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  • Czech Republic

    May a managing director and an authorized clerk with proxy powers jointly represent the company?

    Especially in German-speaking countries, a joint representation of businesses by a member of the management together with an authorized clerk is standard. Does Czech law allow for a similar manner of representation?

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  • Czech Republic

    The new Code of Civil Justice step by step – mandatory legal representation in court

    This is another installment in a series of articles in our newsletter on the proposed changes to civil procedural law. As previously announced, we want to guide you, step by step and sufficiently ahead of time, through these changes. A particular important and fundamental one concerns the issue of mandatory representation in disputes by an attorney.

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  • Slovakia

    eHealth – implementation in CEE and protecting "sensitive" patient data

    Central and Eastern Europe

    Electronic healthcare, or simply eHealth, involves using information and communication technologies (ICT) for healthcare. Implementation of eHealth is progressing in the countries where bnt attorneys are represented, albeit at different paces.

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  • Slovakia

    Bearing the burden of proof

    The Constitutional Court of the Slovak Republic (CC) has relaxed the burden of proof for certain plaintiffs.

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  • Czech Republic

    Protecting employers' interests in labor law?

    It is one of the fundamental principles of labor law that the employee should afford special protection, given that they are the weaker party to the employment relationship. Of course, this fact is reflected in the case law of the labor courts, whose rulings usually favor the employee. Having said that, the recent decision-making practice of the Czech Supreme Court indicates a trend in the opposite direction, and not a few of its decisions actually serve to protect the legitimate interests of employers. In the present article, we present one such decision and show how it make benefit other employers in the future.

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