ELTE Law Journal

ELTE Law Journal 2021/2

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All Roads Lead to the Hague? The COVID-19 Pandemic and the No-harm Rule**

  Gábor Bazsó* All Roads Lead to the Hague? The COVID-19 Pandemic and the No-harm Rule** DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.7 Abstract In this article, the author analyses the no-harm rule under customary international law in order to determine how the rule could be applied in the prevention of transboundary harm caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, as well […]

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Police Brutality and Human Rights Violations in the COVID-19 Era through the Lens of Selected African Countries

  Irekpitan Okukpon* – Osatohanmwen Anastasia Eruaga** Police Brutality and Human Rights Violations in the COVID-19 Era through the Lens of Selected African Countries DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.23 Abstract  Global responses to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic since its discovery in Wuhan, China, in December 2019 have been geared towards containing the virus through the adoption of measures […]

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The Response to the Impact of the COVID-19  Pandemic on Contracts for the Carriage of Passengers by Air and Package Travel in the German and Italian Law Systems

  Ennio Piovesani* The Response to the Impact of the COVID-19  Pandemic on Contracts for the Carriage of Passengers by Air and Package Travel in the German and Italian Law Systems DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.49 Abstract  This article investigates the response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on contracts for the carriage of passengers by air […]

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Justifiable Defence: A Comparison of Polish and Hungarian Solutions with an Outlook on the COVID-19 Pandemic

  Konrad Burdziak* – István Ambrus** Justifiable Defence: A Comparison of Polish and Hungarian Solutions with an Outlook on the COVID-19 Pandemic DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.69 Abstract The main question which this article seeks to answer is what justifies justifiable defence in substantive criminal law; what is the main reason for the existence of this exclusion of […]

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Special Models of Internet and Content Regulation in China and Russia

  Gergely Gosztonyi• Special Models of Internet and Content Regulation in China and Russia DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.87 Abstract  According to the so-called ‘cyber sovereignty’, every country has the right to choose how to develop and regulate the Internet. The Golden Shield system, operated by the People’s Republic of China is surrounded by a complex and ever-changing […]

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The Role of Digitisation in Employment and Its New Challenges for Labour Law Regulation – The Hungarian, Italian and Spanish Solutions, Comparison, and Criticism*****

  István Horváth* – Daniel Pérez del Prado** – Zoltán Petrovics*** – Andrea Sitzia****   The Role of Digitisation in Employment and Its New Challenges for Labour Law Regulation The Hungarian, Italian and Spanish Solutions, Comparison, and Criticism***** DOI: 10.54148/ELTELJ.2021.2.101 Abstract  The study comprehensively presents the main effects of digitisation. Due to its complexity, digitisation […]

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