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Právo rozhodné pre medzinárodnú licenčnú zmluvu – medzery a limity aplikácie Nariadenia Rím I

Title in English Law Applicable on International Licence Agreements-gaps and Limits of Application of Rome I Regulation


Year of publication 2016
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Časopis pro právní vědu a praxi
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Law

Web Open access časopisu
Field Law sciences
Keywords Licence Agreement; Intellectual Property; Rome I Regulation; Czech PILA; Qualification; Lex Loci Protectionis; Unilateral Legal Act
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Description The importance of  the international licence agreements is undisputable. However, there still doesn´t exist the special conflict of  laws rule for them. Thus, the Rome I Regulation is used also for the purpose of  determining applicable law in the disputes evolved from licence agreements within EU. All analyses stop on examination of  regulation but this contribution aims to go further. The author examines the limits of  its application and finds the situations, when would be (if ever) Czech Private International Act or bilateral convention applicable. The most important part of  examination is the understatement of  the qualification. Qualification determines the contractual or non-contractual core of  the dispute, the connection of  the aspects of  dispute and in the end would help to find the relevant legal source
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