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Vol. 8 No. 2 (2015): issue-2-december-2015

AGGRAVATION OF RISK AND PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES IN NON-LIFE INSURANCE: A TRICKY SCOPE FOR THE INSURER?

Olavi-Jüri Luik, Rainer Ratnik, Magnus Braun

Aggravation of risk and failure to take precautionary measures are focal issues in nonlife insurance in terms of potential partial or full release of t

INTERRELATIONS BETWEEN ENERGY SECURITY ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL COHESION: ANALYSIS OF A LITHUANIAN CASE

Dainius Genys, Ričardas Krikštolaitis

Growing attention to sustainable development in academic discourse fosters discussions on how energy security affects society. In most cases the discus

LEGAL IMPEDIMENTS IN THE EU TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN THE EXAMPLE OF E-RESIDENCY

Tanel Kerikmäe, Sandra Särav

Estonia has created of itself the image of an e-state that is being supported with novel ICT-solutions, the perhaps most renowned of which is e-residen

NEWCOMERS IN POLITICS? THE SUCCESS OF NEW POLITICAL PARTIES IN THE SLOVAK AND CZECH REPUBLIC AFTER 2010?

Viera Žúborová

The last election in the Slovak and Czech Republic was special. It not only took place before the official electoral period (pre-elections), but new po

HUMAN RIGHTS AND CULTURAL IDENTITY

John-Stewart Gordon

Universal human rights and particular cultural identities, which are relativistic by nature, seem to stand in conflict with each other. It is commonly

THE ROLE AND PLACE OF THE PREAMBLE IN LITHUANIAN CONSTITUTIONAL REGULATION

Darijus Beinoravičius, Gediminas Mesonis, Milda Vainiutė

While analysing constitutions of various countries in the legal literature, typically not only the form and the content but also the structure of the c

A STEP FORWARD IN THE HARMONIZATION OF EUROPEAN JURISDICTION: REGULATION BRUSSELS I RECAST

Hamed Alavi, Tatsiana Khamichonak

 

The Brussels regime is a legislative framework that regulates questions of transnational litigation in the European Union. Having been i

COPYRIGHT AND FREE SPEECH: THE HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE

Krisjanis Buss

The relationship between copyright and freedom of expression has long been debated. Unlike the legal discourse in other jurisdictions, most notably the