Monday, October 11, 2010

New Volume: Czech Yearbook of International Law

The inaugural volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 1, 2010) is out. The theme is "Second Decade Ahead: Tracing the Global Crisis." Contents include:
  • Naděžda Rozehnalová & Jiří Valdhans, A Few Observations on Choice of Law
  • Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Law Applicable to the Merits of International Arbitration and Current Developments in European Private International Law: Conflict-of-laws Rules and the Applicability of the Rome Convention, Rome I Regulation and Other EU Law Standards in International Arbitration
  • Marcin Czepelak, The Law Applicable to the Contract of Carriage under the Rome I Regulation
  • Helena Barancová, Problems of Slovak Labour Law in Relation to Community Law Requirements
  • Monika Pauknerová, Overriding Mandatory Rules and Czech Law
  • Jan Brodec, Surmounting the Wall of Legal Entity and Some Aspects of International Private Law in International Insolvency Proceedings
  • Petr Dobiás, Principles of European Insurance Contract Law in Comparison with Czech Law on Insurance Contracts
  • Karel Klíma, European Constitutional Law - Anticipated Model or Reality
  • Petr Mlsna, International Treaties in European Law: Dualism versus Monism
  • Jan Kněžínek, State Responsibility for Ensuring the Availability of International Treaties at the National Level
  • Michal Tomásek, Human Rights as Means of Europeanization of Criminal Law
  • Jaroslav Fenyk, European Public Prosecutor - A Step towards Mutual Recognition, or Establishment of European Criminal Justice?
  • Oskar Krejčí, Geopolitics and International Law
  • Matthias Scherer, Economic or Financial Crises as a Defence in Commercial and Investment Arbitration