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Utilization of Electronic Communications in Civil Procedure Focused on Video Conferencing

Authors: Poláková, Eva;

Utilization of Electronic Communications in Civil Procedure Focused on Video Conferencing

Abstract

This diploma thesis focuses on the application of electronic communications in civil proceedings. It describes their development and the current legal regulation. In the case of videoconferencing, it deals in detail with its use and possibilities of its extension. The thesis investigates the views of civil court judges on the use of videoconferencing in civil proceedings. It also compares the legal regulation of videoconferencing in the Czech Republic with selected countries. Finally, the thesis summarises the future direction and steps towards the use of videoconferencing in its expanded form. The aim of the thesis is to evaluate the currently used means of electronic communication. It also aims to identify the potential and risks of the extended use of videoconferencing in civil court proceedings.

Tato diplomová práce se zaměřuje na uplatnění prostředků elektronické komunikace v civilním procesu. Popisuje jejich vývoj a platnou právní úpravu. V případě videokonference se navíc podrobně zabývá jejím užitím a možnostmi jejího rozšíření. Práce zjišťuje náhled soudců civilních soudů na problematiku užití videokonference v civilním řízení. Dále porovnává právní úpravu videokonference v České republice s vybranými státy. Na závěr práce shrnuje budoucí směřování a kroky k užití institutu videokonference v jeho rozšířené podobě. Cílem práce je zhodnotit aktuálně užívané prostředky elektronické komunikace. Dále má za cíl identifikovat potenciál a rizika rozšířeného užití videokonference v občanském soudním řízení.

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data box, prostředky elektronické komunikace, email, civilní proces, videokonference, telefon, formuláře, videoconferencing, civil procedure, telephone, forms, means of electronic communication, epr, electronization, datová schránka, elektronizace

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