Business Bulletin No. 1/2011

In this first Randls Business Bulletin issue of 2011, we report on news in business and commercial law for the period January 1, 2011 to March 31, 2011. Regarding adopted acts, we draw your attention to the new form for the application for the electronic payment order and amendment to the Civil Code relating to so-called time-sharing. We also focus on the upcoming amendments to the Commercial Code relating to the Commercial Register and liquidation and an amendment proposed in connection with enabling the concurrence of function of a statutory body and employment relationship. Although the aim of the amendment is to allow the concurrence, the current case law considers it impossible. Thus, you can find a decision of the Supreme Administrative Court confirming the impossibility of the concurrence of functions, while the invalidity of the employment relationship now has consequences in the field of health insurance. Furthermore, we report on a new decision of the Office for Protection of Competition relating to so-called Resale Price Maintenance. Last but not least, we examine public tenders, particularly a decision relating to the expected value of a tender. Finally, we give useful tips concerning eJustice.

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