Although the Regulation Brussels IIa is a considerable tool for judicial cooperation in family law, the envisaged uniformity is still not realized and is far from consistent all over Europe.
This projects aims at exploring and analyzing pre-trial detention practice, especially different ways of reducing the use of pre-trial detention in seven European jurisdictions (Austria, Germany, Romania, Belgium, Lithuania, Ireland and the Netherlands).
The Project aims at conducting of comprehensive study which firstly would represent the illegal trade of excise goods (ITEG) as social phenomena and secondly on the basis of the latter would evaluate effectiveness, proportionality and coherence of the ITEG control system.
In transition countries administrative justice is given a special attention for two reasons – administrative disputes quality assurance is an important indicator for human rights also it is indicator of economic stability and economic development. From both economic and political point of…