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Claims for compensation for accidents at work and occupational diseases
Pavlovský, Marek ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
1 Claims for compensation for accidents at work and occupational diseases Abstract The topic of this diploma thesis is the issue of the claims of the employee for compensation for accidents at work and occupational diseases included in the broader context of the compensation for pecuniary and non-pecuniary harm in labour law with an accent on the definition of the key concepts with connected institutes. The topic reflects the characteristic attributes, purpose and development of the employer's duty to compensate for pecuniary and non-pecuniary harm, from which the significant part of the work devoted to partial claims for compensation, is based. The diploma thesis is divided into nine chapters, where the topic is described using descriptive, analytical and comparative methods. First chapter is focusing on introducing the field of duty to provide compensation for pecuniary and non-pecuniary harm in private law. The second chapter is devoted to a comparison of the legal regulation of the duty to provide compensation for harm in the Labour Code and in the Civil Code. The third chapter already deals with important aspects of the employer's duty to provide compensation for pecuniary and non-pecuniary harm caused to the employee with employee's duty to provide compensation for damage. The fourth chapter presents...
Employee liability for property damage and harm to a person
Dařílková, Linda ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Štefko, Martin (referee)
Name of the thesis: Employee Liability for Property Damage and Harm To a Person The aim of this thesis is to analyze employee's liability for damage in a broader historical context, extending also to the theory of law, to distinguish the specifics of labour law liability from the civil law liability and to define the prerequisites for the emergence of different types of employee's liability for damages and to elaborate on them in detail, especially through scientific literature and case law. In the first chapter, I describe labour law in brief historical context relevant for the topic, with reference to key changes in the development of labour law legislation. In accordance with aforementioned, in chapter two I then focus on the theory of liability, namely liability for damage, and then in chapter three I analyze in detail the liability for damage as regulated in the Act No. 262/2006 Coll., Labour Code. Chapter four strives to outline the functions of liability for damage in employment relationships and defines the prevention of damage. Chapter five then enumerates the prerequisites for arising of the employee's liability for damage and also focuses on definition of related legal terms. Chapter six analyzes different types of employee's liability for damage: General liability, liability for...
The liability of the employee for the damage caused to the employer
Drahovzal, Jaroslav ; Bělina, Miroslav (advisor) ; Drápal, Ljubomír (referee)
The rigorosum thesis is focussed on the responsibility of an employee for damages caused to the employer. The work firstly describes the problem of the law responsibility in general and then responsibility for the damage. The main part of this work is shaped by the description of individual kinds of the responsibility of an employee for the loss and by the question of the extend of compensation. Attention is also paid to the prevention of the damage, labour law of the European Union and the options of the employee to insure against liability for any material damage caused to the employer.
Liability for damage in case law
Kulišová, Magdaléna ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Pichrt, Jan (referee)
78 Résumé: Liability for damage in the practise of the courts The purpose of my thesis is to analyze liability for damage in the Czech labour law in the view of the practise of the courts. The study is focused mainly on employee's and employer's General liability, then on the Liability for a shortfall of things entrusted to an employee and the Liability for damage to deposited items. The reason for my research is ambiguous use of this judicial institute and possibility of application of existing judicature in conditions of the new Labour Code. The thesis is composed of eleven chapters; each of them is dealing with various aspects of liability in general and chosen kinds of liability in labour law. First chapter is introductory and defines the structure of the thesis and individual chapters. Chapter two defines the conception of the liability in general and it's aims, which characterise it's function in labour law. Chapter three deals with various kinds of liability and is divided into five parts, each deal with separate kind of liability. Chapter four compares relevant the Czech Labour Code and the former Labour Code. The goal of this chapter is to prove that existing judicature can be applied in conditions of the new Labour Code. It highlights main changes in the Liability for damage and compensation of...
Employee's claims in the case of work accidents or occupational diseases
Špačková, Hana ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
The topic of this thesis is employee's claims in the case of work accidents or occupational diseases, because the assessment and determination of damages is still an actual issue. The first part of the thesis deals with theoretical introduction and definition of terms which are material for the whole thesis. The first part defines the liability in labour law, the liability of employee and employer, work accidents and occupational diseases and mainly the employer's liability for damages and non-material damage caused by work accidents or occupational diseases to employees. The next chapter focuses on insurance which is obligatory for all employers who employ at least one employee. This insurance is important in case of the employer becomes liable for damage or non-material damage caused by work accidents or occupational diseases. The insurance is important especially for small and medium-sized employers for whom the compensation could be liquidating and could lead to the termination of their activities. The most importatnt chapter of the thesis is the chapter concerning individual types of employee's claims for damages or non-material damage which arise from work accident or occupational disease, or claims of survivors of employee in case of employee's death, and their assessment. The most...
Non-competition clause
Šťastný, Kryštof ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Morávek, Jakub (referee)
TITLE: Non-competition clause AUTHOR: Kryštof Šťastný DEPARTMENT: Department of Labour Law and Social Security Law SUPERVISOR: JUDr. Ljubomír Drápal ABSTRACT: The aim of this thesis is to present a comprehensive description of the historical development of legal regulation of the non-competition clause from 1910 onwards, to point out the most important aspects of the current legal regulation, and to compare Czech legal regulation of this institute with its equivalent in German legal system. To achieve this aim, an analysis of the historical regulation of the non-competition clause is conducted and the positives and negatives of each regulation are presented. Emphasis is nevertheless put on the analysis of the present legal regulation of the non-competition clause in the Labour code. To put the Czech regulation of the non-competition clause into international context, a comparative analysis of Czech and German regulation is conducted, and the positives and negatives of the German regulation are assessed. The most important terms and concepts are introduced and defined in the first chapter to make their usage clear for the rest of the thesis. The second chapter is dedicated to the historical development of the regulation of the non-competition clause in the present-day Czech Republic. The historical...
Workplace Injury
Sembol, Jakub ; Drápal, Ljubomír (advisor) ; Bělina, Miroslav (referee)
66 Summary The topic of my work is workplace injury. The goal of this work is comparison of two main approaches to this topic that have been discussed over the past years, namely - the employer`s responsibility versus accidental insurance of employees. The first one mentioned is effective in Czech republic and the second was meant to be effective from 1st January 2008 but it was postponed three times (last time to 1st January 2015) and it is now considered to be canceled. The goal is to understand why and to determine which of the systems better suits the purposes of a workplace injury regulation in Czech Republic. At the beginning I start with a brief historical background (from the year 1989) of the regulation for better understanding of the need for new legislation. Next I am going to achieve the goal of this work by describing the first system by detailed analysis of the effective regulation - explaining terms such as liability, workplace injury, exemptions from liability, types of compensation and also present few a court decisions on the matter. Then I am going to describe the second system by explaining the differences that the accidental insurance of employees act (266/2006 Coll.) would bring if it ever becomes effective. For a more detailed description I would also present the regulation of a...
Scheduling of Working Hours
Juzová, Jitka ; Štefko, Martin (advisor) ; Drápal, Ljubomír (referee)
The thesis summarizes legal regulation of working hours and their scheduling in the Czech legal order. The aim of this thesis was to describe and evaluate various types of working patterns, which are addressed in the Labour Code, as well as to highlight some problems that can cause their application in practice. In addition to the current regulation, this paper deals with modifications proposed by the amendment to the Labour Code, which would come into effect January 1, 2012, and its influence on the organization of working time (the main change is the proposed unification of regulation of even and uneven schedule of working time and reducing the administrative burden and complexity of account of working time). The thesis can be divided into five main parts. The first part is devoted to the very definition of working time in European and Czech legislation and records of working hours. The second part focuses on the main topic of the thesis - the organization of working hours. In the individual sub-sections I describe the various patterns of working hours with an indication of potential problems in practice. I also mention the possible changes in the regulation of working time, which would bring the already mentioned proposed amendment to the the Labour Code. Schedule of working hours is related to work...

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