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Circumstances Excluding Illegality - Juristic, Forensic and Criminological Aspects

  1. Radka BARTOŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Andrej BELEŠ, Slovak Republic
    Role of the Agent in View of the Judicature
  3. Mgr. RNDr. Alžbeta BENEDIKOVIČOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Circumstances excluding illegality: Performance rights and responsibilities and consent of the victim in the provision of health care
  4. MUDr. Mgr. Štěpánka BIBROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Circumstances Excluding Unlawfulness in the Intensive Care
  5. Adéla BILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  6. Jan BIRAVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  7. Mgr. Šimon BÖHM, Czech Republic
  8. doc. JUDr. Eduard BURDA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
    Evidence of the Subjective Element of Self Defence
  9. JUDr. Dušan ČURILA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
    Circumstances excluding unlawfulness in medical practice
  10. JUDr. Jan DVOŘÁK, Czech Republic
    Following an Order as an Unlisted Circumstance Excluding Criminal Liability
  11. JUDr. Erik ELIAS, Slovak Republic
    Justifiable defense and extreme emergency as circumstances excluding unlawfulness of a criminal offense (legal aspects)
  12. prof. JUDr. Jaroslav FENYK, PhD., DSc., Univ. Priv. Prof., Czech Republic
  13. Dominik FOJT, Czech Republic
    Legitimate Use of a Weapon as a Circumstance Excluding Criminal Responsibility
  14. doc. JUDr. Marek FRYŠTÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  15. Tereza HAJDAJOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Denisa HAMRANOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Departing from the limits of self defense
  17. JUDr. Jakub HARAŠTA, Czech Republic
    Criminal liability for hack-back
  18. Mgr. Viliam HEČKO, Slovak Republic
    Question of the proporcionality of weapon usage in the context of selfe-defense
  19. Adriana HORÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. Vít HRAZDÍRA, Czech Republic
  21. Dr. Nemeth IMRE, PhD., Hungary
    A New Paradigm of Criminal Justifications under the Hungarian Criminal Code
  22. Mgr. Ivana JAROŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  23. Petra JELÍNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  24. JUDr. Kateřina JIRÁSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  25. doc. JUDr. Věra KALVODOVÁ, Dr., Czech Republic
  26. university diploma AHMAD KANOU, university diploma, Syria
  27. Veronika KLAPETKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  28. JUDr. Jana KLESNIAKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Will be specific later
  29. doc. JUDr. Jan KOCINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Acceptable risk in sport
  30. JUDr. et Mgr. Zdeněk KOPEČNÝ, Czech Republic
    Impunity of the agent as the circumstance excluding liability
  31. Markéta KORBÁŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  32. prof. JUDr. Vladimír KRATOCHVÍL, CSc, Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Alena KRISTKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Principle of non-punishment of victims of human trafficking
  34. Mgr. Michaela KRŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  35. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Selected topical and timeless questions of circumstances excluding illegality
  36. Mgr. et Mgr. Martin LANGPAUL, Czech Republic
  37. Mgr. Marcela LUKÁŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  38. Filip MAZEL, Czech Republic
  39. Mgr Marián MEČÍR, Slovak Republic
    Performance of the tasks of agent
  40. Doc. JUDr. Ingrid MENCEROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Use of a gun at home
  41. Martin MIČKAL, Czech Republic
    Conditions excluding the illegality of an act - international comparison
  42. Monika MINAŘÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  43. Doc. JUDr. Alexander NETT, CSc., Czech Republic
    Admissable Risk
  44. Martin NOVOTNÝ, Czech Republic
  45. Maciej PAJĄK , Poland
    Circumstances excluding illegality in Polish criminal law
  46. JUDr. Stanislav PAVOL, Slovak Republic
    Use of an agent in the detection of corruption
  47. JUDr. Jan PINKAVA, Czech Republic
    Some aspects of protection of property in self-defence
  48. Mgr. Jan PROVAZNÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Tradition as a Circumstance Excluding Illegality
  49. Mgr. Bc. Jolana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  50. Mgr. Zdeněk Jiří SKUPIN, Czech Republic
  51. Mgr. Václav STUPKA, Czech Republic
    Legality of penetration testing
  52. doc. JUDr. Filip ŠČERBA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  53. JUDr. Monika ŠKROVÁNKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The application self-defense in conditions of domestic violence
  54. Jana ŠTEYEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  55. JUDr. Lýdia TOBIÁŠOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Use of a gun at home
  56. Mgr. Jozef TRŠKO, Czech Republic
  57. Dr. Erika VARADI-CSEMA, PhD, Hungary
    The criminological aspects of the parents’ disciplinary law
  58. Mgr. Nikol VĚČORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  59. JUDr. Roman VICHEREK, Czech Republic
    My house, my castle
  60. MUDr. Mgr. Tomáš VOJTÍŠEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The provision of health services at the appropriate level of expertise as a circumstance excluding illegality
  61. Veronika ŽOCHOVÁ, Czech Republic

Codification of the General Part of Conflict-of-laws Method – A Way Forward or a Mistake?

  1. Rostislav ANDRLÍK, Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Filip ČERNÝ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
  3. JUDr. Petr DOBIÁŠ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Overriding Mandatory Rules and Rules of Safety and Conduct within the Framework of European and International Legal Regulation
  4. JUDr. Klára DRLIČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  5. JUDr. Michal ĎURIŠ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Reciprocity as a condition for the recognition of foreign judgement
  6. František HALFAR, Czech Republic
    Treatment of Foreign Law and the Prospects for Unification
  7. JUDr. Jan HAVLÍČEK , Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. David HEYDUK, Czech Republic
    Analysis of Connecting Factor Habitual Residence in The Context of The Regulation on Succession
  9. JUDr. Miluše HRNČIŘÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Unification of the General Part of Private International Law - The Real Challenge for the EU
  10. Mgr. Pavlína JANEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Development of the Connecting Factor Lex rei sitae
  11. dr Agata JAROSZEK, Poland
    Public policy and the principle of mutual recognition under recent caselaw of Memeber States
  12. JUDr. Elena JÚDOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    New regulation of adaptation in the Act no 97/1963 Coll. on PIL
  13. Mgr. Miloslav KABRHEL, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr. Martina KASEMOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Brussels Regulation (recast): new horizons for proceedings in the EU?
  15. Matěj KONEČNÝ, Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Tomáš KOZÁREK, Czech Republic
    Treatment of the foreign law in EU Memeber States: comparison of practise in Czech Republic and the United Kingdom
  17. JUDr. Tereza KYSELOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Conflict of law rules and the intellectual property rights
  18. JUDr. Miloš LEVRINC, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Reciprocita v medzinárodnom práve súkromnom
  19. Mgr. Silvie MAHDALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Prohibition of Abuse of Law as a General Principle of PIL and Its Significance in Sphere of European Insolvency Law
  20. JUDr. Mag. iur. Michal MALACKA, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Choice of law method in the context of globalization and europeanization
  21. Mgr Mária PASTORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Conflict of law rules in the intellectual property law
  22. Doc. JUDr. Ing. Bernard PEKÁR, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Identification and application of foreign law within territory of the Slovak Republic
  23. Mgr. Jiří PLATOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  24. JUDr. Ing. Bohumil POLÁČEK, Ph.D., MBA, LLM, Czech Republic
  25. Mgr. Kateřina REMSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Applying the Concept of Overriding Mandatory Rules under the Private International Law Act
  26. Prof. JUDr. Naděžda ROZEHNALOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Interests of a State and Conflict-of-Laws Rules
  27. Mgr. Iva ŠIMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Relation between Overriding Mandatory Rules and Public Policy
  28. JUDr. Jiří VALDHANS, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno
  29. Mgr. Lucia VALENTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. JUDr. Miroslava VOZÁRYOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Renvoi
  31. Mgr. Lucie ZAVADILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Renvoi and Alternative Connecting Factor

Cohabitation

  1. Nikola BOCZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Mgr. Kateřina CILEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. JUDr. Ing. Radovan DÁVID, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněn
  4. JUDr. Lenka DOBEŠOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Cohabitation and inheritance
  5. Viola FIEBEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  6. JUDr. Veronika GREBEŇOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Unjust enrichment in cohabitation
  7. Mgr. Martina GROCHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Marriage as a Requirement for Access to Legal Parentage
  8. Ing. Mgr. Lenka HOLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Inheritance rights of unmarried partner
  9. Pavlína HRUBÁ, Czech Republic
  10. Prof. JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Marriage versus Cohabitation
  11. Vlastimil JANDÁSEK, Czech Republic
  12. mgr Barbara JELONEK, Poland
    Cohabitation in Japanese Law
  13. Jana JEŘÁBKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Adoption in case of cohabiting couples from the perspective of the Constitutional Court
  14. Mgr. Bc. Petra KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    Property relationships of cohabitation compared to marital property (including housing issues)
  15. Andrea KORÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. doc. JUDr. Zdeňka KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Cohabitation within New Legislation
  17. Veronika KULICHOVÁ, Czech Republic
  18. doc. JUDR. Ján MATLÁK, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Unmarried parents in terms of Social Security
  19. Edita MAZANCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. Nikol NEVEČEŘALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Milan PALÁSEK, Czech Republic
    The Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights Relating to Cohabitation
  22. JUDr. Bronislava PAVELKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Unmarried parents and their rights and duties to a child
  23. Magdalena PETRŮ, Czech Republic
  24. Mgr. Zdena PINKAVOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Property relationships of cohabitation compared to marital property (including housing issues)
  25. Jakub POHL, Czech Republic
  26. Jana PROCHÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. JUDr. Ing. Romana ROGALEWICZOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Consideration of rights and duties of unmarried parents and their children
  28. Jiří RŮŽIČKA, Czech Republic
  29. Jitka RYVOLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Zuzana SAKAŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  31. Justyna ŚWIERCZEK, student, Poland
    WZAJEMNE RELACJE ART. 100 I 109 POLSKIEGO KODEKSU RODZINNEGO
  32. JUDr. Renáta ŠÍNOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Responsibility for husband´s and partner´s debts
  33. JUDr. Ondřej ŠMÍD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněn
  34. JUDr. Silvia TREĽOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The status of unmarried parents in the state social support system
  35. JUDr. Nora VÍGLASKÁ, Slovak Republic
    Advantages-disadvantages of marriage and living of unmarried couples
  36. JUDr. Nikola VINOPALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Unmarried Couples and Protection of the Household
  37. JUDr. Lenka WESTPHALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Informal relationships in Europe

Environmental Impact Assessment - EIA, SEA

  1. Lenka BAHÝĽOVÁ, Czech Republic
    "Procedure for consent" and related procedural issues
  2. Mgr. Pavla BEJČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. Mgr.et Mgr. Bc. Hana CEJPEK MUSILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Environmental Impact Assessment in the Area of Agriculture
  4. JUDr. Jana DUDOVÁ, Ph.D, Czech Republic
    Health impact assessment
  5. Mgr. Martin DUFALA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The public and environmental impact assessment in Slovak republic
  6. Jakub HANÁK, Czech Republic
  7. JUDr. Petra HUMLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Declaratory proceedings: small EIA?
  8. Yasir HUSSAIN, LL.B, LL.M (London), Pakistan
  9. JUDr.RNDr. Jaroslav CHYBA, DrSc., Czech Republic
    Factors influencing the expert´s opinion
  10. JUDr. Ilona JANČÁŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  11. Mgr. Zuzana JEŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Recent amendment to the EIA Act and additional permission of buildings
  12. Mgr. Michaela KONEČNÁ, Czech Republic
    The Czech Defender´s Activities in the Area of EIA Procedure
  13. prof. JUDr. Soňa KOŠIČIAROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Environmental impact assessment in Slovakia and public access to justice in environmental matters
  14. Ing, Bc. Karel LÁBR, Czech Republic
  15. JUDr. Aleš MÁCHA, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Michal MASLEN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Legal status of the public in the legislation on the environmental impact assessment
  17. Mgr. Michal MATOUŠ, Czech Republic
    Specific questions of the judicial review of decisions following on the EIA process
  18. JUDr. Hana MÜLLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    What next? Changes expected from the EIA Directive amendment in 2017.
  19. Ing. Kateřina PERNÍKÁŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. Ing. Michal POCHOP, Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Jiří POKORNÝ, Czech Republic
    Environmental impact assessment in the area of power energeering
  22. Doc. JUDr. Ivana PRŮCHOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Administrative authorities concerned and Environmental Impact Assessment
  23. JUDr. Michal SOBOTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Declaratory proceedings: small EIA?
  24. Mgr. Tomáš SVOBODA, Czech Republic
    Abuse of participation of the public in the EIA and the following proceedings
  25. Ing. Jana ŠIFTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  26. Mgr. Kateřina ŠVARCOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The status of the municipality in the assessment of environmental impact
  27. Mgr. Jitka VEČEŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Czech Defender´s Activities in the Area of EIA Procedure
  28. JUDr. Ondřej VÍCHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Process EIA and Mining of Minerals
  29. Mgr. Vojtěch VOMÁČKA, Czech Republic
  30. JUDr. Jiří ZICHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Environmental Impact Assessment in Recent Rulings of the Court of Justice of the EU
  31. Mgr. Ing. Bc. Josef ŽÁK, Czech Republic
  32. Mgr. Dominik ŽIDEK, Czech Republic
    Comparison of the Environmental impact assessment before and after the amendment no. 39/2015 Coll.

Equality in the Law

  1. Mgr. Nikoleta BITTEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Multiple discrimination as a violation of human rights – example of coercive sterilization of Roma women in Slovakia and the Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Karin BRZOBOHATÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Argument "ad absurdum" as a Means of Promoting Equality in Law
  3. Mgr. Marcel FANDÁK, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  4. Doc. JUDr. Svetlana FICOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Anti-Discrimination Cases in the Civil Litigation Procedure
  5. Hana GABRIELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  6. JUDr. Ľudmila GAJDOŠÍKOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    The Principle of Equality in the Jurisprudence of the Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic
  7. JUDr. Martin HAPLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Equality in Law as Problem of Judicial Politics
  8. JUDr. Lukáš HLOUCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  9. JUDr. Čestmír CHALOUPKA, Czech Republic
  10. Mgr. Jitka JORDÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Mobbing and Inapplicability/Applicability of the Anti-Discrimination Act
  11. Bc. Michal KRAJČOVIČ, Slovak Republic
    (Anti)discriminational legal regulation of orphan´s pension in Slovak republic
  12. Mgr. Vít KŘÍŽKA, Czech Republic
    Equality and Economic Efficiency
  13. JUDr. Jarmila KUŽELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr. Bc. Jana KVASNICOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Fight against sexism vs. freedom of speech. Law against sexist advertising
  15. Zuzana LEBEDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. Ondřej MÁLEK, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Jana NOVÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Particular aspects of judicial decision-making practice in discrimination cases of European Court of Human Rights
  18. Andrea OBUCHOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  19. Mgr. Zuzana ONDRŮJOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. JUDr. Petr OSINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. František PĚCHA, Czech Republic
  22. JUDr. Zlatica POLÁČEK TUREKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  23. Vojtěch POSPÍŠIL, Czech Republic
    Right to equal treatment from perspective of LGBT people
  24. Mgr. Olga ROSENKRANZOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Can we achieve equality? Antidiscrimination law as an approach to regulation of social relations.
  25. JUDr. David SEDLÁČEK, Czech Republic
    The principles of equality and protection of the weaker aspects of the model arbitration and enforcement proceedings
  26. Dr Jacek SROKOSZ, Poland
    Lawyers as a new social elite? Some remarks on de Toqueville's ascertainment.
  27. JUDr. Markéta ŠTĚPÁNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Equality in Aeschylos´ Oresteia
  28. Sylva ŠTĚRBOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Equality amongst the relationship between a doctor and patient?
  29. Giorgi TUMANISHVILI, PhD, Czech Republic
    Topical Issues on Equality before the Law for Intersex and Transgender Persons
  30. JUDr. Mgr. Martin TURČAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Term "equality" in the Constitution now, before and then
  31. doc. PhDr. Martina URBANOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Gender equality in the light of statistical and demographic data
  32. Mgr. Jakub VALC, Czech Republic
    Is a nonconventional appearance a new reason for discrimination in the present-day society? (A philosophical-legal analysis of the problem)
  33. PhDr.Mgr. Zdeňka VAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    LGBT tolerance as part of justice
  34. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Miloš VEČEŘA, CSc., Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Jana VOMELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  36. PhD Ewa WÓJCICKA, Poland
    The principle of the equality of arms in Polish administrative court proceedings

Legal regulation v. contractual arrangement?

  1. Veronika ANTOŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Petra AUDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. Mgr. Kateřina BLISOVÁ, Czech Republic
  4. Hynek BROŽ, Czech Republic
  5. mgr Marcin CZERWIŃSKI, Poland
    Consortium agreement and the legal framework for groups of economic operators in Polish and French public procurement law
  6. Mgr. Matěj DOBEŠ, Czech Republic
  7. Ing.Mgr. Jaroslav DOLNY, Slovak Republic
    Protection of the creditor as a weaker party
  8. Petr DOSTÁL, Czech Republic
  9. Anna DRGOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. JUDr. Jana DURAČINSKÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Legal presumption of contractual penalty agreement
  11. Zuzana DVOŘÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    High,wide and shortsighted Amendment of Slovak Exchange and Promissory Act
  12. JUDr. Kateřina EICHLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Can the Executive be appointed to the position by someone other than the General Meeting?
  13. prof. JUDr. Karel ELIÁŠ, Dr., Czech Republic
  14. Ing. Martina ENŽLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  15. Martin FLOREŠ, Czech Republic
  16. Lukáš GAMOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  17. Markéta GORELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  18. Juraj GRMAN, Czech Republic
  19. Monika HANZOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. doc. JUDr. Bohumil HAVEL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Jan HOLAS, Czech Republic
  22. Lukáš HOTOVÝ, Czech Republic
  23. Zdeněk HOUDEK, Czech Republic
    Statutory Regulation of the Shareholders Agreements in Slovakia
  24. Lukáš HRABEC, Czech Republic
  25. Mgr. Bc. Petr JEDLIČKA, Czech Republic
  26. Kamil JELÍNEK, Czech Republic
  27. Inka JUŘIČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  28. Martin KOTRBÁČEK, Czech Republic
  29. JUDr. Jaromír KOŽIAK, Czech Republic
    The Legal Catalogue of Corporations and Limits of Contractual Freedom
  30. Karel KVASNIČKA, Czech Republic
  31. Klára MAZURIKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  32. JUDr. Filip MELZER, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  33. Anna MIKULÍKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  34. Mgr. Ing. Kamil NEJEZCHLEB, Czech Republic
    Fflexibility of the SIEC test in merger review
  35. David ORŠULÍK, Czech Republic
  36. Oldřich PESLAR, Czech Republic
  37. prof. JUDr. Jarmila POKORNÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Manifestation of Will Incidental to Acquisition of Trade Name
  38. JUDr. Silvia PREPIROVA, Slovak Republic
  39. Michaela PŘETÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  40. Mgr. Monika PŘÍKAZSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Transaction costs and standard form contracts
  41. Bc. Helena PULLMANNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  42. Denisa ROLLEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  43. JUDr. Milan ROMAN, LL.M., Slovak Republic
    Legal regulation and contractual arrangements of internal electricity market of European Union
  44. Filip RONČKA, Czech Republic
  45. doc. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  46. Ing. Mgr. Radek RUBAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  47. István SÁNDOR, PhD, Dr. habil., Hungary
    Mandatory and Dispositive Rules in the Book on Legal Persons of the Hungarian Civil Code
  48. Ivana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  49. Richard STAŇO, Slovak Republic
  50. Kristina STEFANOVA, Bulgaria
    Is There a Need of EU Regulation in the Field of Franchise Agreements?
  51. Kateřina SVOBODOVÁ, Czech Republic
  52. doc. JUDr. Ing. Josef ŠILHÁN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  53. JUDr. Milan ŠVEJDA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  54. Matěj URBÁNEK, Czech Republic
  55. JUDr. Eva VEČERKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Manifestation of Will Incidental to Acquisition of Trade Name
  56. Mgr. Michal VÍTEK, Czech Republic
    Reflection on Accessory Nature of Sublease
  57. Tomáš ZVONÍČEK, Czech Republic

Liability in Law

  1. JUDr. PhDr. Stanislav BALÍK , Czech Republic
    Lawyer's liability for damage in the case law of the Supreme Court of the 30s of the 20th century
  2. JUDr. Kamila BUBELOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Actio de recepto
  3. Petr DOSTALIK, Czech Republic
    Unjustified Enrichment in the legal sources of Justinian
  4. JUDr. Miroslav FICO, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Creation of the basis of criminal responsibility (in process of attempts to unify czechoslovak criminal law)
  5. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš GÁBRIŠ, PhD., LLM, MA, Slovak Republic
    The Act no. 61/1918 Coll. and Legal Liability
  6. Mgr. Petra HAVLÍČKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  7. JUDr. Mgr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Responsibility for winter-maintaining pavements (from the First Republic perspective)
  8. Dr. KONCZ IBOLYA KATALIN, PhD, Hungary
    Specific forms of marital responsibility in the 19th century in Hungary
  9. Dr. Turkovics ISTVÁN, PhD., Hungary
    Thoughts on the Issue of Administrative Liability
  10. JUDr. Jindřich JANOUCH, Czech Republic
  11. Jakub JAŇOUR, Czech Republic
  12. Dr. JUDr. Libor KLIMEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Criminal Liability of Legal Persons in Case of European Crimes
  13. Zsuzsanna KOVÁCS, Hungary
    The responsibility of the municipal council of Miskolc in the age of Dualisam
  14. JUDr. Alexandra LETKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Review of responsibility in work "The Question of German Guilt"
  15. Mgr. MgA. Jakub MÍŠEK, Czech Republic
    Legal responsibility of a state for the quality of provided open data
  16. Lucie MRÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Drahomíra NĚMCOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Procedural duty within judicial settlement proceedings in the context of changes of civil procedure
  18. Alžbeta PEREJDOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Liability of heirs for decedent's debts in Roman law and in present
  19. JUDr. Zlatica POLÁČEK TUREKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  20. Mgr. Martina POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Guilt on Divorce and Separation in Judicature of the Supreme Court of Czechoslovak Republic in Years 1918 - 1938
  21. Michal POVAŽAN, Slovak Republic
    Legal profession and liability
  22. JUDr. Pavel SALÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  23. Dr. Pál SÁRY, PhD, Hungary
    The Penal Liability of the Prison Guards in Classical Roman Law
  24. JUDr. PhDr. Martin SKALOŠ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Historical and international aspects of the liability for violation of the law of armed conflicts
  25. Mgr. Veronika STEINOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Dealing with the past of Forced labor camps
  26. Mgr. Kamila STLOUKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Mancipatio noxalis causa
  27. Dr Aleksandra SZCZERBA-ZAWADA, Poland
    State responsibility for breach of EU principle of equal treatment
  28. JUDr. Jan ŠEJDL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Rights based on the path through the extraneous land
  29. Martin ŠLOSAR, Czech Republic
    Help and protect - police authority in Roman law
  30. Mgr. et Mgr. Lenka ŠMÍDOVÁ MALÁROVÁ, Czech Republic
    The rule "Periculum est emptoris" in the book of legal sentences Liber informationum et sententiarum for Uherské Hradiště
  31. JUDr. Ján ŠTEFANICA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Show trials in the 50's in Czechoslovakia and responsibility of criminal justice
  32. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír TAUCHEN, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Ing. Michal TUROŠÍK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The liability of the seller in roman contract of sale
  34. Mgr. Lenka VAVRUŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Roots of state lability for damage in Czech legal order
  35. Prof. JUDr. Ladislav VOJÁČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
  36. Petra ZÁVODNÁ, Czech Republic

Oversight, supervision, control in the public financial activities

  1. Dr Dobrosława ANTONÓW, Poland
    Fiscal control in Poland – selected issues
  2. Mgr. Richard BARTES, Czech Republic
  3. doc. JUDr. Radim BOHÁČ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Is the tax inspection a control in public financial activity?
  4. JUDr. František BONK, PhD., Slovak Republic
  5. Vlastimil CALABA, Czech Republic
    The Deposit and Supervision by Office for The Protection of Competition
  6. junior lecturer Vándor CSABA, Hungary
    New aspect of public procurement procedures in Hungary
  7. master's degree Damian CYMAN, Poland
    New form of money- new challenges
  8. Dr Mgr. Damian CZUDEK, Ph.D, Czech Republic
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  9. Ing. Karolína ČERVENÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Public financial activity as part of the economic system - pros and cons
  10. JUDr. Ľubomír ČUNDERLÍK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Liability of legal persons in the area of supervision of financial consumer protection
  11. Pavel DATINSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Qualified Investors´ fund for unqualified investors?
  12. Mgr. Šárka FALTOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Financial control of public admistration de lege ferenda
  13. Zahid FAROOQ, BB.A (Hons), Pakistan
  14. JUDr. Matúš FILO, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The right for business and the protection of rights of the tax entity by the control of justice of a claim for refund of excess value added tax deduction
  15. JUDr. Ivana FORRAIOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  16. JUDr. Ing. Kristýna FRONC CHALUPECKÁ, Czech Republic
    The insolvency and supervision of public financial activity
  17. Mgr. Yulia GOROSH, kandidat věd, Czech Republic
    LEGAL REGULATION OF FINANCIAL CONTROL. NEW ASPECTS.
  18. Mgr. Ing. Filip HEJL, Czech Republic
    The effect of changes especially in the field of value added tax on tax procedure law
  19. Mgr., Ing. Marian HORVÁTH, Czech Republic
    Internal audit within the subjects of public administration and its quality in theory and practice
  20. dr Andrzej HUCHLA, Poland
    Inspection Activiities as a Kind of Tax Procedure in Poland
  21. doc. JUDr. Gábor HULKÓ, PhD., Hungary
    Effectiveness of control mechanisms in the fiscal management of municipalities
  22. Remigiusz CHECINSKI, Poland
    The position and competences of Narodowy Bank Polski - the central bank of the Republic of Poland
  23. prof. Elena CHERNIKOVA, CSc., DSc., Czech Republic
    LEGAL REGULATION OF FINANCIAL CONTROL. NEW ASPECTS.
  24. mgr Tomasz JANICKI, Poland
    Finance Minister's supervision over the uniformity of the interpretation of tax law
  25. PhD in economics Maria JANKOWSKA, Poland
    Tax advisory in Poland, Duties of the head accountant of the public finanse sector in Poland
  26. Michal JANOVEC, Czech Republic
    Public guarantee of privite finance
  27. mgr Anna JANOWSKA, Poland
    Shaping the uniform judicial decisions of the administrative courts in tax cases
  28. Mgr. Monika JEŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Child in financial-legal relations
  29. dr Edvard JUCHNEVIC, Poland
    Free income tax in the light of Polish Law
  30. Ing. Radka KAPOUNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  31. Jiří KAPPEL, Czech Republic
  32. Mgr. Radka KLOUDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Role of the Ministry of Finance when approving the general business conditions of the building societies
  33. dr Rafał KOWALCZYK, Poland
    Legal control of the realization of a selection of own revenues of a municipality
  34. Dr Mgr. Michal KOZIEŁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněn
  35. Mgr. Jana KRANECOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Law of the management and control of public finances
  36. Vít KROPJOK, Czech Republic
    Bank Holding Companies and its foreign operations within the European Union and the United States Territory
  37. Mgr. Jana KRUCKÁ, Czech Republic
  38. doc. JUDr. Soňa KUBINCOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Inspection of public finances in SR - representative problems
  39. JUDr. Tatiana KUBINCOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  40. Mgr. Lubomír KUČERA, Czech Republic
    Control mechanism within the area of excise duties
  41. PhD Ziemowit KUKULSKI , Poland
    Trends in Polish Treaty Practice with the EU Member States
  42. JUDr. Ing. Libor KYNCL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Supervision, Oversight, Inspection and Audit on the Financial Market
  43. Mgr. Michal LIŠKA, Czech Republic
    System and models of financial control
  44. Ing. Jan LOKAJÍČEK, Czech Republic
  45. Prof. JUDr. Hana MARKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Control and reviewing of the financial management of local government units as the same instruments?
  46. JUDr. Pavel MATOUŠEK, Czech Republic
  47. JUDr. Vladislav MIČÁTEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Budget Responsibility of the State and its Control Mechanisms
  48. Prof. zw. dr hab. Wiesława MIEMIEC, Poland
    Subjective scope of liability for violation of public finance discipline in connection with the public procurement.
  49. mgr Monika MICHALAK , Poland
    Commissioner for Civil Rights Protection and his supervision over tax payers in Poland
  50. dr hab. Wojciech MORAWSKI, prof. UMK, Poland
    Refund of taxes levied in breach of EU law- the effectiveness of the control of compliance of tax law with EU law
  51. doc. JUDr. Petr MRKÝVKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  52. Mgr. Jan NECKÁŘ, Czech Republic
    TBA
  53. Phd Przemysław PANFIL, Poland
    Models of independent fiscal institutions
  54. JUDr. Ivana PAŘÍZKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    will be announced later
  55. Ing. Mgr. Jana PECKOVÁ HODEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Role of the Ministry of Finance when approving the general business conditions of the building societies
  56. JUDr. Miriama PORUBSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Control operation of the project in the area of public administration
  57. Mgr. Petr PROKOP, Czech Republic
  58. doc. JUDr. Ing. Michal RADVAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    ELEKTRONICKÁ EVIDENCE TRŽEB JAKO NÁSTROJ KONTROLY V BERNÍM PRÁVU
  59. JUDr. Anna ROMÁNOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
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  60. JUDr. Tomáš SEJKORA, Czech Republic
    Particular Doubts as Condition for Initiating of Tax Inspection
  61. Mgr. Johan SCHWEIGL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Development of Commercial Banking in the Czech Lands
  62. JUDr. Ing. Hana SKALICKÁ, Ph.D., BA, Czech Republic
    Tax Audit in the Czech Republic
  63. Mgr. Petra SNOPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Apply of controlling mechanisms within the scope of value added tax
  64. Mgr. Ivana STEHLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  65. JUDr. Olga SVOBODOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Control of contribution for improvement of natural environment
  66. JUDr. Michal ŠILHÁNEK, Czech Republic
    The position of the tax authorities and the audit authority in controlling grant projects
  67. Taťána ŠPÍRKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Actual questions connected with the competences of the Supreme Audit Office
  68. JUDr. Dana ŠRAMKOVÁ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Post-clearance control procedure de lege lata and de lege ferenda
  69. JUDr. Ivana ŠTIEBEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Tax inspection as a tool to eliminate tax evasion
  70. Mgr. Václav TOUL, Czech Republic
  71. Mgr. Michal TULÁČEK, Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno
  72. Mgr. Ing. Martina VALACHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Country by Country Reporting
  73. Mgr. Jakub VOJTĚCH, Czech Republic
    The specifics of supervision of Islamic banks
  74. JUDr. Roman VYBÍRAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  75. Ing. Ph.D. Milena WIDOMSKÁ, MBA, Czech Republic
  76. dr hab Patrycja ZAWADZKA, PhD, Poland
    Financial Supervision and Judicial Review of Decisions Made by National Regulatory Authorities in the EU Countries
  77. JUDr. Lukáš ZRŮST, BA (Hons), LL.M., MBA, Czech Republic
    Financial guarantee schemes

Political Rights

  1. Mgr. Martin BOBÁK, Czech Republic
  2. Mgr. et Mgr. Bc. Milan BOHÁČEK, M.A., Czech Republic
    Institute of Lay Judges as Part of the Right to Exercise Public Offices
  3. Pavel DOUBEK, Czech Republic
    Islam or democracy we don´t want in Czech republic? (limitation of freedom of expression on the internet)
  4. JUDr. František EMMERT, Czech Republic
    Legislation of citizenship (German, Czechoslovakian, Protectorate) in the Czech lands 1938-1942
  5. Mgr. Jan GRINC, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Regulation on the statute and funding of European Political Parties and the future of the freedom of political assembly in the European Union
  6. Adam HERMA, Czech Republic
  7. PhDr. Martin HOREMUŽ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Human Rights in the Russian Federation. Selected Dimensions and Problems
  8. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Universal suffrage in the age of internet
  9. Mgr. Pavel KANDALEC, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  10. Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk KOUDELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The limits of judicial power
  11. doc. JUDr. Klaudia MARCZYOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Political rights - real instrument of democracy
  12. Mgr. Matúš MELUŠ, Slovak Republic
    Devolution - the specific model of policy in Great Britain
  13. JUDr. Pavel MOLEK, Czech Republic
  14. Vítězslav NĚMČÁK, Czech Republic
    Political disputes at the Constitutional court
  15. Mgr. Lenka PEKAŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Judge and his political rights
  16. Lenka PÍČOVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  17. Mgr. Marián PIVÁČEK, Slovak Republic
    Freedom of expression as a means of implementing democracy
  18. Alžbeta ROSINOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Ivo SVOBODA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Administrative Aspects in Implementation of Fredom of Assembly
  20. Tereza SYLVESTROVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  21. Mgr. Pavel ŠUTKA, Czech Republic
    Problems of nomination of candidates for the President of the Czech republic

Public Service in Public Administration (as service to public)

  1. Muhammad AFZAAL, LL.B, Pakistan
  2. JUDr. Michal ALÁČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Special features of the law enforcement officer`s state service
  3. Mgr. Kristýna BENEŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    will be specifed
  4. doctor/ PhD Paulina BIEŚ-SROKOSZ, Poland
    Whether the activities of government agencies is an example of public service in the public administration? Selected Issues
  5. Aleš BLAHUT, Czech Republic
  6. Associate Professor Boštjan BREZOVNIK, Ph.D., Slovenia
    The Provision of Services of General Interest in Slovenia
  7. Antonija BRKIĆ, LL.B., Croatia
    Delegation of state affairs in the jurisdiction of regional self-government in Croatia
  8. Mgr. Stanislava BROTHÁNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  9. Jan BROŽ, Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno.
  10. judge Anamaria Cristina CERCEL, PHD, Romania
    Incompatibility of Elected Local Persons
  11. Trainee judge Cosmina CODRESCU, Phd Student, Romania
    Ethics versus corruption - Vulnerabilities of the administrative system
  12. Dr. Lajos CSÖRGITS, Hungary
    Kindergarten education as a public service or an individual obligation?
  13. Mgr. Bc. Mgr. Filip DOSTÁL, MPA, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr Veronika DOUBKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The status and activities of officials involved in the asylum procedure
  15. Dr. Jácint FERENCZ, PhD, Hungary
    Fundamental rules in the labour law of Hungarian public service
  16. JUDr. Zdeněk FIALA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Several notes the intention of exempting the security forces from the scope of the Act on Offences in relation to offenses and certain other current procedural issues in matters of service of members of security forces.
  17. JUDr. Kateřina FRUMAROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Regression payments - an instrument for "more responsible" public administration?
  18. Mgr. Robert GEORGIEV, Czech Republic
  19. Bc. Lucie GREČMALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. Paweł GROBELNY, Poland
    Local Government as a public service
  21. JUDr. Petr HLUŠTÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude doplněn později
  22. Anna HNATÓW, Poland
    Polish regulation of Controlled Financial Capital - theoretical and practical approach
  23. JUDr. Monika HORÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Public service- special topics
  24. Mgr. Anna CHAMRÁTHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Possibilities of ombudsman's interventions into the public service
  25. Shahid IMRAN, LL.B, Pakistan
  26. JUDr. Mgr. Luboš JEMELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  27. Mgr. Nikola JÍLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Protection of Rights in Public Service
  28. JUDr. Jana JURNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Personal aspects of decision-making process in international protection procedures
  29. Mgr. Bc. Ivo KEISLER, Czech Republic
    Disciplinary Liability of Civil Servants
  30. Judit KÉRI, Hungary
    The principles of the Hungarian public administration in the field of employment policy
  31. JUDr. Alena KLIKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    will be specified later
  32. Jakub KLODWIG, Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Petr KOLMAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  34. pplk. rada Mgr. Viktor KOUDELKA, Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Bc. Alžbeta KRÁLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Personal aspects of decision-making process in international protection procedures
  36. JUDr. Zdeněk KREJČÍ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Disciplined members of the Police of the Czech Republic
  37. Mgr. Petr KRUTIŠ, Czech Republic
  38. JUDr. Jitka MADEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  39. JUDr. Ing. Petr MACHÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  40. Master of Law Michał MAKUCH, Poland
    Civil service in Poland 1918-1939. An outline.
  41. Dr Magdalena MICHALAK, Phd, Poland
    Public servants and access to public information in Poland
  42. Dr. Klára NAGY, PhD., Hungary
    The legal fate of a rule in the act on electoral procedure
  43. Radim NENÁL, Czech Republic
  44. Iva OPLETALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Civil Service Act as an Instrument for Depoliticization of Public Administration?
  45. Ing. Jitka PĚKNÁ, Czech Republic
    Specifics of the civil service of the state employee and employee of the security forces
  46. Mgr. Alena PELIKÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  47. Ing. Mgr. Jan PIAZZA, Czech Republic
  48. Mgr. Jaroslav PLAVEC, Czech Republic
  49. JUDr. Ladislav POKORNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Dismissal from the service with security corps
  50. JUDr. Lukáš POTĚŠIL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Protection of Rights in Public Service
  51. doc. JUDr. Olga POUPEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Independent administrative agencies in context of the judgment Pl. ÚS 21/14
  52. JUDr. Ladislav PRUDIL, Czech Republic
  53. Prof. JUDr. Petr PRŮCHA, CSc., Czech Republic
  54. lecturer phd Voinea RALUCA, Romania
    ORGANIZATION AND OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC UTILITY COMMUNITY SERVICES
  55. Danijela ROMIĆ, M.P.A., senior lecturer, Croatia
  56. JUDr. Stanislav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  57. Mgr. Dušan SCHMIDT, Czech Republic
  58. Doc. JUDr. Soňa SKULOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněn
  59. Barbora SLÁNSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Service act as the inspiration for service relationship of officials of regional units de lege ferenda
  60. Mgr. David SLOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
  61. JUDr. Veronika SMUTNÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  62. JUDr. Martin ŠKUREK, Czech Republic
    Service of professional soldiers
  63. Mgr. Jan TEPLÝ, Czech Republic
  64. prof. JUDr. Katarína TÓTHOVÁ, DrSc., Slovak Republic
    The competence of the Ombudsman as a public service
  65. Željka VAJDA HALAK, LL.B., lecturer, Croatia
    The election of deans in public institutions in the Republic of Croatia with special emphasis on colleges
  66. JUDr. Radomíra VALÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  67. JUDr. Bc. Pavel VETEŠNÍK, Czech Republic
  68. Mgr. Zuzana VRÁTNÁ, Czech Republic
  69. Mgr. Marek VRBÍK, Czech Republic
    Differences in legislation relating to the issue of disciplinary responsibility of prosecutors in the Czech Republic and prosecutors in the Slovak Republic.
  70. Ewelina ŻELASKO-MAKOWSKA, doktor, Poland
    Polish supervisory model of local government
  71. JUDr. Pavol ZLOCH, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Some considerations on the social-legal status of members of municipal police of Slovakia.

Responsibility of States, International Organisations and the European Union for Damages Caused to Individuals through Illegal Exercise of Public Power

  1. Daniel ARBET, Slovak Republic
    Názov príspevku bude upresnený
  2. Mgr. et Mgr. Helena BARTÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Liability of EU Institutions in Relation to Competition Law
  3. JUDr. Radoslav BENKO, Ph.D., LL.M., Slovak Republic
    Liability of Member State for damage caused to individual by infringement of EU law attributable to the national courts
  4. Mgr. Zdeněk ČERVÍNEK, Czech Republic
  5. JUDr. Adam GIERTL, Slovak Republic
    Responsibility of the State for violation of the European Convention on Human Rights beyond the Territory of the State itself
  6. Mgr. Kateřina HLINKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    State Liability and EEA
  7. JUDr. Radim CHARVÁT, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Jiří CHROBÁK, Czech Republic
  9. Mgr. Marek JAROŠ, Czech Republic
    Responsibility relations arising in the process of exercising the diplomatic protection in terms of contemporary international law
  10. JUDr. Jitka KAPITÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  11. Petr KILIAN, Czech Republic
    Jurisdictional Immunities of the State
  12. Richard KOZÁČEK, Slovak Republic
  13. Filip KŘEPELKA, Czech Republic
    Francovich type liability in the European Union as supranational organization- reality or phantom?
  14. JUDr. Mgr. Jozef MEDELSKÝ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The European Court of Human Rights status of the inspection of Ministry of interior of the Slovak Republic
  15. Petr NAVRÁTIL, Czech Republic
    Non-contractual liability of the EU: cui bono?
  16. Doc.JUDr.. Antonín NESVADBA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
  17. Zdeněk NOVÝ, Czech Republic
  18. Mgr. Iva PALKOVSKÁ, Czech Republic
    The potential liability of the European Union for damages caused in relation to the metric used for measuring emissions of passenger cars
  19. Mgr. Ivan PUŠKÁR, Slovak Republic
    Jurisdictional Immunity of International Organizations
  20. Mgr. Iveta ROHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Liability of the EU due to international law infringement - the view of an individual
  21. JUDr. David SEHNÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Responsibility of a State in USA and in European Union
  22. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Ing. Michael SIMAN, PhD., D.E.A., Slovak Republic
    Principles of equivalence and effectiveness
  23. Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Miroslav SLAŠŤAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Zodpovednosť členského štátu za škodu spôsobenú porušením práva EÚ - teória a prax v Slovenskej republike
  24. Doc. JUDr. Václav STEHLÍK, LL.M., Ph.D., Czech Republic
  25. Dušan SULITKA, Czech Republic
    When David Meets Goliath: Enforcing the EU Law Against the Member State (View of the Individual)
  26. Mgr. et Mgr. Kristina ŠPOTTOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The liability of Member States for the misconduct of the judiciary and its reflection in the Czech legislation and case law
  27. Johana ŠULCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  28. prof. JUDr. Vladimír TÝČ, CSc., Czech Republic
  29. Mgr. Romana VAŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  30. Mgr. Aneta VONDRÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Are the Member States liable for damages caused by breaches of EU law in the field of taxation?

Systemic issues of private law

  1. Markéta ADÁMKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Dominik BERAN, Czech Republic
  3. professor SEVASTIAN CERCEL, PHD, Romania
    The Concession of Public Property in Romanian Law: Public Law and Private Law Relations
  4. prof. JUDr. Ján CIRÁK, CSc., Slovak Republic
  5. Mgr. Petr COUFALÍK, Czech Republic
    the procedural legitimacy
  6. JUDr. Attila Csaba CSÉFFAI, Hungary
    Evolution of expert evidence in the civil procedure
  7. JUDr. György CZIRFUSZ, Hungary
    Some thoughts on liability for defects
  8. JUDr. Kateřina ČUHELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  9. Raluca Elena DINCULESCU, PhD candidate, Romania
    The Active Role of the Judge in the New Romanian Code of Civil Procedure
  10. JUDr. Eva DOBROVOLNÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Property Law and Law of Obligations in the System of Civil Law and their interactions
  11. doc. JUDr. Anton DULAK, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
  12. doc. JUDr. Denisa DULAKOVÁ, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
  13. JUDr. Milan EBERLE, Czech Republic
  14. prof. JUDr. Josef FIALA, CSc., Czech Republic
  15. Karolína FILIPOVÁ, Czech Republic
  16. PhD Professor Daniel GHITA, Romania
    Failed Reform Elements in the New Romanian Code of Civil Procedure
  17. prof. JUDr. Zdeňka GREGOROVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Labour Law from the Point of View of European and National Law
  18. Mgr. Jozef GREGUŠ , Slovak Republic
    Payment of salary compensation for unused vacation in the intentions of decesion of European Court of Justice
  19. JUDr. Lukáš HADAMČÍK, Czech Republic
    Defect of form as a cause of nullity - comparative study
  20. Anna HNATÓW, Poland
    Taxation of cross-border mergers and acquisitions in Polish law
  21. Mgr. Miloslav HRDLIČKA, Czech Republic
  22. prof. JUDr. Jan HURDÍK, DrSc., Czech Republic
  23. JUDr. Michal JANOUŠEK, Czech Republic
    Defect of form as a cause of nullity - comparative study
  24. Dr. Ágnes JUHÁSZ , PhD, Hungary
    Changes in the contractual position under the new Hungarian Civil Code
  25. Mgr. Katarína KANDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Intersection of civil and criminal regulations in reaction to the otherwise criminal acts committed by children under the age of fifteen
  26. JUDr. Pavel KOUKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Interaction Between Civil and Intellectual Property Law
  27. Mgr Lic. et Mgr. Ingrid KOVÁŘOVÁ KOCHOVÁ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
    be later
  28. JUDr. Lukáš KRÁLÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Private versus public in case of EU law transposition
  29. Mgr. Lukáš KREJČÍK, Czech Republic
    Intersections of private and public law from the perspective of environmental protection
  30. JUDr. Vladimír KREMLÍK, Czech Republic
  31. Edit KRISTON, Hungary
    Toughts about the regulation of matrimonial property rights in EU and in Hungary
  32. JUDr. Gabriela KUBÁTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Jan KUBIZŇÁK, Czech Republic
    Status of Obliged Person's Spouse in Execution Proceedings after 1 July 2015
  34. Karel LACH, Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Martin LEBEDA, Czech Republic
    Remission of debts in the discharge from Debts
  36. Senior Lecturer TICU MADALIN SAVU, University of Craiova Faculty of Law, Romania
    The Concession of Public Property in Romanian Law: Public Law and Private Law Relations
  37. Tymoteusz MADRY, Poland
    The EU's influence on spatial planning law
  38. David MAŘÁDEK, Czech Republic
    The use of audio and audio-visual recording, made by a private individual, as evidence in civil proceeding
  39. Mgr. Marek MASLÁK, Slovak Republic
    The impact of European Private Law on civil law in national legal systems of the Member States of the European Union
  40. Mgr. Zbyněk MATULA, Czech Republic
    The "unwritten" civil law
  41. Kateřina MILICHOVÁ, Czech Republic
  42. Mgr. Martina MUŠÁLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Lapse of Rights to Redress the Harm into Personal and Natural Rights
  43. JUDr. Regina PALKOVÁ HUČKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Selected aspects of personal data protection within electronic commerce
  44. Mgr. Ondřej PAVELEK, Czech Republic
  45. Robert PEŠA, Czech Republic
  46. Mgr. Jiří PORKERT, Czech Republic
  47. Dr. Réka PUSZTAHELYI, PhD, Hungary
    Inner and outer challenges of the Hungarian delictual liability system in terms of high dangerous activities
  48. phd candidat Voinea RELU EDUARD, Romania
    THE RIGHT TO PRIVACY IN ROMANIA. MODERNIZATION, UNIFORMITY, SOCIO – POLITICAL IMPLICATIONS
  49. dr. Edit SÁPI, Hungary
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  50. doc. JUDr. Markéta SELUCKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  51. Mgr. Vlastislav STAVINOHA, Czech Republic
  52. Professor PhD Scurtu STEFAN, Romania
    Modalities made use of in order to extinguish obligations, as they are ruled by the Romanian Civil Code
  53. JUDr. Jaroslav STRÁNSKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Development and Content of the EU Social Policy and its Influence on the Czech Regulation of Labour Relations
  54. David STŘÍŽ, Czech Republic
  55. Milan ŠAJER, Czech Republic
  56. Mgr. Jozef ŠTEFANKO, PhD., LL.M., Slovak Republic
    An Essay on Private Law for the Present Day
  57. Adam TIETZ, Czech Republic
  58. JUDr. David UHLÍŘ, Czech Republic
  59. Mgr. Bc. Pavel VÁŽAN, Czech Republic
    Rights in rem under the present system of private law
  60. dr. Attila VERMES, Hungary
    Cross-border Insurance Contracts in Europe
  61. Mgr Michał WDOWIAK, PhD student, Poland
    The right of the buyer to refuse acceptance of a dwelling because of its significant defects
  62. Konrad WEGLINSKI, student, Poland
    Personal bankruptcy - debtor's privilege or eligibility?
  63. JUDr. Tomáš ZVERKA, Slovak Republic
    Public and private law in the present

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