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Selected topics from climate change law with a focus on the transfer of technologies
Vrbová, Zuzana ; Žákovská, Karolina (advisor) ; Sobotka, Michal (referee)
The first chapter of this thesis discusses the recent development of climate change law. It explores the reason as to why it is at the centre of a global debate, which is predominantly due the increasingly pronounced consequences of climatic changes on human society and the environment. Furthermore, it describes the most important requirements in tackling the issues presented by international climate change treaties. This includes the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, acting as a base for the whole international climate change regime, the Kyoto Protocol as a legal tool with specified emission targets and most recently, the Paris Agreement, which serves as an independent international treaty however is still under the guidance of the framework convention. The author predicts that the Paris Agreement will determine the future direction of this legal field and therefore puts particular focus on this treaty in the first chapter of the thesis. The paper aims to uncover its weaknesses - questioning the enforceability of some of the measures that rely on the autonomy of states to implement and the lack of ambition in some of its targets. The second chapter expands on one of the key issues related to the main topic. The author emphasizes how the importance of environmentally friendly...
Chosen relative grounds for dismissal of a Trademark registration
Lajsek, Vladimír ; Pítra, Vladimír (advisor) ; Růžička, Michal (referee)
Vladimír Lajsek: Chosen Relative Grounds for Dismissal of a Trademark Registration This topic is dealing with two chosen relative grounds of dismissal of a trademark registration, particularly with sec. 7 (1) (i) and sec. 7 (1) (j) statute No. 441/2003 Coll. The first part presents a general introduction in the whole issue, as with relative grounds for dismissal of a trademark registration and with proceeding on objections. Afterwards, there is described historical development of these provisions, which helped to their establishing into Czech legal order. The author finds, that these provisions were not established until convergence with the European law. Next parts are focusing on the particular provisions. The chapter about objection to the older copyright contains the role of the Czech Industrial Property Office in the proceedings of author crafts and their authorship. The Office should make its own conclusion in these circumstances, so it is not dependent on the binding decision of a court. In the issue of considering, whether particular mark is or is not an author craft, the author offers his own three-level-test of uniqueness, which is based on summarisation of the former decision-making of the Office. To the issue of the right to sue on grounds of this objection the author concludes, this...
Patent, protection of originality or limitation of the competition ?
Kodad, Jiří ; Dobřichovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
This master's thesis deals mainly with the interface between patent law and competition law. The main objective is to provide the reader with a complex patent law overview and explanation of basic concepts related to intellectual property law, with a pivotal focus on patent law. In order to do so, author examines how national legislation contained primarily in Act no. 527/1990 Coll., On Inventions and Rationalization Proposals, as amended works and then analyzes Paris Convention and other treaties, which still remain to be the cornerstone of the international law. After introduction to a patent protection there are examined three of the most significant patent systems in the world - European Union, United States of America and Japan and their respective approaches to patent protection. In addition to exploring limits of a patent rights protection, there are explained doctrines relating to intellectual property rights, with closer attention to patents. Another objective of the work is the analysis of patent law's interface with the competition law. As part of this examination there is paid attention mainly to the abuse of a dominant position through the exercise of patent rights, essential facilities doctrine and FRAND licensing. In conclusion, the author tries to critically assess what the current problems...
Grounds for Refusal of Registration of Trade Marks under Czech Law
Poupě, Pavel ; Růžička, Michal (advisor) ; Pítra, Vladimír (referee)
The purpose of my thesis is to provide general requirements for the registrability of trademarks and to analyse particular grounds for refusal of registration of trademarks according to czech law. The thesis is composed of four main chapters, each of them dealing with different aspects of czech trademark law. Chapter One outlines brief history of the very first legislation dealing with trademarks and their registrability until recent days. Chapter Two is introductory and defines basic terminology used in the thesis and also presents categories of trademarks. The chapter is subdivided into five parts. Part One deals wiht national trademarks, part Two focuses on international trademarks, part Three deals with well-known trademarks. The last part presents the Nice clasification established by the Nice Agreement. Chapter Three provides an outline of all absolute grounds for refusal of registration of trademarks under the czech law. The chapter concentrates on particular absolute grounds; the chapter is subdivided into ten parts, each of them dealing with one particular absolute ground. The chapter also illustrates the approach to decision-making by trial courts and practice of competent authorities. Chapter Four concentrates on all relative grounds for refusal of registration of trademarks under czech...
International licensing contracts
Gardlíková, Monika ; Dobiáš, Petr (advisor) ; Brodec, Jan (referee)
The goal of this thesis is to analyze international license contract institute, the function and the position it occupies in the sphere of international business with incorporeal goods and legal regime which it, on the level of the Czech rule of law and European Union law, is subject to. The thesis consists of four parts. The first part focuses on the institute of contractual license in general. It outlines its conception and basic definitional framework. It reflects the function and the position which the institute of license contract occupies in the Czech rule of law as well as its shift within the framework of Czech private law recodification. It presents diverse typology of contractual license and in the process it thoroughly focuses on its modifications, respectively on marginal agreement models such as franchise agreement and know how agreement. The second part of the thesis continues with text dedicated to the institute of license contract with international element. It presents its general classification and it also analyzes sources of its modification. The third part of the thesis treats legal regime which the international license contract is subject to, and the focal point of the text lies in the union modification included in the Rome Convention and in Regulation Rome I. The problem is discussed...
Legal Liability Issues in Repositories of Grey Literature
Koščík, Michal
The paper will discuss legal position of providers of document repositories with regards to specific rules regulating liability of providers of information society services.
Fulltext: idr-688_3 - Download fulltextPDF
Slides: idr-688_1 - Download fulltextPDF; idr-688_2 - Download fulltextPDF
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Creative Commons Licenses within the Czech Legal System
Koščík, Michal ; Šavelka, Jaromír
Fulltext: nusl-42872_2 - Download fulltextPDF
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Legal means against violation of intellectual property rights
Měchurová, Veronika ; Boháček, Martin (advisor) ; Jakl, Ladislav (referee)
This thesis is dealing with legal means for enforcement of intellectual property rights. It is focused on rights to marking, namely trademarks, indication of source, apellations of origin and domain names. The work analyses and characterizes individual legal means and shows possibilities of their use. There are presented procedures of enforcement of rights to marking, definitions of terms and practical examples. The works concentrate not only on Czech legal regulations but also on legal regulations of the European Union and legal regulations of international institutions such as for example agreement TRIPS.

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