Bitcoin and Blockchain as a challenge for our legal systems


Blockchain topic is quite complicated, and not only in terms of its technical aspect for ordinary people. Increasingly, this technology resonates in the ears of people, especially in relation to its legal and tax regulation and also in relation to the business with cryptocurrencies as such. So what is blockchain and what challenges does it bring to legal systems? And what is Bitcoin, what are the advantages and problems, and what is its nature in Slovak and Czech law?

GDPR - Part 2: Scope of GDPR


Provisions governing the scope, traditionally at the beginning of the wording of a rule, determine the extent of its application to specific legal relations, starting from a number of factors, such as entities affected by the given legislation (personal scope), territoriality (territorial scope), time (temporal scope) and finally material scope, which most affects the relevant legal relations in terms of their material (content) side.

GDPR - Part 1: The most fundamental changes


The new privacy policy adopted by GDPR will apply from May 2018 and will apply to each of the approximately 500 million Europeans and all companies operating in the internal market of the European Union.

Liability of employee for damages


In this contribution the author deals comprehensively with issue of accountability of employee for damages. The article is divided into a general part, part of accountability of employee for damages with the presumption of guilt and the presumption of innocence.

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