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Substantive and Procedural Principles of Criminal Law and their Application in Practice

  1. Candidate of law sciences Hanna AUDZEI, Candidate of law sciences, Belarus
  2. Sabina BÁŇOVÁ, Czech Republic
  3. Dr Robert BARTKÓ , PhD LL.M , Hungary
    Erosion on the fundamental criminal procedural principles referring to the irregular migration
  4. Mgr. Radka BARTOŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. JUDr. Andrej BELEŠ, Slovak Republic
  6. Jan BIRAVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  7. Ema BLAŽKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  8. Martina BOJANOVSKÁ, Czech Republic
  9. Čeněk BŘENDA, Czech Republic
  10. prof. JUDr. Jozef ČENTÉŠ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  11. Mgr. David ČEP, Czech Republic
    Obligatory Defence And Legal Entity - All Clear?
  12. JUDr. Kateřina ČERVINKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  13. Mgr. Natálie DOČEKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. JUDr. Erik ELIAS, Slovak Republic
    Selected aspects of the basic principles of criminal proceedings in the historical and legal context in the Slovak Republic and the Czech Republic
  15. Simona FEDOROVA , Slovak Republic
  16. prof. JUDr. Jaroslav FENYK, PhD., DSc., Univ. Priv. Prof., Czech Republic
    The Principle of Material Truth in the Czech Criminal Proceedings
  17. Bc. Denisa FIANTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  18. Dominik FOJT, Czech Republic
    The principle „ne bis in idem“ in the European Union
  19. doc. JUDr. Marek FRYŠTÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  20. Hana GABRIELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. Jana HAJŽMANOVÁ, Czech Republic
  22. JUDr. Denisa HAMRANOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The application of the principle nemo tenetur ipsum accusare in the field of drug crime
  23. Zuzana HLAVÁČOVÁ, Czech Republic
  24. Kateřina HLAVÁČOVÁ , Czech Republic
    Compliance of dismissal of security forces officer with criminal law principles
  25. JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  26. Dr. Nemeth IMRE, PhD., Hungary
    Autonomous Vehicles and the Prospective Change in Criminal Liability
  27. Ilona JAKUBČÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  28. Veronika JANATOVÁ, Czech Republic
  29. Mgr. Michal JÍLOVEC, Czech Republic
    Application of Article 2 section 5 of the Code of Criminal Procedure during criminal proceedings
  30. prof. JUDr. Věra KALVODOVÁ, Dr., Czech Republic
  31. Mgr. Katarína KANDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Recent trends in application of principle of subsidiarity of criminal repression
  32. Tatsiana KHATSIANEVICH, Candidate of law sciences, Belarus
  33. Mgr. Karel KNAIFL, Czech Republic
    Models of retroactivity in substantive criminal law
  34. Mgr. Pavel KOTLÁN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Principle of Subsidiarity of Criminal Repression and Judicature of The Supreme Court of the Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Bc. Kateřina KOVÁŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Principles Applying to Imposition of Criminal Sanctions
  36. prof. JUDr. Vladimír KRATOCHVÍL, CSc, Czech Republic
    The Principle of Accesority of Accomplicity Regarding the Guilt and the Punishment
  37. JUDr. Zdeněk KREJČÍ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The principle of officialism and criminological traces?
  38. JUDr. Dominika KUČEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    The basic principles of protection measures and their application in practice
  39. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
  40. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
  41. Zuzana LEBEDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  42. Mgr. Marcela LUKÁŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Basic principles of evidence and their application in "modern" criminal proceedings
  43. JUDr. Veronika MARKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The principle of pre-trial judge.
  44. doc. JUDr. Darina MAŠĽANYOVÁ, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Criminal offence of bodily harm and principle of subsidiarity of criminal repression
  45. PhDr. JUDr. Mgr. Jozef MEDELSKÝ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    International and european guarantees of the right not to be prosecuted twice
  46. Martin MIČKAL, Czech Republic
    Principle of contradictority in light of the recodification of criminal procedure law
  47. Mgr. Zdeněk MICHORA, Czech Republic
    Withdrawal from the punishment of the perpetrator
  48. mgr Magdalena NASUTA, PhD student, Poland
    Applying the select substantive and procedural principles implicit in the Polish Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedure for the practice of prosecuting the organized crime
  49. JUDr. Júlia ONDROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Constitutional limitations on the content of criminal law standards
  50. JUDr. Ladislav POKORNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  51. doc. JUDr. Peter POLÁK, PhD., Slovak Republic
  52. doc. JUDr. Olga POUPEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  53. Tereza PRÁŠKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  54. JUDr. Jan PROVAZNÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Basic Principles of Criminal Proceedings and Providing Information to Public in the Preparatory Proceedings
  55. doc. JUDr. Sergej ROMŽA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Principle of concentration vs. Principle of investigation the facts beyond reasonable doubts
  56. Ferenc SÁNTHA, PhD, Hungary
    The definition of criminal organization and related court practice in tax-fraud criminal cases
  57. Mgr. Bc. Jolana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  58. Mgr. Zdeněk Jiří SKUPIN, Czech Republic
    Spent convictions - functions and principles
  59. David STŘÍŽ, Czech Republic
  60. Dorota SVOBODOVÁ, Czech Republic
  61. JUDr. Eva SZABOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Criminal liability of legal persons in context with crimes against life and health
  62. Milan ŠAJER, Czech Republic
  63. doc. JUDr. Filip ŠČERBA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    (Dis)harmony of Private Prosecution with Basic Principles of Czech Criminal Law
  64. Ján ŠEVČÍK, Czech Republic
  65. prof. JUDr. Ivan ŠIMOVČEK, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Some principles of criminal prosecution of legal entities.
  66. JUDr. Monika ŠKROVÁNKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Presumption of innocence in the light of amendment of the Slovak Criminal Law
  67. doc. JUDr. Marcela TITTLOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Criminal law as the last ratio in the issue of domestic violence
  68. Markéta TŘÍSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  69. JUDr. Zoltán VALENTOVIČ, Slovak Republic
    Proving basic arbitures
  70. Mgr. Dominik VANEK, Slovak Republic
    The principle of the right to a lawful judge in the use of information and technical means
  71. JUDr. Roman VICHEREK, Czech Republic
  72. MUDr. Mgr. Tomáš VOJTÍŠEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  73. doc. JUDr. Miroslava VRÁBLOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Responsibility for fault and criminal offences against life and health
  74. prof. JUDr. Jozef ZÁHORA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Application of the Principle of Proportionality and Moderation in the Use of Information-technology in Criminal Proceedings
  75. Veronika ZSIRAI, Hungary
    Changes in the Hungarian Criminal Legal Means against Human Smuggling with reference to the Fight against the irregular migration
  76. JUDr. Michal ŽOFČÁK, Slovak Republic
    Principle - Right to a fair trial, judicial protection and legal judge

Liability for Offenses (According to the New Legal Regulation)

  1. Mgr. Denisa BAČOVSKÁ, Czech Republic
  2. mgr Adrian BIELECKI, Phd candidate, Poland
    Who is to blame? Piercing the corporate veil and administrative fines for antitrust law infringements
  3. Kateřina BRANDEJSOVÁ, Czech Republic
  4. Mgr. Martin CÍFERSKÝ, Slovak Republic
    Administrative proceedings in imposing sanctions in a case of overlapping of administrative offenses
  5. JUDr. Petr ČERNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Exoneration of misdemeanor liability of the legal person.
  6. Dr (PhD) Daria DANECKA, Poland
    Offenses and administrative fine in Polish law
  7. Ieva DEVIATNIKOVAITE, Lithuania
    Code of Administrative Offenses in the Republic of Lithuania (New Legal Regulations)
  8. Žaneta DOČKALÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  9. Jakub DOSEDĚL, Czech Republic
  10. Mgr Veronika DOUBKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Indirect offender
  11. JUDr. Jan DVOŘÁK, Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Zdeněk FIALA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Responsibility for offenses by members of the security forces according the new legislation.
  13. Mgr. Alena FLORIÁNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. JUDr. Kateřina FRUMAROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  15. JUDr. Barbora GONSIOROVÁ, Czech Republic
    A natural person as an offender in a new legal regulation
  16. Jan GREGOR, Czech Republic
  17. JUDr. David HEJČ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Administrative punishment and the principle of nullum criminal sine lege scripta as the limit for sub-statutory legislation
  18. Pavlína HRUBÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Karel HUNEŠ, Czech Republic
  20. Mgr. Jana CHÁBEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. Čestmír CHALOUPKA, Czech Republic
  22. JUDr. Josef CHÝLE, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  23. Mgr. Nikola JÍLKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The exceptional reduce of the rate of penalty
  24. Mgr. Bc. Ivo KEISLER, Czech Republic
    Reform of Administrative Punishment and Disciplinary Offenses
  25. JUDr. Vít KLAPAL, Czech Republic
  26. Dominika KNAPOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. PhD ANNA KOREPINA, Russian Federation
    Trends of the legislation on administrative offences of the Russian Federation
  28. prof. JUDr. Soňa KOŠIČIAROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Disciplinary offenses of members of self-governing professional associations and new liability regulations of administrative offenses in the Czech Republic and Slovakia
  29. Mgr. Marie KOTRLÁ, Czech Republic
  30. dr Barbara KOWALCZYK , Poland
    Conception of Administrative Fines in the Amended Polish Code of Administrative Procedure
  31. Mgr. Petr KRUTIŠ, Czech Republic
  32. Mgr. Nela KŘUPALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  33. phd katarzyna KUŁAK-KRZYSIAK, Poland
    The essence and function of an administrative penalty in the law on road traffic law
  34. Ing. Bc. Karel LÁBR, Czech Republic
  35. Eva LÁSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Effectiveness of the new offense law in relation to offenses committed abroad
  36. Mgr. Petr LESA, Czech Republic
  37. Mgr. Tomáš MAŇAS, Czech Republic
  38. Mgr Jakub MARTINEC, Czech Republic
    The Incidents within Neighbourhood as Administrative Offences in the New Legislation
  39. Mgr. Zuzana MELCROVÁ, Czech Republic
  40. Dr Magdalena MICHALAK, Phd, Poland
    Liability for offences - comments on new Polish regulations
  41. Mgr. Jindřich MIKULÁŠTÍK, Czech Republic
  42. Mgr. et Mgr Ing. Josef NEKVAPIL, Czech Republic
  43. Mgr. Adam ONDRUCH, Czech Republic
    Responsibility for the misconduct of soldiers
  44. Dr Jerzy PARCHOMIUK, Ph.D., Poland
    Can Abuse of Rights Be a Fundament of Administrative Punishment?
  45. Ondřej PAVLECH, Czech Republic
  46. JUDr.Ing. Bernard PEKÁR, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Reflections on the codification of administrative criminal law within the Slovak republic and its scope
  47. Mgr. Patrícia PEVALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Age limit of liability for offenses
  48. Ing. Jaroslav PIŠTĚK, Czech Republic
  49. Mgr. Bc. Kateřina POSPÍŠILOVÁ , Czech Republic
  50. JUDr. Lukáš POTĚŠIL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Reform of Administrative Punishment and its results
  51. Mgr. Petr PROKOP, Czech Republic
  52. Prof. JUDr. Petr PRŮCHA, CSc., Czech Republic
  53. dr. Łukasz PRUS, Poland
    Conception of Administrative Fines in the Amended Polish Code of Administrative Procedure
  54. Mgr. Miroslav PŘIDAL, Czech Republic
  55. Mgr. Pavel PŮČEK, Czech Republic
  56. Wojciech RADECKI, Czech Republic
    Offenses and administrative torts in Polish law
  57. JUDr. Stanislav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  58. Mgr. Jan SCHEUER, Czech Republic
    About material aspect of administrative offence in the new administrative criminal law
  59. Mgr. Dušan SCHMIDT, Czech Republic
  60. Doc. JUDr. Soňa SKULOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  61. prof. JUDr. Vladimír SLÁDEČEK, DrSc., Czech Republic
    On the new concept of administrative punishment
  62. Mgr. David SLOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
  63. JUDr. Veronika SMUTNÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  64. Mgr. Jitka STRAKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  65. Mgr. Martin STUDNIČKA, Czech Republic
  66. Jaroslava SUKENÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  67. Ing. Robert ŠKRÁŠEK, Czech Republic
  68. JUDr. Martin ŠKUREK, Czech Republic
    Mitigating and aggravating circumstances under the new Offense Act
  69. Mgr. Jan TEPLÝ, Czech Republic
  70. Mgr. Pavlína TOMANCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  71. Ing.Mgr Daniel TYRAJ, Czech Republic
  72. Mgr. Štěpán UHER, Czech Republic
  73. JUDr. Bc. Pavel VETEŠNÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Special deviations in liability for offenses
  74. JUDr. Ondřej VÍCHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  75. Eva VŠETEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  76. Mgr. Pavel VŠETIČKA, Czech Republic
    Changes in sanctions for transitions in the light of the reform of the right of punishment
  77. Adam ZEMAN, Czech Republic
  78. JUDr. Jiří ZICHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  79. Mgr. Radomír ZIMEK, Czech Republic
  80. Mgr. Bc. Josef ŽÁK, Czech Republic

Aktuální otázky evropského mezinárodního práva soukromého

  1. Sandra BARNETOVÁ, Czech Republic
  2. Martin BULLA, Slovak Republic
    Determination of the forum in cases concerning employment contracts in air transport industry
  3. JUDr. Filip ČERNÝ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno
  4. JUDr. Klára DRLIČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Will be specified
  5. Mgr. Michaela GARAJOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  6. Mgr. Slavomír HALLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Specified later
  7. Jiří HRADSKÝ, Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Miluše HRNČIŘÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Mediační doložka a rozhodné právo
  9. JUDr. Dominik KRÁLIK, Slovak Republic
    European regulation of concerns
  10. Michaela KURKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  11. JUDr. Tereza KYSELOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno
  12. JUDr. Miloš LEVRINC, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The application of "lex mercatoria" in contractual obligations with a foreign element
  13. Mgr. Silvie MAHDALOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Current Development in tne CJEU Case Law in the Sphere of European Insolvency Law
  14. JUDr. Tomáš MACH, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno
  15. JUDr. Mag. iur. Michal MALACKA, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno
  16. Zdeněk NOVÝ, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Pavla PLACHÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  18. Mgr. Kateřina REMSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Lis pendens in European Private International Law
  19. Prof. JUDr. Naděžda ROZEHNALOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Exclusive and Non-exclusive Choice-of-Court Agreements
  20. JUDr. et Mgr. Lukáš RYŠAVÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Choice of law and the new "Rome regulations"
  21. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Ing. Michael SIMAN, PhD., D.E.A., Slovak Republic
    European Account Preservation Order
  22. Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Miroslav SLAŠŤAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Pros and Cons of European Private International Law
  23. Denisa ŠIMANSKÁ , Czech Republic
  24. Mgr. Štěpán ŠTARHA, Czech Republic
  25. Adam TIETZ, Czech Republic
  26. Kateřina ZABLOUDILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. JUDr. Lucie ZAVADILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Nařízení o majetkových poměrech manželů a nařízení o dědictví – dva předpisy, jedno právo?

Effect of the parliamentary elections on constitutional mechanisms

  1. Mgr. Daniel ASKARI, Czech Republic
    Constructive answers of a constitutional state to destabilizing political tendencies
  2. doc. JUDr. Boris BALOG, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Responsibility of Members of Parliament for the constitutionality of the law in the abstract review of constitutionality
  3. Mgr. Jaroslav BENÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  4. doc. JUDr. Marek DOMIN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Electoral stalemate and constitutional mechanisms for its solution. Example of the Slovak Republic.
  5. JUDr. Milan EBERLE, Czech Republic
  6. doc. PhDr. Peter HORVÁTH, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The process of creating a government cabinet after parliamentary elections
  7. Jakub KLODWIG, Czech Republic
  8. Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk KOUDELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Political fragmentation of the Chamber of Deputies and the government
  9. doc. JUDr. Klaudia MARCZYOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  10. Radim NENÁL, Czech Republic
  11. Ing. Mgr. Jan PIAZZA, Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. Marián PIVÁČEK, Slovak Republic
  13. Karel ŘEPA, Czech Republic
  14. Prof. JUDr. Ján SVÁK, DrSc., Slovak Republic
  15. Ing. Mgr. Josef ŠÍP, Czech Republic
    The influence of the result of the parliamentary election on the bodies of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Zuzana VIKARSKÁ, MJur, MPhil, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  17. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Robert ZBÍRAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic

Successfull and unsuccessfull (Re-)codifications

  1. Mgr. Katarína BAVLŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Act no. 86/1950 Sb. (Criminal Code) and its application in Czechoslovakia
  2. doctor/ PhD Paulina BIEŚ-SROKOSZ, Poland
    The codification's problems of Polish administrative law- participant with Ewelina Żeslako-Makowska,Ph.D
  3. Dr. Lajos CSÖRGITS, Hungary
    Assessment of the new electoral law in Hungary
  4. Petr DOSTALIK, Czech Republic
    The Issue of Specification in the Frame of Interwar Czech Recodification
  5. JUDr. Miroslav FICO, PhD., Slovak Republic
  6. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš GÁBRIŠ, PhD., LL.M., M.A., Slovak Republic
    Joannes Kithonich – unexpectedly a codifier?
  7. JUDr. Mgr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    K. A. Martini and (West)Galician Civil Code
  8. JUDr. Alexandra LETKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Family law in the codifications from the 19th century to the present
  9. Dominik MACEK, Czech Republic
    The penal law codification after the power take-over by the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia in 1948
  10. Mgr. Lenka MARTINCOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  11. Lucie MRÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Jana MURÁNSKA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Matrimonial property law in the Czechoslovak legal order and the tendency of its development in the conditions of independent Czech and Slovak Republic.
  13. Dr. Klára NAGY, PhD., Hungary
    Impact assessment in local legislation
  14. Mgr. Marek NOVÁK, Czech Republic
    bude upřesněno
  15. Andrea OLŠOVSKÁ, Slovak Republic
    The codification of the Labour Code and its relation to the Civil Code in Slovakia
  16. Mgr. Ondřej PAVELEK, Czech Republic
  17. Alžbeta PEREJDOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Disposition with released pledged thing in the Governmental bill of the Civil Code from 1937 and the new Czech Civil Code
  18. Mgr. Martina POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Dowry as the Institute of Matrimonial Property Law in ABGB and in the Draft 1937 - Comparative Analysis
  19. JUDr. Pavel SALÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Some Remakes about the Draft of Civil Code 1937
  20. Mgr. Kamila STLOUKALOVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. Jan ŠEJDL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. Martin ŠLOSAR, Czech Republic
  23. doc. JUDr. Ivana ŠOŠKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Czechoslovak Act on Family Law 1949 - well-established pillar of contemporary family law?
  24. doc. JUDr. Mgr. Vojtech VLADÁR, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The Recodification of Law of the Latin Church
  25. Stanislav VOCHYÁN , Czech Republic
  26. Prof. JUDr. Ladislav VOJÁČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    From the buyer (Kaufmann) to the merchant (obchodník) and quickly back
  27. Vojtěch VRBA, Czech Republic
  28. Ewelina ŻELASKO-MAKOWSKA, doktor, Poland
    The codification's problems of Polish administrative law- participant with Paulina Bieś-Srokosz,Ph.D

Stability and stabilization of the business environment

  1. dr Elżbieta AMBROŻEJ, Poland
    Tax law certainty and stability as an element of the taxpayer’s right to a good tax law
  2. prof. JUDr. Milan BAKEŠ, DrSc., Czech Republic
    The impact of taxes on the stability of the business environment
  3. Mgr. Richard BARTES, Czech Republic
    The French concept of public accounting
  4. doc. JUDr. PhDr. Ilona BAŽANTOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Effectiveness of the tax system on the example of Engliš' tax reform
  5. JUDr. Ing. Jaroslav BIČ, Slovak Republic
    Stability vs. Difficult Relations in the Limited Company
  6. JUDr. František BONK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Revision of the Tax Code Effective from 2018 (On the Way to a Better Entrepreneurial Environment)?
  7. Piotr BUŁAWA, Poland
    General tax annulment as a source of stability
  8. Stanislav BUREŠ, Czech Republic
  9. Mgr.et Mgr. Bc. Hana CEJPEK MUSILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. Dr Mgr. Damian CZUDEK, Ph.D, Czech Republic
  11. Ing. Karolína ČERVENÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Tax policy and its impact on the creation of the business environment (the theoretical basis)
  12. Pavel DATINSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Ivestment services providers after MIFID II direction
  13. Dr. Zsombor ERCSEY, PhD, Hungary
    Tax System and Stability in Hungary
  14. Dr. Jácint FERENCZ, PhD, Hungary
    Discrimination in the labor market - new frontiers
  15. Dr. Judit GLAVANITS, PhD., Hungary
    Environmental and financial aspects of public procurement
  16. prof. Dr. hab Jan GLUCHOWSKI, Poland
    will be added
  17. Mgr. Yulia GOROSH, kandidat věd, Czech Republic
  18. Mgr. Lukáš HRDLIČKA, Czech Republic
    Dealing with information received through international co-operation in tax administration
  19. dr Andrzej HUCHLA, Poland
    Advance tax rulings in Poland
  20. Nikola CHÁBOVÁ, Czech Republic
  21. prof. Elena CHERNIKOVA, DrSc., Czech Republic
    Legal principles of the economic oriented national tax system
  22. Hoffman ISTVÁN, PhD., dr. habil., Hungary
    Public administration and economic development - the case of the large Hungarian municipalities
  23. mgr Tomasz JANICKI, Poland
  24. Michal JANOVEC, Czech Republic
    Stable financial institutions as the basis for a stable economy
  25. dr Marta KLOPOCKA-JASINSKA, Poland
    The Polish constitutional complaint as an instrument of human rights protection in tax cases
  26. mgr Natalia KOCIAK, Poland
  27. JUDr. Tomáš KORČEK, Slovak Republic
  28. Dr Mgr. Michal KOZIEŁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    bude upřesněn později
  29. Kateřina KUBENKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Mgr. Michal LIŠKA, Czech Republic
    Violation of budgetary discipline
  31. Mgr. Petra LIŠKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Registration of Sales as the aspect of stabilization
  32. Dr. Ewa LOTKO, Poland
    Negative Determinants in Shaping Taxpayers' Fiscal Motivation
  33. JUDr. Hana MAGUROVÁ, PhD., LL.M., Slovak Republic
    The influence of collaborative economy to business’s background
  34. Mgr. Ondřej MÁLEK, Czech Republic
    State Competition and Stability of Law
  35. Mgr. Zuzana MARETHOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Supreme Administrative Court and its influence on stability and stabilization of the business environment
  36. Prof. JUDr. Hana MARKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Stability of public budgets
  37. mgr Monika MICHALAK , Poland
    Issues of stability of tax law in Poland.
  38. dr hab. Wojciech MORAWSKI, prof. UMK, Poland
    Instability of the interpretation of tax law - is it always bad for entrepreneurs?
  39. Mgr. Bc. Sabina PAZDEROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Compliance as one of the essential attributes of a stable financial institution
  40. doc. JUDr. Ing. Michal RADVAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  41. JUDr. Anna ROMÁNOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Exit Tax finally implemeted into the Slovak Income Tax Act
  42. JUDr. Kristýna ŘEZNÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  43. JUDr. Jozef SABÓ, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
    The personal scope of the Directive on parent and subsidiary companies
  44. PhDr., Mgr. Pavel SEKNIČKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Corporate social responsibility and stability enterprise
  45. Ing. et Ing. Pavel SEMERÁD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  46. JUDr. Alena SCHILLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  47. Barbora SLÁNSKÁ, Czech Republic
    Business Stability and Charges to Protect the Environment
  48. Mgr. Ivana STEHLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  49. JUDr. Monika STOJÁKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Implementation and impact of anti-dumping duties on the business environment
  50. JUDr. Dominika ŠAJTYOVÁ , MBA, Slovak Republic
  51. JUDr. Ing. Michael ŠEFČÍK, Czech Republic
    Protection of VAT Collection through Registration of Sales
  52. JUDr. Dana ŠRAMKOVÁ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
  53. JUDr. Ivana ŠTIEBEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    will be completed
  54. JUDr. Miroslav ŠTRKOLEC, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Changes in tax legislation and their impact on the stability of the business environment
  55. Ing. Eva TOMÁŠKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  56. Mgr. Václav TOUL, Czech Republic
    Stable tax rules and their influence on an business environment
  57. Mgr. Michal TULÁČEK, Czech Republic
    Publishing of Information by Tax Administrator as a Source of Uncertainty in Business Environment
  58. prof. Ing. Ivan VÁGNER, CSc., MBA, Czech Republic
    Influence of the global economic problems on stability of the business environment
  59. bachelor Vladimir VESELOVSKII, Russian Federation
    Legal regulation of crypto-currency in Russia
  60. JUDr. Roman VYBÍRAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  61. Dr. Barna Bence WELLMANN, Hungary
    Vis maior in the international sales contracts
  62. Dr. Urszula ZAWADZKA-PĄK, Poland
    Strengthening the Local Democracy through Participatory Budgeting in Poland
  63. JUDr. Lukáš ZRŮST, BA (Hons), LL.M., MBA, Czech Republic

Law and language

  1. Irfan ALI, LL.B, Pakistan
  2. Mgr. Dominik ANDRESKA, LL.M., Czech Republic
  3. JUDr. Petr ČECHÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Language and the pragmatic conception of law
  4. JUDr. Mgr. Radek ČERNOCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Language of the Source and Language of the Translation
  5. JUDr. Ludvík DAVID, CSc., Czech Republic
  6. Ilya EFREMOV, Russian Federation
    Metrological consistency in language and law
  7. Mgr. Marcel FANDÁK, LL.M., Slovak Republic
  8. Božena FILIPOVÁ, Czech Republic
  9. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Tomáš GÁBRIŠ, PhD., LLM, MA, Slovak Republic
    The Speech Acts Theory and Legal Realism
  10. Mgr. Bc. Monika HANYCH, Czech Republic
    Language of Law and Media
  11. JUDr. Martin HAPLA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. PaedDr. Věra HARTMANNOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The basic sources of language information
  13. JUDr. Lukáš HLOUCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  14. JUDr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Formation of Modern Czech Legal Terminology
  15. Yasir HUSSAIN, LL.B, LL.M (London), Pakistan
  16. Mgr. Jiří CHROBÁK, Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Darina CHVOSTEKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Dissentig opinions as a self-expression instrument of judges
  18. Mgr. Kateřina JANKŮ, Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Ilona JANŮ, Czech Republic
  20. Mgr. Miroslav KANTEK, Czech Republic
    Language Games in a Context of Law
  21. Gergely KARÁCSONY, PhD, Hungary
    Regulatory problems of AI
  22. dr. jur. Barna Arnold KESERŰ, PhD, Hungary
    The language of technology and law through the lens of Artificial Intelligence: private law issues of the AI phenomenon
  23. Mgr. Bc. Martin KOLOUŠEK , Czech Republic
    The Problem of a Rule in the context of Law
  24. Valentina KONANOVA, Russian Federation
  25. Marina LAZAREVA, PhD, Russian Federation
    Language of the Russian Constitutional Court rulings
  26. Anton LIUTYNSKII, Dr, Russian Federation
    Definition of the concept of "evidence" in the criminal procedure law and its relation to the state model of criminal justice
  27. Doc.PhDr. Tatiana MACHALOVÁ,, CSc., , Czech Republic
  28. JUDr. Petr OSINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  29. Matvey SHCHUKIN, bachelor student, Russian Federation
  30. Fatima SHOUKAT, Pakistan
  31. Mgr. Bc. Terezie SMEJKALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Writing Commas in Legislation
  32. Mgr. Vlastislav STAVINOHA, Czech Republic
    The Language and Trade Mark Protection
  33. Martin ŠKOP, Czech Republic
    The Importance of Knowing Language in Statutory Drafting
  34. PhDr. Mgr. Jan ŠMÍD, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Facts and Norms - A Neverending Story
  35. JUDr. Markéta ŠTĚPÁNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Writing Commas in Legislation
  36. doc. PhDr. Martina URBANOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Storytelling in mediation
  37. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Miloš VEČEŘA, CSc., Czech Republic
  38. Ramil ZARIPOV, Russian Federation
  39. Anna ZAYNAK, Russian Federation

Pacta (non solum) sunt servanda?

  1. JUDr. Zuzana ADAMOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Copyright Act and Selected European Private Law Principles
  2. Kateřina AUGUSTÍNOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Consideration on binding of side letters agreements in capital companies
  3. JUDr. Martin BABJAK, Slovak Republic
  4. Josef BÁRTŮ, Czech Republic
  5. prof. JUDr. Josef BEJČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
  6. Mgr. Kateřina BLISOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Competences of a corporation's bodies in one-tier system
  7. Luboš BRIM, Czech Republic
    Legal Impossibility of Performance
  8. Hynek BROŽ, Czech Republic
  9. Raluca Elena DINCULESCU, PhD candidate, Romania
    Autonomy of will in the matter of extinctive prescription
  10. Mgr. Matěj DOBEŠ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legislative Progression of Bill of Exchange Disputes in Slovakia
  11. Zuzana DVOŘÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    To atacit Exchange and a Completion of written Agreement on Bills of Exchange
  12. prof. JUDr. Josef FIALA, CSc., Czech Republic
  13. Mgr. Martin FLOREŠ, Czech Republic
  14. Lukáš GAMOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  15. JUDr. Jakub HALÍŘ, Czech Republic
    Limitation of the principle pacta sunt servanda when dept relief
  16. JUDr. Jiří HANDLAR, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  17. doc. JUDr. Bohumil HAVEL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  18. Bc. Pavel HOMOLKA, Czech Republic
  19. JUDr. Jan HORECKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  20. Zdeněk HOUDEK, Czech Republic
    will be specified
  21. Vít HRAZDÍRA, Czech Republic
  22. prof. JUDr. Jan HURDÍK, DrSc., Czech Republic
  23. JUDr. Branislav JABLONKA, Ph.D., Slovak Republic
  24. doc. JUDr. Josef KOTÁSEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  25. JUDr. Gabriela KUBÁTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  26. Jan KUPČÍK, Czech Republic
    "Floating" nullity: infringement of Protection of Competition Act on an example of pay-for-delay agreements
  27. Mgr. Anna LEBEDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal pre-emption right
  28. JUDr. Ing. Petr MACHÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  29. JUDr. Vladimír MINČIČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Obligation of legal acts under the Civil Code in labor law of the Slovak Republic
  30. doc. JUDr. Dana ONDREJOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Several reflections on consumer protection (not only) in the context of new case law
  31. JUDr. Vlastimil PIHERA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  32. Tomáš PLISKA, Czech Republic
  33. Jakub POHL, Czech Republic
  34. Patrik PROVAZNÍK, Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Monika PŘÍKAZSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  36. Mgr. Bc. Helena PULLMANNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  37. JUDr. Ing. Karin RAKOVA, MBA, Slovak Republic
    Revision of the subject matter of the contract and the price in the light of Slovak legislation and recent recisions of the ECJ.
  38. doc. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  39. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  40. Ing. Mgr. Radek RUBAN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  41. JUDr. Monika SEILEROVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Withdrawal from the contract in labor law
  42. doc. JUDr. Markéta SELUCKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  43. Dominik SKOČOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  44. Mgr. Jana STEHLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  45. doc. JUDr. Ing. Josef ŠILHÁN, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  46. Mgr. Bc. Pavel VÁŽAN, Czech Republic
    Breaking the pacta sunt servanda principle in the event of a substantial change in the circumstances of the contractual relationship
  47. Mgr. Michal VÍTEK, Czech Republic
    Silent is golden or contractual confidentiality against legal duty to communicate information
  48. Tomáš VOHRABAL, Czech Republic
  49. Lukáš WEISS, Czech Republic
  50. JUDr. Ivana ZMEKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  51. Tomáš ZVONÍČEK, Czech Republic

Transgender Not Only in the Family Law

  1. Victoria BORISOVA, Russian Federation
    Litigation on the rights of transgenders in Russia
  2. Rabbi Prof. Yitshak COHEN, Czech Republic
    Transgender in Israel
  3. JUDr. Ing. Radovan DÁVID, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude upřesněno
  4. Alexandra GAJOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. Adéla KRAJÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  6. Prof. JUDr. Zdeňka KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Legal Status of Transpeople in historical context
  7. JUDr. Zuzana MAGUROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Trans people -selected legal aspects
  8. Mgr. Milan PALÁSEK, Czech Republic
    Developments in the the Case-Law of the European Court of Human Rights Relating to Transgender
  9. Vojtěch POSPÍŠIL, Czech Republic
    Conditions of Gender Change according to the Civil Code and Public Law Regulations from the perspective of the right to equal treatment
  10. JUDr. Jindřich PSUTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    To some effects of gender change on property relations
  11. Ing. Ivo REMIŠ, Czech Republic
  12. Eva REMIŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  13. Mgr. Michal SMEJKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Trans pedagogical employee
  14. Mgr. Karel SUDA, Czech Republic
    Transgender, Equal Treatment and the Public Defender of Rights
  15. Mgr. Lenka TREŠLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Transsexuals and regulation of medicine and health care
  16. JUDr. Lenka WESTPHALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Transgender and parenthood
  17. Mgr. Ivana ZAJÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Gender change as a reason for launching a judicial proceedings.
  18. Simona Marie ZDEŇKOVÁ, Czech Republic

The Civil Procedure Reform

  1. JUDr. Petr COUFALÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Procedural-law Relationship
  2. JUDr. Eva DOBROVOLNÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  3. PhD Professor Daniel GHITA, Romania
    The new Romanian Civil Procedure Code - a successful reform?
  4. JUDr. Klára HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  5. Mgr. Jan HOLAS, Czech Republic
    Conception of Mediation after Reform of Civil Proceedings
  6. Kristýna HORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  7. Viktor KOLMAČKA, Czech Republic
  8. Petra LAVICKÁ, Czech Republic
    Exceptional accessory intervention
  9. doc. JUDr. Petr LAVICKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Concept of the Future Civil Procedure Code
  10. JUDr. Jana PETROV KŘIVÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  11. JUDr. Zdeněk PULKRÁBEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Disposition of the Parties in the Material Intent of the Civil Procedure Code
  12. JUDr. Miroslav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Default judgment
  13. Zuzana SLABÁ, Czech Republic
  14. Anežka STATEČNÁ, Czech Republic
  15. doc. JUDr. Jaruška STAVINOHOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Markéta ŠLEJHAROVÁ, Czech Republic
    The issue of proceeding on the right of necessary way
  17. JUDr. Radka ZAHRADNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic