Issue 2020-03

Issue 2020-03

Issue of Scientific Journal No. 2020-03
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The third issue of the eighth volume of the journal SOCIETAS ET IURISPRUDENTIA offers a total of six separate scientific studies as well as one review of notable scientific publication written in three different languages – in the English, Czech and Slovak languages. Within the section “Studies”, the very first study brings a very comprehensive and detailed analytical-synthetic view of the extremely current issues of liability of platforms as the contract parties, the intermediaries and the secondary liable subjects, especially in the wider area of the European Union. The following study thoroughly analyses, clarifies and from the point of view of the Polish, German and Slovak criminal laws compares as well as exemplarily explains the questions of liability for an intentional crime as a consequence of a traffic offense. The third study concentrates on a detailed systematic clarification as well as in-depth analysis of the issue of further development of the Roman law in the Eastern Europe in the period since the death of Justinian the Great until the fall of the Byzantine Empire. The next study offers readers an extraordinary detailed and systematic definition as well as well-founded explanation of all the key processes associated with the introduction and the complex legal solution of a completely new and essentially current problem area in (not only) the Czech labour law – of the issues related to the coronavirus pandemics. The fifth study presents, streamlines, analyses in detail and clarifies the questions of discrimination against women in the German electoral laws and the political life itself, specifically in terms of the identifiable unconstitutionality of countervailing measures in the (not only) Thuringian electoral act. The final, sixth study very precisely analyses and deeply explains the fundamental questions of the polysemy of the term of complaint in the legal doctrine, especially from the central point of view of the influence of the Roman law on the canon law. The section “Reviews”, placed at the end of the current issue, offers review of a new unique Bulgarian scientific publication aimed at the area of administrative services.

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