Czech Yearbook of International Law - Second Decade Ahead: Tracing the Global Crisis - 2010
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Czech Yearbook of International Law is a compilation of articles written by professionals who offer unique insight into special issues regulated in the European legal culture. CYIL promotes development of international law and of new analytical approaches that will increase understanding of this branch of law and its goals in the current global era. The focal points of interest in Czech Yearbook of International Law are actual issues involving international treaties in the context of EU law, international contractual relations, the protection of human rights in the international context, aspects of criminal law as well as international arbitration. The goal of this book is to further advance and develop the international law analyses particularly from the countries of central and eastern Europe.
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 Bělohlávek is Founder and Senior Partner of The Bělohlávek Law Offices, Prague. He is a Member of the International Court of Arbitration at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in Paris as well as Member of the ICC Commission on International Arbitration and a Member of the National Committee of the ICC in the Czech Republic. He has acted as arbitrator or counsel in more than 170 international arbitrations and is listed as arbitrator with the international arbitral centers of several economic chambers in Central Europe. He has published numerous books and articles on arbitration and business law..
Filip Černý - (*1982) works as a legal trainee in the Law Offices of Bělohlávek, Prague, Czech Republic and pursues his PhD studies in international law at the Law Faculty of North-Western University in Pilsen. Graduated from the Law Faculty of Masaryk University in Brno in 2007, absolved exchange programme at the Law Faculty of Erasmus University in Rotterdam in 2006.
Dr. Marcin Czepelak is a lecturer at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow and an expert for the European Commission - member of PRM III Group. Research that led to this article was conducted under a project financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Republic of Poland.
Ludvik David, Brno, Czech Republic
Prof. Dr. Oskar Krejčí, CSc. (1948) is the Vice-Chancellor of the University College of International and Public Relations Prague, a scientific worker at the Institute of Political Science of the Slovak Academy of Sciencesin Bratislava and he teaches at the Faculty of Political Sciences and International Relations of the Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrice. He has published approximately twenty scientific books and more than one thousand varied studies and articles. He was an advisor to two Prime Ministers of the Czechoslovak federal government.
JUDr. PhDr. Petr Mlsna, Ph.D. - Education: Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague-Doctor of Laws; Ph.D. in Constitutional, European and International Laws; Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague-Doctor of Philosophy.
He works as Director of the Department of Legislation of the Office of the Government of the Czech Republic. Petr Mlsna teaches at the Faculty of Law at Charles University in Prague (constitutional law) and at the Faculty of Social Sciences at Charles University in Prague (economic history of German speaking countries). He has published more than 50 articles and essays and co-authored the monograph, International Treaties in Czech Law.
Robert Neruda, Brno, Czech Republic
Prof. JUDr. Monika Pauknerová, CSc., DSc., is professor of Private International Law and International Commercial Law at the Faculty of Law, Charles University in Prague, and at the Faculty of Law, University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, and researcher at the Institute of State and Law, v.v.i., Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic. She is a member of the European Group for Private International Law and of the International Academy of Comparative Law (IACL); president of the Czech National Committee of the IACL, etc.; an arbitrator since 1985 and author of more than 140 publications.
Matthias Scherer, Rechtsanwalt, LL.M. (European Law), Attorney-at-law, a Partner at Lalive Avocats (Geneva/Zurich). The author specializes in international disputes. He acts as counsel and arbitrator in international arbitration proceedings. He is a member of the Arbitration Committee of the Swiss Chambers of Commerce, an associate member of the ICC Institute, a vice chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee, and serves as Editor of the journal of the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA Bulletin) and Co-Editor of the Swiss International Arbitration Law Reports. He has been featured in the International Who's Who of Commercial Arbitration Lawyers since its inception in 2005.
Vít Alexander Schorm (* 1973) has been the Agent of the Czech Government before the European Court of Human Rights since 2002. He was also cabinet director of the Czech Deputy Prime Minister for Legislation and Human Rights and advisor to the President of the Czech Supreme Court.
JUDr. Jiři Valdhans, Ph.D. - research associate at the Department for international and European law at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University. Areas of specialization: private international law, commercial international law, arbitration. His recent research focuses in particular on noncontractual obligations with a foreign element. He publishes in the Czech Republic and abroad.
Prof. JUDr. Helena Barancova, DrSc. Dean of the Law Faculty of Trnava University, Head of the Department of Labour Law and Social Security Law. She has penned 24 academic monographs, and over 360 academic and expert studies and articles. Of these, approximately one third have been published abroad. She is known in the broader academic and professional community for her numerous books and expert articles on international and European labour law. She was awarded the Order of the Deputy Prime Minister of the Slovak Republic in November 2008 for her scholarship on European and international labour law.
Sir Anthony Colman, London, United Kingdom
Prof. JUDr. Jaroslav Fenyk, Ph.D., DSc. (*1961) is a fulltime professor of criminal law, criminal procedure, criminology and criminalistics at the Law Faculty of Masaryk University in Brno, a part-time professor at the Law Faculty of Charles University in Prague, a private university professor at the Law Faculty of Miskolc University in Hungary, and he regularly lectures in foreign universities (Vienna, Chicago, Bratislava, etc.). He has published approximately 20 scientific books and more than 100 articles and scientific studies. He is a lawyer, and served as First Deputy Supreme Public Prosecutor of the Czech Republic, a member of the Legislative Board of Government of the Czech Republic, and President of the Czech Association for the Protection of Financial Interests of EC. He is a member of the International Association for Criminal Law (AIDP), and a replacement member of the Supervisory Committee over the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF).
Prof. nzw. Et Doc. JUDr. Karel Klíma, CSc., dr. hab. is a university lecturer, currently leading the Constitutional Law Department at the Law Faculty of West Bohemian University in Plzeň; long-time member of the Council of the International Association of Constitutional Law (IACL), member of the Academy of Comparative Law, member of the World Jurist Association and its President for the Czech Republic.
Zdeněk Kučera, Pilsen, Czech Republic
Pierre Lalive, Geneva, Switzerland
Andrzej Mączyński, Krakow, Poland
August Reinisch, Vienna, Austria
Prof. JUDr. PhDr. mult. Michal Tomasek, DrSc. Professor of European Law, head of department of European Law. Graduated from the Charles University in Prague, Sorbonne University in Paris, Beijing University in China and University of Virginia. Author or co-author of several books on European and Chinese law, including Toward Constitutionalism and Democracy in Central and Eastern Europe (1992), Barrieres insoupçonnées de l´Europe sans frontieres (Bruxelles, 1995), Unternehmensgruppen in mittel- und osteuropäischen Ländern (Tubingen, 2003), Grundfragen des europäischen Strafrechts (Wurzburg, 2005), and La realización del mercado único europeo: experiencias hispanochecas (Santiago de Compostela, 2006).
Vladimir Tyč, Brno, Czech Republic
Peter Misur, Prague, Czech Republic