ISSN / EISSN : 13921274 / 13921274
Current Publisher: Vilnius University Press (10.15388)
Total articles ≅ 696
Latest articles in this journal
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 19-41; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.2
The article examines the character, similarities and differences of the image (or its separate aspects) of correctional agencies and employees perceived by the employees of correctional agencies (n = 342), convicts (n = 361) and the general public representing different age groups (n = 1023), as well as the relations among the image of correctional agencies and employees, experience accumulated by participants, and sociodemographic characteristics.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 86-104; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.6
This article examines the possibilities to recognise the compensation of the child’s maintenance cost in the wrongful birth cases. Both the foreign legal doctrine and case-law of foreign countries reveal different approaches to the possibility to allow such compensation. In such a context, taking into account the legal regulation, the perspectives of solution of this question in Lithuania are analysed.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 55-69; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.4
The paper examines the application of Artificial Intelligence systems in the judicial environments. It provides an outline of a typology of different algorithms applicable in judicial environments depending on judicial decision-making stage. This is a positive analysis which aims at identifying relevant algorithms in every judicial decision-making stage, be it assessing the facts, indicating the applicable law or deciding.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 122-133; doi:10.15388/teise.2019.115.8
The main aim of this paper is to present the specificity of functioning of the Polish Constitutional Tribunal, the characteristics of one type of its judgments, i.e. verdicts with a “deferral clause” and preparation of the de lege lata and de lege ferenda postulates. Problems analyzed in this work remain valid in both jurisprudence and legal doctrine.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 154-162; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.11
This article is about the legal regulation of property relations between unmarried cohabitants in national legislation and the attempts to govern the said issues on the international level. The paper classifies states into groups based on their legal approach to unmarried cohabitation with examples from domestic legislation and court practice. The paper highlights the problem of absence of international conventions and national conflict of law rules on the matter and offers solutions to these issues.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 8-18; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.1
The article briefly overviews some features of Advocates General of the Court of Justice of the European Union as well as the influence of their opinions on the case law of the Court. The research is based on the doctrine as well as on the case law. The latter spotlights inter alia the links between the opinions of Advocates General and the judgments of the Court both when propositions of Advocates General are followed and when they are not.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 42-54; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.3
The article examines to what extent and how the protection of socio-economic rights can be and is actually effected under the ECHR. This is done taking into account the fact that the protection of such rights is not a major objective of the ECHR but, in view of the indivisibility of human rights, the realisation of some socio-economic rights is necessary for the realisation of the ECHR rights.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 134-146; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.9
The article investigates the European and Indigenous mediation and its different circumstances. Mediation is one of a variety of procedures to solve a conflict; it is based on the voluntary participation of the parties and it is a procedure, in which an intermediary without adjudicatory powers (the mediator) systematically facilitates communication between the parties with the aim of enabling the parties themselves to take responsibility for resolving their dispute.
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 70-85; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.5
The present article analyses the concept of a parent and a subsidiary company as defined in Article 5 of the Law on Companies of the Republic of Lithuania. The article also examines the relationship between companies, the concept of control, evaluates concept of parent company and subsidiary in the context of European Model Company Act (EMCA).
Teisė, Volume 115, pp 105-121; doi:10.15388/teise.2020.115.7
This article analyses one element of corpus delicti of misappropriation of authorship, criminalised in Lithuanian Criminal Code Article 191 – the object (or the protected good) of a crime. The quality of Lithuanian national regulation and the scope of object of misappropriation of authorship, which affects the qualification of the crime, is evaluated by comparing it with other European Union countries’ criminal legal regulation of intellectual property.