Issue 2018-04

Issue 2018-04

Issue of Scientific Journal No. 2018-04
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The fourth issue of the sixth volume of the journal SOCIETAS ET IURISPRUDENTIA offers a total of seven separate scientific studies as well as one joint information on two scientific conferences in two different languages – in the English and Slovak languages. Within the section “Studies”, the very first study offers readers a very complex and detailed legal view of the issue of the dispute over fulfilment of the collective agreement obligations which do not result in arising claims to the individual employees according to the legal order of the Slovak Republic. The following study concentrates on a very detailed systematic clarification as well as in-depth analysis of the questions of relation between the European Union law and the international public law. The third study thoroughly analyses, streamlines and exemplarily explains the legal issues relating to the climate refugees and their legal status in the context of international public law and the European Union law. The next study offers readers systematic and thorough qualifying and clarifying of the key questions of the protection of the personality rights in Slovakia. The fifth study presents, streamlines, analyses in detail and clarifies the issues of the recent development in characteristics of the concept of consumer in the legislative conditions of the Slovak Republic. The following study offers an extensive in-depth commentary on the questions of the character of the working activity of convicted persons serving the imprisonment sentence according to the Slovak criminal law and labour law. The final, seventh study deals with a precise analysis and deep clarification of the relation between the European Union and the legal institute of the State. The following section “Information” brings readers a joint report on two scientific conferences recently held at the Faculty of Law of the Trnava University in Trnava, Slovakia, focused on the current issues of the international environmental law.

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