Monika Pauknerová JUDr.

Monika Pauknerová JUDr.
Charles University in Prague | CUNI · department of business law, faculty of law

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The article analyses the extent to which the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts (UPICC) are used to interpret and supplement Czech contract law. Under Czech legal doctrine the UPICC are part of lex mercatoria and not considered as a generally binding set of legal rules. However, contracting parties are free to make them part...
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The National Report provides a general overview of the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility in the Czech Republic and its reflection in rules pertaining to company law, contract law, tort law and private international law. The core issues cover the applicability of CSR’s rules as part of a governing law and analysis of rules determining juris...
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Czech consumer law is largely influenced by EU law and therefore provides a relatively high level of consumer protection. Recently, we can see significant changes mainly in procedural law, or more precisely the law dealing with enforcement mechanisms for consumer disputes, especially out-of-court enforcement mechanisms. Judicial resolution of consu...
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Czech national report introduces the modern Czech legislation favouring application and treatment of foreign law in Czech courts and non-judicial authorities. Further, the author compares the position of the Hague Conference, European Commission and European Group for Private International Law towards the treatment of foreign law, in particular und...
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This chapter offers a general overview of legislation on mediation in the Czech Republic. The implementation of Directive 2008/52/EC of the European Parliament and Council on the 21st of May 2008 on certain aspects of mediation in civil and commercial matters has triggered interest in the concept of mediation in the Czech Republic that has no long...
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The article attempts to analyse the new Czech Act on Private International Law, its starting points, structure and content, but also to reflect of the future perspectives of national private international law legislation within the European Union. The core question is: does it still make sense to adopt new national private international law legisla...
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Private international law smoothes the edges of civilian law and common law thanks to its specific legislative and technical structure. Conflict-of-law rules are considered to be neutral, and therefore more appropriate for unification, than substantive rules because countries are prepared to surrender their own individual solutions for the sake of...
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The chapter brings a general overview of legislation on private law in the Czech Republic, notably with respect to the Civil Code, Business Corporations Act, Labour Code, and Private International Law Act. Attention is paid not only to the legal history of codification and decodification of private law in the Czech Republic up to the present, but a...
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Mandatory rules and public policy count as important institutions in the field of conflicts of laws. They are closely connected with one other. Their definitions, fixing the requirements for their application, deserve special attention. The paper attempts to identify changes introduced in this connection by the Rome Convention and the recently adop...

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