2003/5 Medical Law

Guest Editorial by Ondřej Dostál

 

A Slippery Slope,  Wrongful Birth and Wrongful Life by Kateřina Bílá

 

“Who owns my body?” Legal Status of Material of Human Origin under Czech Law by Ondřej Dostál

 

Is Death a Remedy? Medical Futility by Jan Dziama

 

Anonymous Childbirth? by Adéla Frídlová

 

Quickening Doctrine by Petr Gajdušek

 

Lord Denning and Medical Law by Otakar Hájek

 

Medical Records and the Issue of Confidentiality by Irena Homolová

 

Medical Confidentiality,  A Comparison of Some Issues in Czech and English Common Law System by Jakub Machačka

 

“I didn’t kill him! The doctor did!” Causation and the Novus Actus Interveniens in Czech and English Criminal Cases Involving Medical Care. by Tadeáš Petr

 

Intellectual Property Rights and Essential Medicines by Jan Skuhravý

 

Free and Informed Consent v. Excessive Health Costs by Petr Šustek

 

Dobrodružství právníka v českém zdravotnictví aneb od právní praxe k právní teorii by Milan Vašíček

 

The Ideological and Political Background of the Red Dragon’s Party by Veronika Jašková

 

Torts – Personal Injury Cases under the US and the Czech Substantive and Procedural Law by Lenka Mikulcová

 

Electronic Signature in the USA by Bohumír Štědroň

 

Genetically Modified Plants: Beneficial or Dangerous Substances? A Comparative Study of the Legal Environment for Transgenic Plants  by Ondřej Vondráček