Czech Yearbook of International Law - Public Policy and Ordre Public - 2012
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We are proud to present to our readers Czech Yearbook of International Law 2012, Volume 3.
The overarching topic of this volume, Public Policy and Ordre Public turns its focus to the doctrine which is inherently connected with private international law, which is true only at first glance. The problem of Public Policy and Ordre Public is intertwined more deeply in the national legal orders than virtually any legal branch. However, the platform of private international law through which these doctrines emerge and find its strongest application is in the cross-border traffic of the court and extra-court decisions. In these relationships, the most important differences in understanding the extent and nature of these terms take shape.
The third volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law focuses on the uncovering of national differences and the comparison of such doctrines in a global perspective. CYIL 2012 takes into account the completely different connotations given to both doctrines in the United States and the Common Law countries in continental Europe.
Institutions participating in the CYIL Project:
Academic institutions within Czech Republic:
- Masaryk University (Brno), Faculty of Law, Department of International and European Law.
- University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Faculty of Law, Department of Constitutional Law & Department of International Law.
- VŠB-TU Ostrava, Faculty of Economics, Department of Law.
- Department of European Law, Department of Commercial Law & Centre for Comparative Law of the Faculty of Law, Charles University.
- University College of International and Public Relations Prague.
- Institute of State and Law of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, v.v.i.
Non-academic institutions in the Czech Republic
- Office of the Government of the Czech Republic, Department of Legislation, Prague.
- Arbitration Court attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic, Prague.
- ICC National Committee Czech Republic, Commission on Arbitration, Prague.
Institutions outside Czech Republic participating in the CYIL Project:
University of Vienna, Department of European, International and Comparative Law, Section for International Law and International Relations.
Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Faculty of Law and Administration, Department of Private International Law.
Slovak Academy of Sciences, Institute of State and Law, Bratislava. University of Matej Bel in Banská Bystrica, Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations, Department of International Affairs and Diplomacy.Trnava University in Trnava, Faculty of Law, Department of Labour Law and Social Security Law.
About the Editors:
Prof. JUDr. Naděžda Rozehnalová, CSc. - professor of International and European Law the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University. Areas of specialization: private international law, commercial international law, arbitration. Author of a host of scholarly monographs and articles in professional periodicals both in the Czech Republic and abroad. Since 2007, Dean of the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University.
Alexander J. Bělohlávek Univ. Prof., Dr. jur. Et Mgr., Dipl. Ing. oec/MB, Dr.h.c. Lawyer admitted and practising in Prague/Czech Republic, Senior Partner of the Law Offices Bělohlávek (Prague/Czech Republic; Branch N.J./US), Dept. of Law Sciences Faculty of Economics, Ostrava, Czech Republic (in house); Dept. of Int. and European Law, Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic (external). Chairman of the Commission on Arbitration ICC National Committee, Arbitrator at the Court of Arbitration attached to the Economic.
Ján Azud, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Helena Barancová, Trnava, Slovak Republic
Sir Anthony Colman, London, United Kingdom
Jaroslav Fenyk, Brno, Czech Republic
Karel Klíma, Plzen, Czech Republic
Ján Klučka, Košice, Slovak Republic
Zdeněk Kučera, Plzen, Czech Republic
Pierre Lalive, Geneva, Switzerland
Andrzej Mączyński, Kraków, Poland
Peter Mankowski, Hamburg, Federal Republic of Germany
Maksymilian Pazdan, Katowice, Poland
August Reinisch, Vienna, Austria
Michal Tomášek, Prague, Czech Republic
Vladimír Týč, Brno, Czech Republic
Filip Černý, Prague, Czech Republic
Marcin Czepelak, Kraków, Republic of Poland
Ludvík David, Brno, Czech Republic
Jan Kněžínek, Prague, Czech Republic
Oskar Krejčí, Prague, Czech Republic
Petr Mlsna, Prague, Czech Republic
Robert Neruda, Brno, Czech Republic
Monika Pauknerová, Prague, Czech Republic
František Poredoš, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Matthias Scherer, Geneva, Switzerland
Vít Alexander Schorm, Prague, Czech Republic
Miroslav Slašt’an, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
Václav Stehlík, Olomouc, Czech Republic
Jiří Valdhans, Brno, Czech Republic