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Sanctioning of legal persons
Peroutka, Josef ; Bohuslav, Lukáš (advisor) ; Vokoun, Rudolf (referee)
Sanctioning of legal persons Abstract The thesis Sanctioning of legal persons consists of seven parts. Th first part of the thesis deals with the theme of international and European sources of law of the criminal liability of legal persons. Furthermore, there is cited history of criminal liability of legal persons abroad and further in the Czech Republic since the end of 20th century to present. The second part of the thesis comprises explanation of the basic instruments of Czech Act on Criminal Liability of Legal Persons like personal scope, range of criminalization of behaviour of legal persons and imputability of the behaviour of individuals to criminal liable legal person. The third part of the thesis comprises general explanation of sanctioning of legal persons and availability of usage of some legal institutes comprised in Czech Criminal Code against legal persons. The fourth part encompasses each single legal sanction comprised in the Third part of the Act on Criminal Liability of Legal Persons. The fifth part of the thesis encompasses explanation of so-called diversions in criminal proceedings against legal persons. In the sixth part there is an insight into selected foreign legislations of criminal liability of legal persons. The seventh part of the thesis encompasses statistical details of the...
Alternative Dispute Resolution and the Rights to Judicial Protection in the Czech Republic
Peroutka, Jan ; Kubešová, Silvia (advisor) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
The aim of this master's thesis was to describe alternative dispute resolutions in the overall context of the right to judicial protection guaranteed by the judicial system. In the Czech Republic, there are several alternatives to legal proceedings; these are in particular: (1) arbitration, (2) mediation, and (3) conciliation by the Consumer Protection Act. The thesis then aimed to answer the question whether the existence of these different techniques of settling disputes extends the right to judicial protection of the parties - in a broader sense, whether there is an increase in application of their procedural rights - or vice versa. Arbitration represents an important part of this thesis. I first focus on procedural rights participants in arbitration are guaranteed. I conclude that participants can waive the right to judicial protection guaranteed by Art. 36 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Basic Freedoms only under strict conditions, i.e. the expression of will must be unequivocal, informed (conscious) consent, free (voluntary, i.e. without coercion), unconditional; and only to a limited extend. However, this waiver is not absolute and unlimited; certain minimum guarantees of procedural rights defined by practice of the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg are applied to ensure a...
The possibilities of adaptation - Ladislav Fuks
Peroutka, Jan ; VAJCHR, Marek (advisor) ; MRAVCOVÁ, Marie (referee)
In our work we are dealing with analysis of the novel Pasáček z doliny and its film adaptation. We are trying to capture the way how this novel was transferred to the screen. We are finding out how much the filmmakers stuck to the novel and how much they used its opportunities. To this analysis we are using selected aspects of literary work and the method of comparation of film with original literary work. However we are trying to exceed the limits of film and literary science and also provide a preview from the perspective of a film creator, who examines the use or non-use of the potential of literary original. We are taking to the account also the context of the period, wherein Ladislav Fuks's novel was formed and František Vláčil's adaptation and also we are trying to understand these works in context of creation both authors.
Consumerism – historical development, causes and effects
Peroutka, Jan ; Džbánková, Zuzana (advisor) ; Šumpíková, Markéta (referee)
The main goal of this thesis is to analyse and evaluate the phenomena of consumerism and consumer society in the context of history, sociology and economy. It also explores possible causes and effects of this phenomena. The thesis is theoretical and does not contain a practical section.
The role of the LEADER programme in the development of the Chelčicko-Lhenicko region
The purpose of this thesis is to describe the LEADER programme and to determine its potential applications in the Chelčicko-Lhenicko region. The theoretical portion of the thesis defines both the details of the structural funds for the implementation periods 2004 {--} 2006 and 2007 {--} 2013, as well as the contents page of the LEADER+ programme, which includes a brief overview of the LAG {--} Local action group. The practical portion focuses on describing the monitored area and on the potential applications of the LEADER+ programme in the Chelčicko-Lhenicko region, as evaluated using a SWOT analyses. The conclusion of the thesis presents the benefits of the LEADER programme for the monitored region and includes other suggested LEADER+ type programmes.

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