Wednesday, January 11, 2017

New Volume: Czech Yearbook of International Law

The latest volume of the Czech Yearbook of International Law (Vol. 7, 2016) is out. The theme is "International Dispute Resolution." Contents include:
  • Jaroslav Valerievich Antonov, Remote and alternative international dispute resolution : electronic mediation and electronic arbitration
  • Filip Balcerzak, The extent of human rights protection for investors in arbitration based on international investment treaties
  • Alexander J. Bělohlávek, Effects of opening (commencement) of insolvency proceedings on pending lawsuits and similar proceedings under Article 15 of Council Regulation (EC) no. 1346/2000 of 29 May 2000 on insolvency proceedings and under Article 18 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) no 2015/848
  • Martin Bulla, The law on international civil service : time for harmonisation?
  • Jan Iosifovich Funk & Inna Vladimirova Pererva, The rights and duties of the parties in arbitration in proceedings with a permanent arbitral institutions : contractual basis of arbitration (special focus on Belarus)
  • Marie Karfíková & Zdeněk Karfík, International cooperation in tax administration in the Czech Republic
  • Aleksandra Sergeevna Kasatkina, Concept, legal nature and law applicable to recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments
  • Karel Klíma, The fair trade doctrine in the case law of the European Court of Human Rights
  • Haflidi Kristjan Larusson, Technology SMEs and international arbitration : towards lesser cost and greater efficiency?
  • Pavla Plachá, Change of the definition of the COMI-issue connected with the revision of Council Regulation (EC) no 1346/2000
  • Robert Porubský & Ondrej Poništiak, The importance of the seat of arbitration in the European context
  • Alexander Sergeev & Tatiana Tereshchenko, The recognition of cross-border insolvencies and bankruptcies
  • Pille Talpsepp, Alternative dispute resolution in post-socialist countries : adequate institutional structure as a prerequisite for successful arbitration in an open market economy
  • Natalia N. Viktorov, The Russian Federation and international investment disputes