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In the journal Nederlands Internationaal Privaatrecht (NIPR) issued by the T. M. Asser Institute (Centre for International & European Law) has been in the No 4/2020 published the article by professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek „Determining the law governing obligations in arbitration and the applicability of the Rome I Regulation“

Factors specific to arbitration, and particularly the fact that the place (seat) of arbitration is often chosen as a neutral venue with no links to the domicile of the parties or to the subject of the dispute, also influence the…
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In its June´ issue the periodical Bulletin advokacie (Bulletin of Advocacy) by the Czech Bar Association has been published an article of professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek „Contents and execution of the right to legal advice in the context of the lawyer´s duties and restrictions from national and international perspective“.

Just a short time ago in the pat, the automatic answer, even of young bar associates, to a question after a fundamental and insurmountable duty of a lawyer would be a reference to confidentiality. The current period encourages reflection on…
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In its Mai´ & June´ issues the periodical Soukromé právo (Private Law) by Wolters Kluwer has been published an article (Part I & Part II) of professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek „Extent, Purpose & Nature Of The Special Provisions On Service Of Documents In The Act On Arbitration“.

The special provisions on service of documents contained in Section 19a of the Czech Act No. 216/1994 Coll., on arbitration and on the enforcement of arbitral awards with effect from 1 January 2014 raising considerable doubts and ambiguities. Nor can…
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In its June´ issue the periodical Obchodní právo (Commercial Law) by Wolters Kluwer has been published an article of professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek „Companies´ Management And Extent Of Ingerence Into Competence Of Their Statutory Bodies“.

As for ingerence in matters of management of companies, especially from shareholders, the Czech law shows a rigorous and at most strict approach preventing such influences. These is an expression of maximum separation of the companies´assets from those of their…
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Topics for the 2022 and 2023 editions (XIIth and XIIIth editions) of the renowned CYArb® – Czech (& Central European) Yearbook of Arbitration®, edited for more than eleven years by professor Bělohlávek.

Professor Alexander Bělohlávek, managing partner of our law firm, has been the editor in-chief of the renowned CYArb® – Czech (& Central European) Yearbook of Arbitration® for more than eleven years, together with his co-editor, professor Dr. iur. Naděžda Rozehnalová, CSc.…
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Topics for the 2022 and 2023 editions (XIIIth and XIVth editions) of the renowned CYIL – Czech Yearbook of International Law®, edited for more than twelve years by professor Bělohlávek.

Professor Alexander Bělohlávek, managing partner of our law firm, has been the editor in-chief of the renowned CYIL – The Czech Yearbook of International Law® for more than 12 years, together with his co-editor, professor Dr. iur. Naděžda Rozehnalová, CSc. from…
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The University of Economics in Prague (VŠE) issued a publication „Law in Business of Selected Member States of the European Union” containing also contribution by professor Bělohlávek on the “Conflict Between WTO Legal Acts and EU law in Case Law of the Court of Justice of the EU, With Focus on GATT and TRIPS Agreements“ (contribution in English).

As far back as 1972, the European Court of Justice postulated that the provisions of the GATT could not be ascribed the same direct effect as secondary law. The Court determined that, under Community law, WTO rules have no direct…
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In its April´ issue the periodical Obchodní právo (Commercial Law) by Wolters Kluwer has been published an article of professor Alexander J. Bělohlávek „Limits on facts review in relation to the registrary proceedings (company register)“.

Interpretation of the registration principle in the registrary proceedings (company registers)  may cause violation of fundamental rights of persons who are not given the full opportunity to claim their rights directly in those proceedings. An example is the restriction of…
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On 1 April 2021 has been issued an article of professor Bělohlávek on „Partial Invalidity of Legal Acts in Czech Law“ in the periodical „Právník“ („The Lawyer“) published by the Institute of State and Law of the Czech Academy of Science.

On 1 April 2021 has been issued an article of professor Bělohlávek on „Partial Invalidity of Legal Acts in Czech Law“ in the periodical „Právník“ („The Lawyer“) published by the Institute of State and Law of the Czech Academy of…
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