification and technicization of the law
  21. doc. PhDr. Martina URBANOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The new Civil Code in the context of legal consciousness
  22. JUDr. Radomíra VALÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  23. PhDr.Mgr. Zdeňka VAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Registered partnerships end new codification Civil Code
  24. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Miloš VEČEŘA, CSc., Czech Republic
  25. JUDr. Bronislava WITTNEROVÁ, MSc, Czech Republic
  26. Jana ZAHRÁNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Invalidity and Ineffectiveness of Legal Acts According to the New Civil Code
  27. Mgr. Josef ZICH, Czech Republic

Organization and Administration of the (not only administrative) Judiciary

  1. Mgr. et Mgr. Helena BARTÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The System of Judicial Review in Competition Matters – Comparative Approach
  2. Dr. András BENCSIK, Ph.D., Hungary
    The role of administrative jurisdiction in ensuring the legality of public administration in Hungary
  3. doctor/ PhD Paulina BIEŚ-SROKOSZ, Poland
    Specific legal provisions included in the laws regulating the activities of government agencies in Poland versus the proceedings before the administrative courts. Selected issues.
  4. Mgr. et Mgr. Bc. Milan BOHÁČEK, M.A., Czech Republic
    Application of Lay Element in Criminal and Civil Justice in Czech Lands between 1918 and 1948
  5. JUDr. Radislav BRAŽINA, Czech Republic
    Selected questions of the status of the President of Austrian Federative Administrative Court with regard to Czech legal regulation
  6. Mgr Veronika DOUBKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  7. Dominik FRIES, Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Kateřina FRUMAROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  9. Doc. JUDr. Petr HAVLAN, CSc., Czech Republic
  10. JUDr. Petr HLUŠTÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněno později
  11. Silvia HOLDOŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Monika HORÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    About history of justice organisation
  13. Mgr. Marek CHADIMA, Czech Republic
    Lay Judges: Useless Relict or Necessary Part of Czech Judiciary?
  14. JUDr. Mgr. Luboš JEMELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Nikola JÍLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Stanislav KADEČKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Proper Selection of Judges as Condicio sine Qua Non of Any Democratic Rule of Law
  17. JUDr. Petr KOLMAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Issue of Age Structure of Judges in the Czech Judiciary
  18. Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk KOUDELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Officials of the Justice and the Constitutionality
  19. JUDr. Bc. Jakub KRÁL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Selection of Judges in the Czech Republic
  20. Mgr. Petr KRUTIŠ, Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. Ivo KRÝSA, Ph.D.,LL.M., Czech Republic
  22. Ivana LANKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  23. Dr. András LAPSÁNSZKY, associate professor, Hungary
    Legal remedy system of info-communication´s administration, with a special relevance to judicial review
  24. JUDr. Petr LAVICKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněn později
  25. JUDr. Ľubica MASAROVA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Administrative justice in selected countries of the western Balkans.
  26. Mgr. Michal MATOUŠ, Czech Republic
    Administration of judiciary in the field of regional councils decisions review
  27. Iva OPLETALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Ombudsman's reports in issues of state court administration
  28. Dr Przemysław OSTOJSKI, Poland
  29. Dr Przemysław OSTOJSKI, Poland
    Organization of administrative judiciary in Europe from the perspective of effectiveness of judicial protection individual rights
  30. Dr Wojciech PIĄTEK , -, Poland
    Organization of administrative judiciary in Europe from the perspective of effectiveness of judicial protection individual rights
  31. Elena PODKOPAEVA, Russian Federation
    A new wave of administrative justice in the Russian Federation
  32. dr. Kitti POLLÁK, Hungary
    Judicial review of administrative decisions in Hungary. Mirror, mirror on the wall which is the best solution of them all?
  33. JUDr. Lukáš POTĚŠIL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Specialization in the Administrative Justice
  34. Prof. JUDr. Petr PRŮCHA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Selected Questions on the organization of administrative justice
  35. JUDr. Stanislav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  36. Doc. JUDr. Soňa SKULOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  37. JUDr. Martin ŠKUREK, Czech Republic
    The Supreme Administrative Court judge assistant
  38. JUDr. Bc. Pavel VETEŠNÍK, Czech Republic
    The organization of administrative justice in the Czech republic
  39. prof. JUDr. Marián VRABKO, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Development prospects of administrative justice in Slovak Republic
  40. Mgr. Marek VRBÍK, Czech Republic
    Selected problematic aspects of current legislation disciplinary proceedings of judges, prosecutors and court bailiffs
  41. JUDr. Pavol ZLOCH, CSc., Slovak Republic
    To the intention to launch the procedure on remedial measures from the administrative judiciary in the Slovak republic.

Particularities of Interpretation in International and EU Law

  1. JUDr. Radoslav BENKO, Ph.D., LL.M., Slovak Republic
    Interpretation and application of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the EU
  2. Judr. Mgr. Igor BLAHUŠIAK, Czech Republic
    Some Thoughts on Interpretation of EU Law Sources
  3. Mgr. et Mgr. Helena BONČKOVÁ, LL.M., Czech Republic
    Interpretation of EU directives in the case law of the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic
  4. Kristýna BURKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. Ivan CISÁR, Slovak Republic
    Interpretation of the arbitratin awards as a mean to break the finality of the awards
  6. Krzysztof DOBIEŻYŃSKI, PhD, Poland
    will be specified
  7. JUDr. Jakub HARAŠTA, Czech Republic
    Re-inventing the humanitarian law: Case of Cyberspace
  8. Mgr. Kateřina HLINKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Interactions between the Court of Justice of the EU and the EFTA Court
  9. JUDr. Radim CHARVÁT, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Creation of dichotomy of Existence of Intellectual Property Rights and Their Exercise
  10. Mgr. et Mgr. Linda JANKŮ, Czech Republic
    Reservations incompatible with the object and purpose of the treaty: the case of international human rights treaties
  11. Petr KILIAN, Czech Republic
  12. Doc. JUDr. Richard KRÁL, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    On the specifics of interpretation of EU Directives for the purpose of their transposition
  13. doc. JUDr. Filip KŘEPELKA, PhD., Czech Republic
    Consequences of Plurilingual and Multilingual Formulation of International and European Law for its Interpretation
  14. Marianna MARCINKOVA, Czech Republic
  15. JUDr Peter MATUŠKA, Slovak Republic
    Interpretation of European Law and International Law focus on Secession and Succession.
  16. JUDr. Mgr. Michal MRVA , LL.M, PhD. , Slovak Republic
    Court of Justice of the European Union versus constitutional courts of the Member States - war or cooperation?
  17. Zdeněk NOVÝ, Czech Republic
    Systemic interpretation: an instrument ensuring coherence of international law?
  18. Mgr. Iva PALKOVSKÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Dr Jerzy PARCHOMIUK, Ph.D., Poland
    GENERAL PRINCIPLES COMMON TO THE LAWS OF THE MEMBER STATES AS A DETERMINANT IN THE PROCESS OF INTERPRETATION OF THE EU LAW ON THE EXAMPLE OF THE LIABILITY OF THE EU FOR LAWFULL ACTS
  20. Mgr Mária PATAKYOVÁ , Slovak Republic
    Jurisdiction of Court of Justice of the European Union to Binding Interpretation of European Union Law - Theoretical and Practical Aspects
  21. JUDr. Ivo POSPÍŠIL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. Bc. Helena PULLMANNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  23. Alena RUMLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  24. JUDr. David SEHNÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    External factors relevant to the interpretatin of EU law (influence of the ECHR)
  25. Assessorin iur. Eva SCHÖBERL, Germany
    Interpreting Methodology and Legal Reasoning in the European States and at the ECJ from a German perspective
  26. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Ing. Michael SIMAN, PhD., D.E.A., Slovak Republic
  27. Doc. JUDr. Václav STEHLÍK, LL.M., Ph.D., Czech Republic
    CILFIT criteria in the case-law of the Supreme nad Supreme Administrative Court
  28. Mgr. et Mgr. Kristina ŠPOTTOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The extensive interpretation of the law by the Court of Justice of the EU
  29. Mgr. Martin ŠVEC, Czech Republic
    Interpretaion of International Investment Agreements: The Role of State-State Arbitration Tribunal
  30. Petra TEPLÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  31. prof. JUDr. Vladimír TÝČ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Interpretative Declaration in International Treaty Law
  32. Mgr. Romana VAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Interpretation of the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms at the European Court of human Rights and the European Court of Justice

Private Law and Civil Procedure in the Dynamic Development

  1. Markéta ADÁMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Andrea BARANCOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Legislation governing the securing transfer of a right in Czech republic – inspiration for current Slovak recodification of private law.
  3. JUDr. Jana BÍLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Legitimate Expectation in the Civil Process in relation to the Decisions of the Courts about the Costs of the Procedure
  4. Nikola BOCZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. professor SEVASTIAN CERCEL, PHD, Romania
    Full Legal Capacity Anticipated in the Provisions of the New Romanian Civil Code
  6. prof. JUDr. Ján CIRÁK, CSc., Slovak Republic
  7. Mgr. Petr COUFALÍK, Czech Republic
    Evidentiary agreements
  8. JUDr. György CZIRFUSZ, Hungary
    The new Hungarian Civil Code's rules on compensation caused by breach of contract
  9. Kristýna ČESALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. JUDr. Kateřina ČUHELOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Who shall be protected by preliminary rullings concerning domestic violence issued on the basic of the New Civil Code and Act on special proceedings?
  11. PhD Associate Professor Ghita DANIEL, Romania
    Mechanisms for Ensuring a Unitary Judicial Practice as Provided in the New Romanian Code of Civil Procedure
  12. JUDr. Ing. Radovan DÁVID, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Tendency of Development of Executory Law
  13. Mgr. Radka DEMJANOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Content of parental responsibility before and after the recodification of private law
  14. Mgr. Matěj DOBEŠ, Czech Republic
    Pre-trial Notice
  15. JUDr. Eva DOBROVOLNÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Some remarks to the differentiation of substantive and procedural periods
  16. JUDr. Jakub DOHNAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Above the increase in residential rents in the new Civil Code
  17. doc. JUDr. Anton DULAK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Marian ĎURANA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Consumer protection in the context of recent changes of the Civil Code
  19. Mgr. David DVOŘÁK, LL.M., Ph.D., Czech Republic
  20. Balaci EUGEN, PHD student, Romania
  21. prof. JUDr. Josef FIALA, CSc., Czech Republic
  22. Doc. JUDr. Svetlana FICOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Appellate review under the newly drafted Rules of Civil Procedure (procedure in contentious matters)
  23. Doc. JUDr. Daniela GANDŽALOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Basic points of new legislation draft of succession in the new Civil Code of Slovak republic.
  24. Petra GERŠLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  25. Mgr. Martina GROCHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Participation rights of a child in the adoption proceedings under the new Czech Civil Code
  26. JUDr. Lukáš HADAMČÍK, Czech Republic
    Shared housing in a leasehold
  27. JUDr. Klára HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Collective redress in the field of EU law
  28. Mgr. Miloslav HRDLIČKA, Czech Republic
  29. prof.JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    later
  30. prof. JUDr. Jan HURDÍK, DrSc., Czech Republic
  31. JUDr. Michal JANOUŠEK, Czech Republic
    Relationship member of the alliance in terms of accessing basic theory and criticism
  32. Štěpán JÍLKA, Czech Republic
  33. Mgr. Jitka JORDÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  34. Mgr. Marek JURÁŠ , Czech Republic
  35. doc. JUDr Monika JURČOVÁ, PhD, Slovak Republic
  36. Mgr. Bc. Petra KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    Contractual mode of common property in light of the amendments to the Civil Code
  37. JUDr. Pavel KOUKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  38. Mgr Lic. et Mgr. Ingrid KOVÁŘOVÁ KOCHOVÁ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Proceeding Costs
  39. doc. JUDr. Zdeňka KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  40. JUDr. Lukáš KRÁLÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  41. Nikola KRISTLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  42. JUDr. Jana KŘIVÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Collective redress in the field of EU law
  43. Mgr. Martin LEBEDA, Czech Republic
    Territoriality in the Insolvency law and in the execution
  44. Mgr. Jana MALÁ, Czech Republic
  45. Mgr. Tomáš MAREK, Czech Republic
    Conceptual Changes of the Institute of Compensation for Damages
  46. Martina MARKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  47. Marek MATULA, Czech Republic
  48. Mgr. Zbyněk MATULA, Czech Republic
    Assumption of assets under the new (Czech) civil code
  49. JUDr. Marie MAZÁNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  50. Mgr. Peter MÉSZÁROS, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Consumer relations and civil procedure
  51. JUDr. Jana MURÁNSKA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Matrimonial property law in the light of the recodification of private law in Slovakia and the Czech Republic
  52. Mgr. Martina MUŠÁLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Equitable arrangement between debtors and creditors
  53. JUDr. Monika NÉMETHOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    On (Uncertain) Future of Arbitration in the Slovak Republic
  54. JUDr. Marianna NOVOTNÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  55. Lucie ORLETOVÁ, Czech Republic
  56. Mgr. Ondřej PAVELEK, Czech Republic
  57. JUDr. František PĚCHA, Czech Republic
  58. Mgr. Monika PETRÁSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal Situation of Consumers on the Energy Market after recodification of civil law
  59. Mgr. Zdena PINKAVOVÁ, Czech Republic
    WRITTEN DOCUMENTS AS MEANS OF PROOF IN CIVIL PROCEDURE
  60. Jakub POHL, Czech Republic
  61. Lenka POKORNÁ, Czech Republic
  62. Mgr. Tereza PONDIKASOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Influence of the Dynamics of Development of Law on Ensuring the Unity of Judicial Decisions
  63. Mgr. Jiří PORKERT, Czech Republic
  64. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upresnen
  65. Eva ROZSÍVALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  66. Simona RŮŽIČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  67. Mgr. Samuel RYBNIKÁR, Slovak Republic
    Individual exemption from court fees in light of recodification
  68. Zuzana SAKAŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  69. István SÁNDOR, PhD, Dr. habil., Hungary
    The Hungarian Fiduciary Asset Management Contract from Comparative Aspect
  70. Ivana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  71. Simona SPISAROVÁ, Czech Republic
  72. Professor PhD Scurtu STEFAN, Romania
    The Performance of Obligations in Romanian Civil Law
  73. JUDr. Peter STRAPÁČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    will be specified
  74. Michaela STREITOVÁ, Czech Republic
  75. JUDr. Karel SVOBODA, Ph.D, Czech Republic
    Mandatory judicial custody
  76. JUDr. et Mgr. Pavla SÝKOROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Condominium in the new Civil Code
  77. Gabriela ŠÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  78. Mgr. Karel ŠEMÍK, Czech Republic
    Current problems of the costs in court proceedings
  79. JUDr. Renáta ŠÍNOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  80. JUDr. Ondřej ŠMÍD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  81. Mgr. Martina ŠULÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Costs - the main content of the decision of the courts?
  82. JUDr. Juraj TAKÁČ, Slovak Republic
    Possible standing of principle superficies solo cedit and institute of superficies in the legal order of Slovak republic.
  83. Mgr. Adam TALANDA, Czech Republic
    Briefly over participation in the proceedings on the estate
  84. Mgr. Iveta TALANDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Loss of enjoyment of the holiday
  85. JUDr. Peter TONHAUSER, Slovak Republic
    The employment and intellectual property and industrial property
  86. JUDr. Lenka TONHAUSEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Property guardian and his recourse in case of ascertained misconduct of his liabilities during management of minor's property.
  87. Mgr. Martina UHLIAROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Selected procedural issues of cross-border successions in the European Union and related legislative changes in the Slovak Republic.
  88. JUDr. Nikola VINOPALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Family dwelling in domestic violence cases
  89. Mgr. Vlastimil VITOUL, Czech Republic
    Svěřenský fond jako efektivní nástroj správy cizího majetku
  90. Mgr. Bc. Veronika VLČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Some Remarks to the Ordering of Execution from the Perspective of the Great Execution Amendment
  91. Tomáš VOJTA, Czech Republic
  92. Mgr. Jakub VRANÍK, Czech Republic
    Selected issues of group litigation in Poland
  93. JUDr. Jozef ZÁMOŽÍK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Arbitration in the Slovak Republic - Current Trends

Technical Development and Law

  1. Tomáš ČENTÉŠ, Slovak Republic
    Anti-jewish government regulations of Slovak Republic
  2. JUDr. Mgr. Radek ČERNOCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    § 133b of Czech Civil Procedure Code – Presumption of Intellectual Property Construed in the Manner of vindicatio gregis
  3. Ing. Karolína ČERVENÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Commerce and Technical Development
  4. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš GÁBRIŠ, PhD., LLM, MA, Slovak Republic
    Industrialization and law – mutual relations from the perspectives of legal history
  5. Dr. Magdolna GEDEON, PhD, Hungary
    The Effect of the Technical Development on Mining Law in Hungary in the 18th Century
  6. Mgr. Petra HAVLÍČKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  7. dr. Dalma Gabriella HUBAY, Hungary
    Airport body scanners: new technical devices against terrorism or basic human rights contra security?
  8. Mgr. Oliver CHORVÁT, Slovak Republic
    The Term "Software" in the Context of Law and its Historical Development
  9. Dr. KONCZ IBOLYA KATALIN, PhD, Hungary
    The Development of Patent Law in 19th Century Hungary
  10. JUDr. Jana KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    technological development and regulation of prices of medicines
  11. Mgr. et Mgr. Alica KŘÁPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    How did the development of municipal law stimulate the improvement of gallows...
  12. JUDr. Pavel LOUTOCKÝ, BA (Hons), Czech Republic
    History of identifying the individual and its future development
  13. JUDr. Miloš MAĎAR, PhD., LLM., Slovak Republic
    Selected legal issues of electronic contractual process
  14. Mgr. MgA. Jakub MÍŠEK, Czech Republic
    Levée en masse in cyber era
  15. Lucie MRÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. Alena NAVRÁTILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Daniela NĚMEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Misuse of technology by Nazis: gas vehicles
  18. Professor Edmond Gabriel OLTEANU, Romania
    The technical evolution and the copyright
  19. JUDr. Petr OSINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Technical development and Islamic law
  20. Mgr. Bc. Klára PROKOPOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Technical development and archaeological find
  21. JUDr. Pavel SALÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    To Search the Treasures
  22. JUDr. PhDr. Martin SKALOŠ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The historical and legal context of formating of the institute of expropriation and its application in the Czechoslovak republic
  23. Mgr. Pavla SLAVÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Accounting legislation before 1989
  24. Mgr. Veronika STEINOVÁ, Czech Republic
  25. JUDr. Jan ŠEJDL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Via - res corporalis?
  26. Martin ŠLOSAR, Czech Republic
    Technical development and Roman law
  27. Mgr. et Mgr. Lenka ŠMÍDOVÁ MALÁROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Ownership of engineering networks - exception to the principle "superficies solo cedit"
  28. Veronika ŠTĚTINOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Requirements of the modern society versus reception of the law
  29. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír TAUCHEN, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  30. Petra ZÁVODNÁ, Czech Republic

The Owner and Entrepreneur vs. Environmental Protection

  1. Mgr. Hana ADAMOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The execution of the owner´s right to protection against disturbances
  2. Mgr. Pavla BEJČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. Mgr.et Mgr. Bc. Hana CEJPEK MUSILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  4. Prof. JUDr. Milan DAMOHORSKÝ, Dr.Sc., Czech Republic
    To be confirmed
  5. JUDr. Helena DOLEŽALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Dwelling Unit Owners Associations and Environmental Protection
  6. doc. JUDr. Jaroslav DROBNÍK, CSc., Czech Republic
  7. JUDr. Jana DUDOVÁ, Ph.D, Czech Republic
    The Environmental Polluter or Ownership Obliges Selected Problems
  8. Dr. Zsolt ERCSEY, PhD, Hungary
    Some aspects of the Hungarian regulation on ragweed
  9. JUDr. Martina FRANKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  10. doc. JUDr. Milan GALVAS, CSc., Czech Republic
    Undertaker and Working Environment
  11. prof. JUDr. Zdeňka GREGOROVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Undertaker and Working Environment
  12. Dr. Adam HABUDA, Poland
  13. Prof. JUDr. Petr HAJN, DrSc., Czech Republic
  14. Jakub HANÁK, Czech Republic
    Expropriation and Entrepreneur
  15. JUDr. Petra HUMLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Compensation to owners for environmental deterioration
  16. YASIR HUSSAIN, LL.B, LL.M (London), Pakistan
  17. JUDr.RNDr. Jaroslav CHYBA, DrSc., Czech Republic
    Liability for Prediction of Natural Events
  18. JUDr. Ilona JANČÁŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Private nuisance suit exemption vs. basic principles of environmental protection
  19. Mgr. Zuzana JEŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Significance of the EIA process by additional permission of construction owned by entrepreneur
  20. JUDr. Alena KLIKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The rights and obligations of authorized for water use in relation to the protection of waters
  21. JUDr. Jaroslav KNOTEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. Mgr. Michaela KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    The owner and the breeder of mistreated animal
  23. prof. JUDr. Soňa KOŠIČIAROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Constitutional principles of limitation property rights in order to protect the environment
  24. Mgr. Lukáš KREJČÍK, Czech Republic
    Owner and environmental protection from the perspective of the new Civil Code
  25. JUDr. Aleš MÁCHA, Czech Republic
    Public use of forest and access to land
  26. Prof. JUDr. Karel MAREK, CSc., Czech Republic
  27. JUDr. Michal MASLEN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Limits of the right to a favorable environment in the exercise of freedom to conduct a business
  28. Mgr. Eva MAZANCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  29. JUDr. Hana MÜLLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Constitutional Principle „Property Entails Obligations“ in the Protection of the Environment
  30. doc. JUDr. Ing. Milan PEKÁREK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Polluter pays principle
  31. JUDr. Darja PIVCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  32. Ing. Michal POCHOP, Czech Republic
  33. prof. JUDr. Jarmila POKORNÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    New Impulses for Business Status
  34. Mgr. Marie POLÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Situation of water well owner during realization of new groundwater source in his neighborhood
  35. Mgr. Martina POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  36. JUDr. Lucie PROCHÁZKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Sites of Community Interest and limitations of owners of the land
  37. Doc. JUDr. Ivana PRŮCHOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    The position of the owner of the real estate in the processes affecting the environment
  38. Prof. Wojciech RADECKI, Poland
  39. Doc. JUDr. Karel SCHELLE, CSc., Czech Republic
    Development of the legal regulation of neighbours rights and their impact on business activities
  40. Tereza SNOPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Regulation of small sources of pollution
  41. JUDr. Michal SOBOTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    One-stop-shop: the role of EIA within an integrated permitting scheme
  42. doc. JUDr. Vojtěch STEJSKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Remedial and special measures by the liability of animal breeders
  43. Mgr. Kateřina ŠVARCOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Selected environmental aspects from the perspective of municipality as an owner.
  44. JUDr. Jana TKÁČIKOVÁ, PhD., Czech Republic
    Owner and Environment Protection
  45. Mgr. Jitka VEČEŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The owner and the breeder of mistreated animal
  46. JUDr. Ondřej VÍCHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Agricultural entrepreneur and odors - selected legal issues
  47. Prof. JUDr. Ladislav VOJÁČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Development of the legal regulation of neighbours rights and their impact on business activities
  48. Mgr. Vojtěch VOMÁČKA, Czech Republic
  49. Mgr. Veronika VYTEJČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  50. Mgr. Ondřej ZEMANDL, Czech Republic
    The position of a forest owner in realization of the state forest policy
  51. JUDr. Jiří ZICHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal framework of ownership and utilisation of genetic resources in the European Union and in the Czech Republic
  52. Mgr. Dominik ŽIDEK, Czech Republic
    The status of the agricultural entrepreneur in the judicial review of land use plans

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