New Issue 4/2022 was launched
Issue 4/2022 has been published!
We are happy to announce the issue 4/2022 has been published!
In this issue, we collected articles and notes related to legal developments in Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, Slovakia. We would like to thank all our authors, reviewers, editors and all, who helped us!
Enjoy reading and we welcome you to comment and review!
This article focuses on the examination of whether reopening a case following an adversarial ECtHR judgment is available as a remedy in the national legal systems throughout Europe. The method is comparative analysis without claiming to be exhaustive. Where analysed data made it possible, certain generalisations were made.
The article deals with the issue of strengthening the control functions of the investigating judge when authorising home confinement as a preventive measure. In particular, the authors analyse the draft Law ‘On amendments and Additions to Some Legislative Acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan on optimisation of criminal legislation with simultaneous correction of the Criminal Procedure and Penal Enforcement Codes’ and offer their vision of further development of the norms of criminal procedure legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan on judicial control.
An effective deposit insurance system is commonly considered the strongest instrument for increasing confidence in banking systems, as well as for encouraging private investments in banking services. In developing relevant legislation and institutions in line with EU standards, Ukraine will ensure that its deposit guarantee system can be integrated with that of the EU. In light of the relevant legislation, we examine the EU’s deposit guarantee system in general and with regard to its particular characteristics, namely: insured entity, compensation amount, legal terminology, and financing.
This paper aims to clarify the relationship of natural rights with the positive law, commonalities, and dividing points, as well as some different variations of natural law.
This article explores the response of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia to major European initiatives in the field of mediation. Accordingly, the paper examines EU attempts to foster mediation and introduces the process and the outcome of the implementation of the Mediation Directive (as the main legal instrument of setting the unified standards for mediation in the EU) in the aforementioned Baltic States.
The advocacy of competition is a modern civilisational mechanism of cooperation, which balances private and public interests in economic activity and realises the functions of state management and control of economic activity, ensuring reasonable distribution of public goods. Competition is a fundamental driving force that determines the course of economic processes and contributes to the growth of economic prosperity and innovation in society. Its provision, protection, and development are among the main priorities of state economic policy in general and competition policy in particular. The purpose of this article is a comparative legal analysis of the advocacy of competition in different countries. This study will also identify the peculiarities of the use of advocacy tools in these places.
The date of the Special Issue 2022 related to the war in Ukraine launching is 15 of December 2022.
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