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100 years of the Brno normative school

  1. Prof. Dr. Tomasz BEKRYCHT, Poland
    The notion of "theory-conceptions" in Polish legal interpretation
  2. Luboš BRIM, Czech Republic
    The Concept of Attribution in Normative Theory, Pure Theory of Law and Contemporary Legal Thought
  3. Mag. Jürgen BUSCH, LL.M., D.E.A., Austria
    The Role of Legal Philosophy and Logic in Contemporary (Global) Legal Skills Education
  4. JUDr. Milan EBERLE, Czech Republic
  5. Prof. Dr. Mariusz GOLECKI, Poland
    Institutional constrains and the quality of judicial ruling on financial products. Behavioural law and economics analysis
  6. JUDr. Lukáš HLOUCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Weinberger as a Theoretician of Legal Reasoning
  7. Dr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Engliš, Weyr a Brno Normative Civil Law Science
  8. Mgr. Jiří CHROBÁK, Czech Republic
  9. Doc. JUDr. Vieroslav JÚDA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The lights and shadows of the Bno school of normative theory
  10. doc. Mgr. Marek KÁČER, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Theory as a servant of practice
  11. Mgr. Bc. Martin KOLOUŠEK , Czech Republic
    The theory of justice in the thoughts of the normative theory of law and its relevance in the present times
  12. JUDr. Gabriela KUBÁTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  13. Ing. Roman LANDGRÁF, Czech Republic
  14. Doc.PhDr. Tatiana MACHALOVÁ,, CSc., , Czech Republic
    The importance of the Brno normative school for contemporary legal theory
  15. JUDr. Tomáš MÉSZÁROS, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Exposé of Hungarian legal positivism
  16. Jakub NEUMANN, Slovak Republic
    Constitution of Slovak Republic as a set of unchangeable values?
  17. Mgr. Nikolas SABJÁN, LL.M, Slovak Republic
    Critique of Ideology of Law in Hans Kelsen's Theory of Law and its Significance Today
  18. Mgr. Jan STRYA, Czech Republic
    Weinberger, phenomenology and idealism
  19. Mgr. et Mgr. Zdeněk TRÁVNÍČEK, Czech Republic
  20. Mgr. Bc. Linda TVRDÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Dialog with normative theory
  21. prof. JUDr. PhDr. Miloš VEČEŘA, CSc., Czech Republic
    Weinberger's concept of legal normativism
  22. RNDr., Jiří WEINBERGER, Czech Republic
    The memory of the Prof.O.Weinberger
  23. Prof. Dr. Bartosz WOJCIECHOWSKI, Poland
    Discretionary Power of Judges

Borders – cooperation, disputes, overlaps

  1. JUDr. PhDr. Stanislav BALÍK , Czech Republic
    Treaty of Tordesillas - agreement about the future frontier
  2. Štěpán BURDA, Czech Republic
  3. JUDr. Mgr. Radek ČERNOCH, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Fines in the Digests
  4. Mgr. Michal ČERNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Importance of Borders for the Law of Designation of geographical Origin and Significance of the Law of Designation for Borders
  5. Mgr. Terézia ČOKYNOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    National Front as a Limitation to the Political Rights
  6. Dita ČOLÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  7. Petr DOSTALIK, Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Václav DVORSKÝ, Czech Republic
    Private interregional law: borders within the state on the example of interwar Czechoslovakia and Poland
  9. JUDr. Mgr. Ondřej HORÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Regional (legal) historiography? Towards the borders between "small" and "great" history on the example of Pozořice
  10. Dr. KONCZ IBOLYA KATALIN, PhD, Hungary
    The impact of globalization and technological development on Hungarian social policy in the first half of the 20th century
  11. Mgr. Ján IVANČÍK, Slovak Republic
    Rules and principles in Roman law - determination of terminological boundaries and mutual overlaps
  12. dr hab. Tomasz KAMIŃSKI, Poland
  13. Bc. Kateřina KONČEKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. Mgr. Adam KÖSZEGHY, Slovak Republic
    Borders - development of international trade law in Czechoslovakia after 1948
  15. JUDr. Alexandra LETKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
  16. Mgr. Jan MACURA, Czech Republic
    Expedition of electoral court on the edge of constitutionality
  17. Bc. Filip MIKLOVIČ, Slovak Republic
    "Welcome to Free Country" (Crossing the Quasi-Border of Czechoslovakia)
  18. Martina MÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Lucie MRÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Distinguishing between lease and usufructuary lease
  20. Dr. Istvan NOVAK, PhD., Hungary
    The Changing of the Borders of the Catholic Dioceses in 1993 in Hungary
  21. Jakub NOVÁK, Czech Republic
  22. JUDr. Marek NOVÁK, Czech Republic
    Permitted degree of interference in relations of neighbours from perspective of Roman and modern law
  23. Veronika ONDRÁŠKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  24. JUDr. Petr OSINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Borders and sovereignty in Islamic legal culture
  25. Dr Wladyslaw PEKSA, (PhD), Poland
    Phantomborders - a legal, historical and social issue.
  26. Ing. Mgr. Jan PIAZZA, Czech Republic
  27. JUDr.PhDr. Stanislav POLNAR, Ph.D. et Ph.D. , Czech Republic
    The usage of weapons on the Czechoslovakian border 1918 - 1989
  28. Jakub RAZIM, Czech Republic
    Law of borders and its rituals in the Era of Premyslids
  29. Mgr. Ondrej RUŽIČKA, Slovak Republic
    When parliament judges
  30. JUDr. Pavel SALÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The one-mile ban on particular trades and crafts of České Budějovice
  31. Dr. Pál SÁRY, PhD, Hungary
    The Significance of Provincial Borders in Roman Criminal Law
  32. Doc. JUDr. Karel SCHELLE, CSc., Czech Republic
  33. doc. JUDr. Marek STARÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Borders and Activities of Land Measurers in the Estates´ Period
  34. Alžbeta SZTUKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Liability for damage caused by juveniles, (minors) from the perspective of the case law of the Supreme Court of the Czechoslovak Republic (1919 -1940)
  35. JUDr. Dana ŠRAMKOVÁ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Borders - History of Customs Regulation
  36. Mgr. Martin ŠVEC, Czech Republic
    Beyond Borders: Natural resources beyond national jurisdictions
  37. doc. JUDr. Bc. Jaromír TAUCHEN, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  38. Jan TRANŽÍK, Czech Republic
  39. Prof. JUDr. Ladislav VOJÁČEK, CSc., Czech Republic
  40. Mgr. Vojtěch VRBA, Czech Republic
    Postwar Jewish migration and Czechoslovakia: Legality in illegality
  41. JUDr. Pavel ZÁLIŠ, Czech Republic
    Land boundaries under the Law of the Twelve Tables

Right to liberty

  1. Mgr. Radka BARTOŠÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Dozor státního zástupce nad výkonem vazby z pohledu dodržování základních lidských práv
  2. Terezie BOKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    There and back again? The story of immigration detention in proposed reform of CEAS
  3. Bc. Monika DVOŘÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  4. Mgr. Tereza HANELOVÁ, Czech Republic
  5. Bc. Iva HAVLÍČKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  6. Przemysław KACZMAREK, Poland
    Personal liberty in the legal profession from an ethical perspective
  7. Ondřej KLABAČKA, Czech Republic
  8. Doc. JUDr. Zdeněk KOUDELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Length of Remand for Related Criminal Enforcement
  9. JUDr. Ivana KURÁKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Detention of minor migrants
  10. mgr Jakub ŁAKOMY, Poland
  11. Mgr. Adrián LUKÁČIK, Slovak Republic
    Human Dignity and Execution of the European Arrest Warrant
  12. Mgr. Adam MÁČAJ, Slovak Republic
    Detention and international standards in the context of public procurement in the Slovak Republic
  13. Mgr. Silvia MIČUDOVÁ , Slovak Republic
    Right to liberty vs. punishment of imprisonment
  14. Mgr. Karel ŘEPA, Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Veronika SKALICKÁ, Czech Republic
    Right to liberty in the context of un/lawfully ordered wiretaps and record of telecommunication operation
  16. Mgr. Matěj STŘÍTESKÝ, Czech Republic
    Relocation of patients in institutional protective treatment
  17. Mgr. Tomáš SVOBODA, Czech Republic
  18. JUDr. Marika ZAHRADNÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Constitutionally conform interpretation and application of the institute of custody, or when the right to personal freedom may be affected by application of the Criminal Procedure Code

Legal, criminological and criminalistic aspects of criminal offences against life and health

  1. JUDr. Martin BEJBL, Czech Republic
  2. MUDr. Mgr. Štěpánka BIBROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  3. Aleš BLAHUT, Czech Republic
  4. JUDr. Eva BRUCKNEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  5. Mgr. Adam COUFAL, Czech Republic
    To selected adjudications related to murder
  6. JUDr. Václav ČAPKA, Czech Republic
  7. Mgr. David ČEP, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Miloš DESET, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Selective Questions of the Investigation of Murder Crimes
  9. JUDr. Simona DIBLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. JUDr. Jan DVOŘÁK, Czech Republic
    MMA Rules and their Criminal Law Relevance
  11. Prof. JUDr. Jaroslav FENYK, Ph.D., DSc., Czech Republic
  12. doc. JUDr. Marek FRYŠTÁK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  13. JUDr. Denisa HAMRANOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Analysis of the state of de lege lata of sex crimes
  14. Mgr. Jan HŮLEK, Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Tomáš CHALUPSKÝ, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Jakub CHROMÝ, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Portrait of murders on public officials
  17. prof. JUDr. Jiří JELÍNEK, CSc., Czech Republic
    Four problems of criminal liability for crimes against life and health
  18. prof. JUDr. Věra KALVODOVÁ, Dr., Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Katarína KANDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  20. prof. JUDr. Vladimír KRATOCHVÍL, CSc, Czech Republic
  21. JUDr. Zdeněk KREJČÍ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. doc. JUDr. Josef KUCHTA, CSc., Czech Republic
  23. Mgr. et Mgr. Martin LANGPAUL, Czech Republic
    Traffic Crimes
  24. student Valeria LARIONOVA, Russian Federation
    Amendment to the Russian criminal legislation as a reaction to "death groups"
  25. Mgr. Marcela LUKÁŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Sanctioning of traffic crimes in the opinion of the Supreme Court judges
  26. Mgr. Kateřina MACHOVCOVÁ, Czech Republic
  27. JUDr. Jan MALÝ, Czech Republic
    Will be completed
  28. JUDr. Veronika MARKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Crime offenses related to substance abuse in the legal regulations of the Czech and Slovak Republics
  29. Mgr. Tomáš PLISKA, Czech Republic
    Why Fear Psychopats: Criminological and Psychological Aspects of Psychopathy
  30. Mgr. Klára POLOPRUTSKÁ, Czech Republic
  31. JUDr. Jan PROVAZNÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  32. JUDr. Ivana RABINSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Range of criminal liability of legal persons for crimes against life and health
  33. doc. JUDr. Sergej ROMŽA, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Standardization of the determination of the duration of treatment of the injured party
  34. JUDr. Miroslav RŮŽIČKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  35. Olga SEMENOVA, Russian Federation
    Medical error: some issues of criminal law liability.
  36. Jan SKRÁŠEK, Czech Republic
  37. Jakub SLAVÍK, Czech Republic
  38. Mgr. Igor SLOVÁK, Slovak Republic
    Criminal aspects of suicides
  39. Nikola SMETANOVÁ, Czech Republic
  40. JUDr. Simona STOČESOVÁ, Ph.D. LL.M., Czech Republic
    Privileged Criminal Offenses Against Life and Health
  41. JUDr. Eva SZABOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Drug crimes and the problems connected with its proving
  42. doc. JUDr. Filip ŠČERBA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Qualified bodies of a crime of criminal offences against life and health
  43. prof. JUDr. Ivan ŠIMOVČEK, CSc., Slovak Republic
    Some Evidence Context of Investigation of Crimes Against Life and Health
  44. JUDr. Kristýna ŠTĚPÁNKOVÁ , Czech Republic
    Interrogation of the injured
  45. JUDr. Martin ŠTRKOLEC, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Injured person and victims of crimes against life and health in the context of the legislation of the Slovak Republic
  46. JUDr. Jana ŠVÁBOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Criminalization of HIV positive persons
  47. David TEXL, Czech Republic
  48. Dr. Zoltán TÓTH J., PhD, Hungary
    The alleged deterrent effect of capital punishment for murders: Myth or reality?
  49. Mgr. Lukáš TURAY, Slovak Republic
    Criminal aspects of suicides
  50. Dr. Erika VARADI-CSEMA, PhD LLM, Hungary
    Young amok runners, killers. Questions and doubts
  51. Eliška VEJROSTOVÁ, Czech Republic
  52. JUDr. Roman VICHEREK, Czech Republic
  53. Mgr. Filip VINCENT, Slovak Republic
    Some aspects of the crime of murder and the crime of assassination
  54. Eliška VLADÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  55. Mgr. Jiří VLACH, Czech Republic
  56. doc. JUDr. Miroslava VRÁBLOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Crimes against life and health in the decision-making activity of courts
  57. prof. JUDr. Jozef ZÁHORA, PhD., Slovak Republic

Soil within Legal Relationships

  1. AHSAN AMMAR, LL.B, Pakistan
  2. Mgr. Ing. Ján BAHÝĽ, Czech Republic
    Demarcation regulation of new built-up areas
  3. Mgr. Lucia ČERŇANOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Impact of environmental burdens on soil degradation
  4. JUDr. Helena DOLEŽALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Trees on Arable Land: Agroforestry
  5. JUDr. Martina FRANKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  6. Mgr. Lenka GREŠOVÁ , Slovak Republic
  7. Mgr. Tomáš GRYGAR, Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Jan HAK, Czech Republic
    (In)sufficiency of the Areal Protection of Agricultural Land Resources in Czechia
  9. Jakub HANÁK, Czech Republic
    Care of the Land: owner’s responsibility
  10. Mgr. Karel HUNEŠ, Czech Republic
    Soil protection and law of offenses
  11. Mgr. Jana CHÁBEROVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. Nikola CHÁBOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Application of pesticides in the agriculturally managed land and their influence on beekeeping
  13. JUDr. Alena CHALOUPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Structure of agricultural holdings, land consolidation and nature and landscape protection
  14. JUDr.RNDr. Jaroslav CHYBA, DrSc., Czech Republic
  15. Štěpán JAKL, Czech Republic
    Soil Protection Regarding the Organic Matter Content
  16. doc., JUDr. Ilona JANČÁŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Kateřina KOMÁROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Monocultural agriculture from a legal point of view
  18. Ing. Mgr. Barbora KŘÍŽOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Current legal regulation of land management in the Czech Republic in light of climate change
  19. Mgr. Ľudovít MÁČAJ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The legislation of viticulture as a tool t of protection of vineyards as a type of land
  20. JUDr. Matúš MICHALOVIČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Soils - current state and possibilities of further development
  21. Barbora MITÁŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
  22. JUDr. Hana MÜLLEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Current legal regulation of land management in the Czech Republic in light of climate change
  23. Mgr. Maroš PAVLOVIČ, Slovak Republic
    The impact of the constitutional protection of land on the development of land law in Slovak republic
  24. Marek PERINGER, Czech Republic
    "Regubliny" as a mean for planning regulation of use and protection of area
  25. Mgr. Gabriela PROCHÁZKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Significance and legal context of vegetation within the protection of soil
  26. JUDr. Lucie PROCHÁZKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  27. Doc. JUDr. Ivana PRŮCHOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  28. PhD student Gulnur RASHEVA, Kazakhstan
    On the issue of strengthening control over the use of pesticides in agriculture
  29. Mgr. Hana SEDLÁČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  30. Tereza SNOPKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  31. JUDr. Michal SOBOTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  32. JUDr Markéta ŠKVOROVÁ, Czech Republic
  33. Vítek ŠVEJDA, Czech Republic
  34. JUDr. Jana TKÁČIKOVÁ, PhD., Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. Václav TOUL, Czech Republic
  36. JUDr. Ondřej VÍCHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Soil as a basis for construction
  37. JUDr. Vojtěch VOMÁČKA, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Towards Harmonised Rules on Soil Protection: What Happened to the Soil Framework Directive?
  38. Martina WEISSOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Land and Mining
  39. JUDr. Jiří ZICHA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  40. JUDr. Karolina ŽÁKOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Land damage: does Czech legal regulation meet the challenge?
  41. JUDr. Dominik ŽIDEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic

Debt Security

  1. Josef BÁRTŮ, Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Stanislav BIROŠÍK, Slovak Republic
    Bank guarantee in accordance with the legal regulations of the Slovak Republic
  3. Kristýna BÓNOVÁ, Czech Republic
  4. doc. JUDr. Denisa DULAKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Monetary guarantee in rent in the Slovak legal system, with an emphasis on short-term lease
  5. Mgr. Adam HOLUBÁŘ, Czech Republic
    The question of plurality of guarantors in case of guaranteeing for guarantor
  6. Kristýna HORKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  7. prof. JUDr. Jan HURDÍK, DrSc., Czech Republic
  8. JUDr. Michal JANOUŠEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  9. Mgr. Zuzana KLINCOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Ensuring the loan agreement by concluding donation contract
  10. JUDr. Viktória KOĽVEKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Some remarks on the possibilities of using the safeguarding measure under the The code of the civil contentious proceedings
  11. Jana MARKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. Jana MLÝNKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The function of deposit in the law governing the lease of an apartment and a house and some problems linked to it
  13. Mgr. Štěpán RICHTER, Czech Republic
    Debt security in contracts for the supply of digital content and digital services
  14. Mgr. Veronika RUSSNÁKOVÁ , Czech Republic
  15. doc. JUDr. Markéta SELUCKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Bc. Svatava VEVERKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Contractual penalty in contracts concluded with consumers in off premises contracts

Legal capacity of minors and their participatory rights

  1. JUDr. Bc. Stanislav BRUNCKO, Czech Republic
  2. Mgr. Robin BRZOBOHATÝ, Czech Republic
    Construction of participation rights of the children on the basis of individualistic and relational notion of subjectivity
  3. Mgr. Kateřina CILEČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Participation of Children in Child Custody Proceedings
  4. doc. JUDr. Ondřej FRINTA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Legal Capacity of Minor and Cotnract of Carriage
  5. JUDr. Dita FRINTOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Infringement of Duties under the Contract of Carriage by a Minor Passenger
  6. Adam HEXNER, Czech Republic
  7. Prof. JUDr. Milana HRUŠÁKOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Klára ILLE, Czech Republic
  9. JUDr. Jindřich JANOUCH, Czech Republic
  10. Martin KORNEL, Czech Republic
  11. Petra KOTKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Participation rights of a child and reasignment
  12. Bc. Denisa KOTROUŠOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Legal status of child participated in the operation of the family enterprise
  13. Prof. JUDr. Zdeňka KRÁLÍČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Minor Child v. the Parents v. the State
  14. Mgr. Miroslava KUŠNÍRIKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Procedural position of adolescent employee in civil process
  15. Martin MATAS, Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Jindřich PSUTKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  17. JUDr. Kateřina RONOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  18. Mgr. Jakub SOSNA, Czech Republic
    bude doplněn
  19. JUDr. Lenka WESTPHALOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Legal Capacity of Minors and its Representation
  20. JUDr. Ivana ZMEKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Participating rights of a minor child in the court proceedings on adjusting the exercise of parental rights and duties.

Labour Law and Performance of Erotic Services

  1. Mgr. Tereza ANTLOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Prostitution – the limit of dependent work?
  2. Mgr. Silvia BEŇOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Comparison of legislation of prostitution in selected Member States
  3. Mgr. Michal BLAŽEK, Czech Republic
  4. JUDr. Jakub HALÍŘ, Czech Republic
  5. JUDr. Gabriela HALÍŘOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Prostitution as a self-employment?
  6. JUDr. Jan HORECKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Erotic Services - job as a work
  7. Mgr. Vojtěch KADLUBIEC, Czech Republic
    Prostitution as dependent work and protecion of sex workers from violence
  8. JUDr. Jana KOMENDOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  9. JUDr. Eva LADIVEROVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Comparison of legislation of prostitution in selected Member States
  10. PhDr. Adam MADLEŇÁK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Použitie mobilných aplikácii pri výkone neštandardných foriem zamestnania?
  11. JUDr. Vladimír MINČIČ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Realization of the right to associate of erotic employees
  12. Mgr. Denisa NEVICKÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    The Borderline between Prostitution and Massage, or How are the Erotic Services Regulated in Slovakia?
  13. Andrea OLŠOVSKÁ, Slovak Republic
    Non-standard forms of work
  14. Mgr. Karolína PŘIBYLOVÁ, Czech Republic
  15. Mgr. Katarína SKOLODOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Legislation on the provision of sexual services - necessity or excess?
  16. Mgr. Michal SMEJKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Binding instruction in the red glow
  17. doc. JUDr. Marek ŠVEC, PhD., LL.M, Slovak Republic
    Použitie mobilných aplikácii pri výkone neštandardných foriem zamestnania?
  18. Jan WÜNSCH, Czech Republic
  19. Mgr. Roman ZAPLETAL, Czech Republic
    The Type of Work within Erotic Services

Improper and Inadequate Implementation of the EU Law

  1. Mgr. Lukáš BOHÁČEK, Czech Republic
    Obligation of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic to make preliminary references to the CJEU in the context of judgement, ref. no. 30 Cdo 3378/2018
  2. Stanislav BUREŠ, Czech Republic
  3. Mgr.et Mgr. Bc. Hana CEJPEK MUSILOVÁ, Czech Republic
  4. JUDr. Radim CHARVÁT, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  5. doc. JUDr. Filip KŘEPELKA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  6. Petra LAVICKÁ, Czech Republic
    Representative actions from the perspective of the EU and the Czech Republic
  7. Mgr. Peter MELICHER, Slovak Republic
  8. Zdeněk NOVÝ, Czech Republic
    The Court of Justice of the EU as a Humpty Dumpty: The Concept of "Domestic Law" in the Opinion 1/17
  9. Mgr. Iveta ROHOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. Mgr. Samuel RYBNIKÁR, PhD., Slovak Republic
  11. doc. JUDr. David SEHNÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  12. Mgr. Jan SVOBODA, Czech Republic
    Possible contradiction of the 3E principle and the protection of competition at (ICT) public procurement
  13. Mgr. Martin ŠVEC, Czech Republic
    Compliance with the principle of energy solidarity: The OPAL decision
  14. prof. JUDr. Vladimír TÝČ, CSc., Czech Republic
  15. Lukáš VÍTEK, Czech Republic

Universal, regional, national – ways of development of private international law in 21st century.

  1. Martin BULLA, Slovak Republic
    Challenges for the development of private international labour law
  2. Lucia GANDŽALOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Centre of main interest (otherwise known as COMI) with regard to the existing case- law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
  3. Mgr. Michaela GARAJOVÁ, Slovak Republic
  4. Lukáš GRODL, Czech Republic
    Should the discussion on whether non-state law might be elected as the governing law of contract be silenced forever?
  5. Dr. Gábor HAJDU, Hungary
    Investment Arbitration at the Crossroads of Public and Private International Law: Current Issues with ISDS
  6. JUDr. Elena JÚDOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Current issues of deciding cross-border succession matters in the Slovak Republic
  7. JUDr. Tereza KYSELOVSKÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Development of European PIL rules for intellectual property rights
  8. JUDr. Mag. iur. Michal MALACKA, Ph.D., MBA, Czech Republic
    Sharia - conflict of law and culture in the European context
  9. Mgr. Bc. Radovan MALACHTA, Czech Republic
    Mutual trust as a way to an unconditional automatic recognition of foreign judgments
  10. Mgr. Nikola PACALAJOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Centre of main interest (otherwise known as COMI) with regard to the existing case- law of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU)
  11. Nadezhda PESTOVA, Russian Federation
    The sources of international labor law and it’s implementation in the legal system of the Russian Federation
  12. Mgr. Tereza PROFELDOVÁ, Czech Republic
    The Aftermath of the Achmea case
  13. Mgr. Tereza PROFELDOVÁ, Czech Republic
  14. Patrik PROVAZNÍK, Czech Republic
  15. prof. JUDr. Naděžda ROZEHNALOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
    Flexibility in approaches to conflict-of-law solutions – Section 24 (1) of the Private International Law Act
  16. prof. JUDr. Naděžda ROZEHNALOVÁ, CSc., Czech Republic
  17. JUDr. Kristina SEDLÁKOVÁ SALIBOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Reciprocity as a presumption for the recognition of foreign decision
  18. Doc. JUDr. PhDr. Miroslav SLAŠŤAN, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Recent Developments in European Private International Law under Case Law of the Court of Justice
  19. doc. JUDr. Jiří VALDHANS, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Predictability and flexibility in private international law: allies or enemies?
  20. Dr. Zoltán VÍG, Hungary
    Investment Arbitration at the Crossroads of Public and Private International Law: Current Issues with ISDS
  21. Mgr. Filip VLČEK, Czech Republic
    The Applicability of Rome I Regulation in International Arbitration
  22. JUDr. Kateřina ZABLOUDILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Choice of Court Agreements after Brexit
  23. JUDr. Lucie ZAVADILOVÁ, Czech Republic
    United in diversity – regional unification of the conflict-of-law rules in matters of matrimonial property regimes

20 Years of the Public Defender of Rights (Ombudsman) Act

  1. JUDr. Markéta BEDNÁŘOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Long-stay visas from the Ombudsman´s perspective
  2. JUDr. Radislav BRAŽINA, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Reasoning of a Decision as a Good Administration Principle
  3. doc. JUDr. Ing. Branislav CEPEK, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Constitutional framework of the position of the Public Defender of Rights in the Slovak Republic
  4. Eduard CSUDAI, Slovak Republic
    Plural vs. unitary approach on human rights institutions establishment of former Czechoslovakia countries
  5. JUDr. Petr ČERNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Ombudsman's influence on court decisions.
  6. Ieva DEVIATNIKOVAITE, Lithuania
  7. Mgr. František HALML, Czech Republic
    Special Right of Action of the Public Defender of Rights
  8. JUDr. Zuzana HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Ombudsman and good governance
  9. JUDr. David HEJČ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  10. Iveta HORÁKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  11. JUDr. Monika HORÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Bude doplněno
  12. JUDr. Anna CHAMRÁTHOVÁ, Czech Republic
  13. Mgr. Viera JAKUŠOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Seeking of Effective System of Control of Safeguard of Subjective Rights by Public Power Authorities
  14. JUDr. Jana JURNÍKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  15. JUDr. Alena KLIKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  16. JUDr. Pavel KOUKAL, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  17. Mgr. Petr KRUTIŠ, Czech Republic
  18. Eva LÁSKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Preventive systematic visits by the Ombudsman to facilities for foreigners
  19. Marina LAZAREVA, PhD, Russian Federation
    Ombudsmen in Russia: new trends in protecting human rights
  20. Mgr. Jiří LIFKA, Czech Republic
  21. Mgr. Zuzana MELCROVÁ, Czech Republic
    Ombudsman: On the way to the national human rights institution?
  22. Mgr. Petra MELOTÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Protection against Discrimination connected with Public Defender of Rights
  23. Dr. Eva NYERGES, Hungary
    Changes in fundamentals of state guarantees of data protection in Hungary: from Ombudsman to the central authority. Institutions and structures for data protection, in particular workplace data management
  24. Anna OSTROWSKA, Doctor of Juristic Science, Poland
    "Contemporary Challenges of the Polish Ombudsman"
  25. Jakub PEŠTÁL, Czech Republic
  26. JUDr. Ladislav POKORNÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  27. Mgr. Petr POLÁK, Czech Republic
    Ombudsperson as national equality body in the light of recent European standards
  28. JUDr. Soňa POSPÍŠILOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Public Defender of Rights in the matters of inactivity of the public administration
  29. doc. JUDr. Olga POUPEROVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  30. Mgr. Petr PROKOP, Czech Republic
  31. Prof. JUDr. Petr PRŮCHA, CSc., Czech Republic
  32. Mgr. Olga ROSENKRANZOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  33. JUDr. Stanislav SEDLÁČEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  34. Doc. JUDr. Soňa SKULOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  35. Mgr. David SLOVÁČEK, Czech Republic
  36. Mgr. Tomáš SVOBODA, Czech Republic
  37. Mgr. Anna ŠABATOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  38. JUDr. Martin ŠKUREK, Czech Republic
    The Ombudsman and persons with disabilities
  39. Mgr. Marcela UHŘÍČKOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Critical analysis of the case law regarding ombudsman's special right of action
  40. Juraj VAČOK, Slovak Republic
    Seeking of Effective System of Control of Safeguard of Subjective Rights by Public Power Authorities
  41. JUDr. Bc. Pavel VETEŠNÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  42. Mgr. Anna Katerina VINTROVÁ, LL.M., Czech Republic
    Public Defender of Rights and Foreigners: What does the Ombudsman do for EU Citizens and their Family Members?
  43. Mgr. Pavel VŠETIČKA, Czech Republic
    The Ombudsman's supervisory role during restriction of personal freedom by the Police of the Czech Republic
  44. Małgorzata ŻMUDKA, Poland
    Citizens' right to protect the environment in Poland

Civilní proces v aktuální judikatuře

  1. JUDr. Eva DOBROVOLNÁ, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
  2. JUDr. Bohumil DVOŘÁK, Ph.D., LL.M., Czech Republic
    Identity of the Factual Basis of the Civil Action - Unsolvable Problem?
  3. Mgr. Júlia FLOREKOVÁ, Slovak Republic
    Zastúpenie Centrom právnej pomoci a problematika pokutníctva
  4. JUDr. Katarina GEŠKOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Designation claims in the Slovak and Czech case law
  5. Tereza HAJDAJOVÁ, Czech Republic
    Reversal of the burden of proof in the recent judgements
  6. JUDr. Klára HAMUĽÁKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  7. Mgr. Jan HOLAS, Czech Republic
  8. Mgr. Miloslav HRDLIČKA, Czech Republic
    Effects of the opening of insolvency proceedings on the enforcement of the decision by selling the case
  9. Klára HUMPOLÍKOVÁ, Czech Republic
  10. Mgr Lic. et Mgr. Ingrid KOVÁŘOVÁ KOCHOVÁ , Ph.D., Czech Republic
  11. doc. JUDr. Petr LAVICKÝ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  12. JUDr. Ing. Petr MACHÁLEK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    The Supreme Court and its receding "role of a unifying case-law in the area of procedural law"
  13. Mgr. Filip MAZEL, Czech Republic
    Recent Constitutional Court case law regarding the right of the debtor to deny a claim of the secured creditor
  14. Mgr. Robert PEŠA, Czech Republic
    The Position of Guardian - Attorney in the Case Law of the Constitutional Court in Relation to his Remuneration
  15. JUDr. Jana PETROV KŘIVÁČKOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  16. Mgr. Jiří PLATOVSKÝ, Czech Republic
  17. JUDr. Tomáš POBIJAK, Slovak Republic
    Proving of good faith of the statutory body in disputes for damages
  18. Mgr. Tereza PONDIKASOVÁ, Czech Republic
  19. Doc. JUDr. Petr SMOLÍK, Ph.D., Czech Republic
    Judicial enforcement under Special Court Proceedings Act and principle of disposition - yes or no?
  20. JUDr. Katarína ŠEVCOVÁ, PhD., Slovak Republic
    Decision-making activities of the Grand Chamber of the Supreme Court of the Slovak Republic and preliminary effects of its decisions
  21. Mgr. Anna ZEMANDLOVÁ, Ph.D., Czech Republic
  22. Mgr. Radomír ZIMEK, Czech Republic
  23. Mgr. Hana ZIMKOVÁ, Czech Republic