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AUC IURIDICA, Vol 65 No 1 (2019), 121–129

Vybraná specifika pracovněprávních sporů v zahraničním srovnání

[Selected specifics of labour law disputes in international comparation]

Patrik Stonjek

published online: 22. 03. 2019


In the submitted text, the author attempts to present some chosen specifics of labour law disputes with a view to differences in court procedure. The author focuses more detailed on composition of labour courts/senates by lay judges and on their role by decision-making of labour law disputes and on financial demands of litigation of labour law disputes before courts.

keywords: labour law disputes; court procedure; lay judges; court costs

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