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Help to arbitration process: Prague Rules signed

On behalf of the International Arbitration Court of the Czech Commodity Exchange, Štěpán Holub signed on December 14th  The Prague Rules. The purpose of The Prague Rules is to help arbitral tribunals to increase their effectiveness when ...

Duty to register beneficiary owners by the 1st January 2019

By the end of the year, legal entities have the duty to enter their beneficiary owners in the newly established Data Register of Beneficiary Owners. The duty applies to all regular limited and joint stock companies having their owners entered in the Commercial...

According to the Constitution Court, both large and small employers should have the possibility to influence the management of health insurance companies

On 11 September 2018, the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic ruled on abolishing a part of Section 10(3) and (5) of the Act on Employee Health Insurance Companies. A group of 19 senators was successfully represented by attorney Štěpán ...

According to the court, abolition of two-way cycle streets and introduction of “blue zones” in Karlín violated the law

The anticipated decision of the Prague Municipal Court stipulated that the general measure that introduced the first stage of paid parking (blue zones) in Karlín while abolishing Karlín’s two-way cycle streets was issued in violation of the...

Holubová advokáti to speak on the topic of GDPR News at the conference Vice Principals – Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

A conference about what school vice principals have to contend with will take place on 9 October 2018. The organiser of this event is the publishing house Wolters Kluwer, specifically the editors of the magazine Řízení školy (School ...

Web session: Impacts of the Tourism Act amendment of 1 July 2018 New options or new restrictions?

Conditions for the facilitating and sale of travel services or combinations of such services have significantly changed from 1 July. Combinations of services previously defined as a “package” does not need to be necessarily covered by this ...