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The responsibility of an employee for domage
Hinterbuchner, Lukáš ; Štangová, Věra (advisor) ; Vysokajová, Margerita (referee)
Thesis title: The responsibility of an employee for damage The subject of the thesis is the responsibility of an employee for damage. The thesis offers in the first place a comprehensive summary of the current legislation of the topic. The main purpose of the thesis is to summarize the legislation of the labor- law and of the employee`s responsibility for any damage done to the employer where for this purpose there are analyzed particular sorts of the responsibility distinguished by the Labor Code. In details there are described first of all specific conditions that must be fulfilled to claim the responsibility on the employee for the damage, the possibility of the employee to disclaim it is not neglected either. The thesis focuses on the main differences that distinguish the particular sorts of the responsibility from each other. An attention is given to the links between labor law and other legal codes, especially the civil one where the connection is the closest whereas the understanding of this mutual relation is very essential to understand the stated topic. The thesis is not formulated as only theoretical however there is a practical view of the topic included which is mingled mostly by decision-making practice of courts which generates some answers to unclear explanation of the legislations,...
Ethics of Emmanuel Lévinas
HUŠEK, Jakub
The thesis is called Emmanuel Lévinas Ethics and its aim is to explain the ethical concept of this original French philosopher. The first part of the thesis is focused on important influences that were important for Lévinas' philosophical work. The next part of the thesis deals with dialogical personalism as a philosophical direction into which Lévinas is most often classified. The third and most important part deals with the motives that led Lévinas to the elaboration of his ethical theses and subsequently parts of these theses are processed. It turns out that the basic aspect of his theory is the social relationship of the 'I' with the Second, through which the path to transcendence leads .Lévinas' conception is considered as a sort of ethical turn in philosophy and can be considered as a return to man. Properly conceived ethics based on respect, Levinas considers being "prima Philosophia".
The Internet and copyright-the scope of liability of individual parties involved and modes of protection against piracy
Voráčková, Klára ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
1 Abstract The Internet and copyright - the scope of liability of individual parties involved and modes of protection against piracy The main purpose of this diploma thesis is to evaluate the current state of the legal regulation of copyright in relation to the responsibility for violation of such law in the Internet environment. The thesis contains a list of valid Czech and European legal standards and a list of international treaties affecting the topic. I have also analyzed the responsibility for copyright infringement on the Internet in the light of primarily European case law. Given the so-called Europeanization of law and its impact on copyright law, European case law has a great significance also for the decision- making of Czech courts. I chose the topic of my thesis because the connection between law and the Internet appears to me as interesting and this area is constantly evolving and changing, as the Internet itself has become an absolutely unpredictable area in terms of the number of active users. Another problematic and very interesting area is the conflict of features, namely the features of the Internet that are inherently non-border, and copyright, which is territorial. I have judged this conflict of interest in the light of both the offline and the online world, which addresses the wider...
Carpooling in the light of private and public law
Müller, Tomáš ; Frinta, Ondřej (advisor) ; Thöndel, Alexandr (referee)
Carpooling in the light of private and public law Abstract The thesis deals with legal aspects of carpooling across the spectrum of the law of the Czech Republic. Due to carpooling not being a legal term, the thesis itself defines it as a phenomenon when multiple people are traveling simultaneously by one road transport vehicle, under the assumption that the transport is not being provided on a commercial basis. The thesis also describes the differences between carpooling and commercial transport of persons. As far as public law is concerned, the thesis discovers which areas of administrative law apply to carpooling and what consequences arise for the subjects concerned. This involves the regulation of road transport and road traffic in particular. The description of tax implications is also included. Furthermore, the thesis deals with criminal and administrative liability. The focus, however, is on private law. After an exploration of the legal history of transport of persons, the thesis answers the question whether or not contractual obligations arise from carpooling and inspects the elements of the contract along with the rights and duties of the parties. International aspects are taken into account - the thesis studies direct legal norms as well as rules governing conflicting laws. The centrepiece of...
Impeachment in Europe: constitutional models and practice
Medelský, Filip ; Brunclík, Miloš (advisor) ; Mlejnek, Josef (referee)
This thesis presents and analyses the process of impeachment relating to the Presidents of European Union Member States. The thesis presents and analyses individual constitutional models of impeachment across Member States based on the constitutional players involved in the impeachment process, who decides on the initiation of the whole process and how, under what conditions the impeachment process can be initiated, for what offences the President can be impeached, which authorities have the power to decide on the outcome of the complaint, what penalties the President faces and whether it is possible to reverse the decision of these authorities in some way. The thesis also analyses impeachment processes that have taken place against European Presidents thus far, namely, the impeachment of Lithuanian President Paksas, Romanian President Basescu and the only attempt at a constitutional complaint to date against Czech President Václav Klaus. Three main models of impeachment can be identified in the framework of European constitutions, depending on which authority has the power to remove the President from office. Most European countries use the judicial model where the President is removed from office at the decision of a judicial authority. Judicial authorities can be of a dual nature. They can be...
Liability for defective prospectus
Mach, Tomáš ; Čech, Petr (advisor) ; Elek, Štefan (referee)
1 Liability for defective prospectus Abstract The aim of my thesis is to provide a paper that discusses the overall consequences of an issuer who, in connection with public offer of securities or their admission to the trading on regulated market, provide and make public a defective prospectus that contains untrue, incomplete and misleading information. The thesis does not deal with all aspects of the laws of prospectus. Instead, it focus on particular issues in relation to the prospectus. Mainly, it deals with civil liability arising out of the defective prospectus. As a consequence, the other sanctions, eg. administrative or criminal, are not included in the thesis. In my thesis, I consider prospectus as an informative document that ought to provide certain information in order to protect investors. These information must not be untrue, incomplete or misleading so that the high standard of protection to investors is preserved. High standard of investors protection include, inter alia, higher liability attached to a prospectus. Legal regulations governing civil liability attached to a prospectus are not harmonized on the EU level. Instead, broad discretion is given to Member States in order to provide their own legal regulation regarding civil liability for a defective prospectus. That opens free field for...
Damage caused by information or advice - Czech adaptation, DCFR and PETL
Mladá, Klára ; Elischer, David (advisor) ; Dvořák, Jan (referee)
Damage caused by information or advice - Czech adaptation, DCFR and PETL Abstract This thesis deals with liability for damage caused by administration of incorrect information or harmful advice, which is governed by Section 2950 of Act No. 89/2012 Coll., The Civil Code. At the same time, it deals with its relation to the documents of the European legislative groups, namely the document of the Principles of European Tort Law (PETL), and the Draft Common Frame of Reference (DCFR). The aim of this thesis is to introduce annotated provision, its inclusion in the systematics of the Civil Code and to outline the possibilities and requirements of its application. This goal was also necessary to subject to an examination of the view of PETL and DCFR European documents, which inspired the legislative decision to include the annotated provision in its current form into the Code and even it was an inspiration for the creation of the Civic Code itself. In the context of introducing the annotated provision, it was necessary to develop the individual topics that formed the basis for accountability according to Civil Code in general, in the concrete in relation to the annnotated provision and, finally, in relation to the intentions of the PETL and DCFR European documents. The main subjects are therefore the subjects of...
The Internet and copyright-the scope of liability of individual parties involved and modes of protection against piracy
Kudrlička, Adam ; Žikovská, Petra (advisor) ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (referee)
The Internet and copyright - the scope of liability of individual parties involved and modes of protection against piracy Abstract The main aim of this thesis is to evaluate the extension of Internet piracy as well as to determine which subjects are liable for the unlawful sharing of files and copyright protected works by using different platforms. I have decided to write about this topic primarily because of the persisting phenomenon of Internet piracy and copyright infringement. In this thesis I am proposing some ideas which could help to fight Internet piracy. I am also considering current EU legislation and the EU case-law regarding copyright on the Internet. The thesis is divided into eleven chapters, which include sub-chapters. The opening chapter introduces the reader to the piracy phenomenon and copyright infringement. The following chapters deal with the evolution of the Internet in the world in general and in the Czech Republic specifically. The third chapter describes copyright in cyberspace. Further, I consider the relevant international law, legal sources of copyright in the EU and the copyright legislation in the Czech Republic, including the protection against administrative offences in the field of copyright and criminal offences. The fourth chapter highlights specific examples of liability...

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