Thursday, June 18, 2015

New Volume: Czech Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 6, 2015) is out. The theme is "International Transportation." Contents include:
  • Jaroslav Valerievich Antonov, Legal Issues in Electronic Procurement and International Transportation
  • Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Law Applicable to International Carriage: EU Law and International Treaties
  • Jiří Horník, Saving National Airlines?
  • Aleksandra Sergeevna Kasatkina, A Сarrier’s Liability under the Contract for International Air Transportation of Passengers and Luggage: An Analysis of International Treaties and Applicable Domestic Law
  • Libor Klimek, Cross-border Vehicle Crime: The European Union Response
  • Jakub Kociubiński, Air Transport as a Tool for Regional Development in Central and Eastern EU Countries – the Chances and Challenges of the Public Service Obligation
  • Jiří Lojda, The Impact of CMR on Multimodal Transport
  • Filip Plašil & Luboš Kliment, The CMR Convention, Brussels I Regulation and“Empty International Competence”: The Determination of Territorial Jurisdiction of National Courts in Disputes Arising out of the International Carriage of Goods
  • Bohumil Poláček, Resolution of Disputes in the International River and Maritime Transport in Arbitration
  • Tatiana Tereshchenko, International Freight Forwarding Contracts: What to Know When Entering the Contract
  • Daniela Nováčková, The Legal Instruments of EU Fiscal and Monetary Stability
  • Zdeněk Nový, The Role of the UNIDROIT in the Unification of International Commercial Law with a Specific Focus on the Principles of International Commercial Contracts
  • Katarzyna Sękowska-Kozłowska, The Role of Non-governmental Organisations in Individual Communication Procedures before the UN Human Rights Treaty Bodies