The Slovak Republic’s tort law has historically been highly dependent on other legal regimes and systems as a result of political circumstances. The customary law of Hungary, Czechoslovakian republican law and communist legal doctrines have all left their marks on Slovakian tort law.
In recent years, however, political independence and accession to the EU has offered Slovakia a unique opportunity to develop its own tort law. You are cordially invited to attend a lecture presented by Mag. Edina Toth
on the development of Slovakian tort law over the past number of years as it has charted a path between self determination and adherence to European standards.
The lecture will take place on Thursday, October 8, 2009, 9:30 s.t. in the premises of the Institute. If you wish to attend please register your interest by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org