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Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic
Mikulíková, Lucie ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmejkal, Václav (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic The private-law consequences of a breach of competition law, Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Sections 3 and 11 of the Czech Competition Act, may affect many entities, irrespective of whether they are competitors or consumers. Recently, emphasis has been placed on private enforcement of competition law that is intended to serve as an important complement to public law enforcement. The first part of the dissertation defines basic concepts and principles of competition law including "public rules on restriction of competition". The history of the enforcement of competition law in the Czech Republic and the dynamic development in this area at the EU level are outlined in the second part. The third crucial part of this work deals with the right to damages caused by a breach of competition law in the Czech Republic. In 2014, the EU adopted Directive 2014/104 on certain rules in damages actions with the view, inter alia, to increase the effectiveness of private enforcement of competition rules by civil courts of EU Member States. On August 18, 2017, new Act No. 262/2017 Coll. which implements the Directive into Czech law was adopted. The dissertation...
Legal practice with the focus on the duties of an attorney at law
Maur, Jakub ; Macková, Alena (advisor) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee) ; Frintová, Dita (referee)
Legal practice with the focus on the duties of an attorney at law Abstract The dissertation thesis focuses on the exercise of the legal profession in the Czech Republic and its aim is to contribute to the professional and scientific discussion on the provision of attorney services, focusing on the attorney-client legal relationship. In its theoretical part, the dissertation thesis marginally discusses the historical context of the emergence of the legal profession as an independent and separate profession of legally erudite persons, both at the general level and at its specific levels, while emphasizing the strict observance of the constitutional right to legal assistance and its national and international legal anchoring and enforceability. The thesis analyses in detail and critically evaluates the performance of the legal profession de lege lata in accordance with the current legislation in force and simultaneously in comparison at the European and international level. The main content of the thesis is primarily the analysis of the legal relationship between the attorney-at-law and the client with an emphasis on a detailed analysis of the attorney-at-law's rights and obligations in individual legal proceedings and aside from them and on the performance of attorney services de lege artis. The dissertation...
Discharge of debts of the spouses
Šůsová, Táňa ; Macková, Alena (advisor) ; Frinta, Ondřej (referee) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee)
Discharge of debts of the spouses Abstract Discharge of debts represents, on principle, a new institute, which has been implemented into our law by the Insolvency Act with effect since 1. 1. 2008. However, the lawmakers have only implemented an expressed regulation of the joint discharge of debts of the spouses by the amendment with effect since 1. 1. 2014. In her paper, the authoress has been focused exclusively on the discharge of debts from the perspective of the spouses; therefore, not only the discharge of debts of the spouses as separate debtors but also the spouses as the community of debtors. In her paper, the authoress has been focused on the interpretation of the historical development of the joint discharge of debts of the spouses from the effect of the Insolvency Act, through its amendments up to the current wording thereof, including the illustrations in insolvency proceedings and judicial decisions. In several points, the prepared amendment to the Insolvency Act, which has been debated by the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, has also been mentioned in several points. In this paper, the authoress has outlined a brief introduction to the discharge of debts as a remedial form of the solution of the bankruptcy of the debtor. She has pointed out the development of the...
Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic
Mikulíková, Lucie ; Dvořák, Jan (advisor) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee) ; Šmejkal, Václav (referee)
V ANGLICKÉM JAZYCE Private-law consequences of a breach of competition law and their enforcement in the Czech Republic The private-law consequences of a breach of competition law, Articles 101 and 102 of the Treaty on the Functioning of the EU and Sections 3 and 11 of the Czech Competition Act, may affect many entities, irrespective of whether they are competitors or consumers. Recently, emphasis has been placed on private enforcement of competition law that is intended to serve as an important complement to public law enforcement. The first part of the dissertation defines basic concepts and principles of competition law including "public rules on restriction of competition". The history of the enforcement of competition law in the Czech Republic and the dynamic development in this area at the EU level are outlined in the second part. The third crucial part of this work deals with the right to damages caused by a breach of competition law in the Czech Republic. In 2014, the EU adopted Directive 2014/104 on certain rules in damages actions with the view, inter alia, to increase the effectiveness of private enforcement of competition rules by civil courts of EU Member States. On August 18, 2017, new Act No. 262/2017 Coll. which implements the Directive into Czech law was adopted. The dissertation...
Liability of members of governing bodies of juristic persons
Novotná Krtoušová, Lucie ; Beran, Karel (advisor) ; Kühn, Zdeněk (referee) ; Havel, Bohumil (referee)
Liability of members of governing bodies of juristic persons Mgr. Lucie Novotná Krtoušová Abstract The aim of the presented doctoral thesis entitled "Theoretical Concept of Liability of Members of the Governing Bodies of Juristic Persons" is to determine what requirements can be placed on natural persons who act as members of the governing bodies of juristic persons, and to specify the substance of due managerial care as a legal basis for potential liability. The Civil Code lays down the duty of a governing body member to act with due managerial care in the discharge of his/her office in its general part; the relevant provisions thus apply to members of the governing bodies of all juristic persons under both private and public law, provided that this is compatible with their legal nature. Compliance with the duty of due managerial care - in cases where the governing body members act as representatives of the juristic person - is the decisive criterion for determining whether or not they will be liable to the juristic person for any damage caused in the discharge of their office. However, it is questionable whether this is a case of fault-based liability for breach of a legal duty or strict liability for breach of a contractual obligation. The question of whether we will conceive liability of members of...
Creditor as an Influential Person (or: Influence Is Not the Same as Be Under Influence)
Havel, Bohumil
The article, published in the Czech and German languages, is focused on general issues relating to the creditor as the potentially influential person, to the legislative aspects of the provision pertaining to the conduct of an influential person in the Civil Code and in the Company Act, and to the status of the creditor in a company.
Recodification in Progress – a Proposition not Only on the Translation Costs of New (Czech) Private Law
Havel, Bohumil
The chapter deals with economic aspects of law, that is with the issue concerning the transaction costs of Private Law recodification. It specifies the costs on the part of private persons and divides them into direct and indirect. In conclusion, the author shapes a proposition that new Private Law presupposes a functionalist and interdisciplinary approach which allows for human freedom and its limits.
Public interest in commercial law - contradictio in adiecto? Or: Ouroboros on the march
Havel, Bohumil
The text concentrates on the vague concepts in private law, if their content is determined ex post by judicial (public) power and if they can interfere with legitimate expectations of private individuals. The premise is that the content of public interest is unknown and yet it may result e.g. in contract invalidity. The author takes into account also the risk of comparison, or path dependence, in civil law recodification.

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