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Personal data processing in banking sector within the context of banking secrecy
Milerová, Sylvie ; Bakeš, Milan (advisor) ; Radvan, Michal (referee) ; Kohajda, Michael (referee)
Personal data processing in banking sector within the context of banking secrecy Abstract Banking secrecy is a concept which has been intertwined with the provision of banking services since the very beginnings of this industry. Even though it is a universally known concept, its legal definition, including piercings of banking secrecy, is not comprehensive. In recent years, its form and the possibilities of piercing it have been evolving considerably due to often conflicting modern legislative trends (emphasis on consumer protection, emphasis on data processing transparency, support of client mobility in the banking sector, support of innovative financial services, sharing of data for crime prevention incl. terrorism, money laundering and tax evasion). The goal of this thesis is to present banking secrecy in a complex manner including the categories and the respective individual concrete piercings within the context of data processing legislation, including laying out interpretation problems from practice and proposing concrete solutions. Further, the thesis, where suitable, the thesis also includes proposals de lege ferenda. The thesis begins with an introduction to the subject matter and is further divided into four chapters, which are followed by a conclusion that sums up the partial conclusions made...
Legal regulation of mediation and international arbitration procedure in the Czech Republic and Argentina
Milerová, Sylvie ; Pauknerová, Monika (advisor) ; Dobiáš, Petr (referee)
Legal Regulation of Mediation and International Arbitration Procedure in the Czech Republic and Argentina The purpose of my thesis is to describe the legal regulations of mediation and international arbitration in the Czech Republic and Argentina, find the differences between these regulations, compare them and draw recommendations for the future development of these insitutes in both countries. The thesis begins with an introduction, where I outline the reasons that led me to choose the topic and write this thesis, the method used as well as the outcome that I intend to reach. Following the introduction, the thesis is divided into eight chapters. The first chapter provides the reader with a general overview of basic concepts of mediation and arbitration. The chapter begins with an attempt to systematically class these two institutes. Subsequently, a characteristics of mediation as an ADR method and arbitration including the description of the four main theoretical concepts, is outlined. These concepts are not only crucial for understanding arbitration, but also, as the text shows further on, for legislative activity in this field. The last part of the chapter contains the advantages and disadvantages of arbitration, which explain the popularity of (international) arbitration. The second chapter...
Legal Regulation of International Arbitration Procedure in the Czech Republic and Argentina
Milerová, Sylvie ; Pauknerová, Monika (advisor) ; Růžička, Květoslav (referee)
Legal Regulation of International Arbitration Procedure in the Czech Republic and Argentina The purpose of my thesis is to describe the legal regulations of international arbitration in the Czech Republic and Argentina, find the differences between them and draw appropriate conclusions. The thesis begins with an introduction, where I outline the reasons why I chose this topic, the method used and the outcome that I plan to reach. Following the introduction, the thesis is divided into six chapters. The first chapter provides the reader with a general overview of basic concepts of arbitration. The chapter begins with an attempt to define what arbitration is by putting it in a historical context and then placing it within (or beyond) the scope of alternative dispute resolution. Next, the four main theoretical concepts, which are crucial for the understanding of arbitration, are outlined. The last part of the chapter contains the advantages and disadvantages of arbitration, which explain the popularity of (international) arbitration. The next chapter deals with the legal regulation of international arbitration in the Czech Republic. It opens with a brief description of development of arbitration throughout Czech history and then is divided into sub-chapters dealing with specific elements of...

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