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Tomas Dumbrovsky

Tomas Dumbrovsky
Charles University in Prague Faculty of Law

PhD

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This book analyses in a comprehensive manner the phenomenon of 'public interest' in different areas of law, both public and private. The term 'public interest' can be found in a wide range of legislation and it is used extensively in judicial practice and public administration. Yet, it has received surprisingly little attention in academia. As a re...
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Article 7 TEU empowers the Council to suspend certain rights derived from the application of the Treaties. The suspension of voting rights in the Council is one such example. This contribution examines which other rights can be suspended. It uses sanction theories and a textual and contextual analysis of the sanction provision contained in Article...
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This article assesses recent reforms of the appointment procedure for members of the Court of Justice and the General Court. We evaluate the effects of the establishment of the Article 255 TFEU Panel. Next to a discussion on the transparency of the Panel's opinions, the criteria set and the role it plays in reappointments, we present case studies o...
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The paper analyses the impact of Euro Crisis Law -- the legal instruments adopted at European or international level in reaction to the Eurozone crisis -- on the legal and constitutional structures in Slovakia. It shows how politically difficult it was for a small Member State economically below the EU average, where salaries and social entitlement...
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The paper analyses the impact of Euro Crisis Law -- the legal instruments adopted at European or international level in reaction to the Eurozone crisis -- on the legal and constitutional structures in the Czech Republic. It shows that while the Czech Republic has absented from most of the Euro Crisis Law, it has nevertheless chosen or discussed ver...
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In private antitrust suits the defendant-cartelist raises the passing-on defense based on the fact that the plaintiff-direct purchaser passed on the cartel overcharge to his own customers-indirect purchasers, and as a result did not suffer any damage The recourse to the passing-on defense and the question whether only the direct purchaser should ha...
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The article’s objective is to rethink the current understanding of the European constitutional space in light of the Eastern enlargement that brings a different constitutional thoughts and language of the CEE constitutional courts (and scholars) into this space. The current scholarship understands the European constitutionalism as based on co-exist...

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