Tag: Czech Republic

  • Case of the Day: Prumyslovy v. Kozeny

    Case of the Day: Prumyslovy v. Kozeny

    The case of the day is Harvardsky Prumyslovy Holding, A.S. v. Kozeny (N.Y. App. Div. 2018). I like the terse style of New York appellate division decisions, but it makes the facts hard to decipher. Prumyslovy had a Czech judgment against Kozeny, and Kozeny moved the dismiss when Prumyslovy sought recognition and enforcement. The court […]

  • Case of the Day: Calista Enterprises v. Tenza Trading

    The case of the day is Calista Enterprises, Ltd. v. Tenza Trading, Ltd. (D. Or. 2014). Calista, a Seychelles company, sued Tenza Trading, a Cyprus company, and Tenza brought a counterclaim against Calista and Alexander Zhukov, who it alleged was Calista’s alter ego. Zhukov resided in the Czech Republic, but he had an address in […]

  • Case of the Day: Diag Human v. Czech Ministry of Health

    The case of the day is Diag Human S.E. v. Czech Republic Ministry of Health (D.D.C. 2014). Diag Human was a Liechtenstein corporation. Its business, in the late twentieth century, was helping “currency-deficient Eastern Bloc states … acquire modern blood plasma technology.” After the fall of the Berlin Wall, Diag Human began to do business […]

  • Case of the Day: Harvardsky Prumyslovy Holding v. Kozeny

    The case of the day is Harvardsky Prumyslovy Holding A.S. v. Kozeny (N.Y. App. Div. 2014). In the 1990s, when Czech state-owned enterprises were being privatized, citizens were given vouchers to purchase shares in some of the firms. The vouchers could also be assigned to investment privatization funds, which would invest them on the citizen-assignor’s […]

  • Case of the Day: St. Philip Catholic Church v. Kubicek

    The case of the day is St. Philip Catholic Church v. Kubicek (Cal. Ct. App. 2014). Josef Kubicek borrowed 19 million Czech crowns from three parishioners of St. Philip’s church in 1992, promising to repay them by 1995. When he defaulted, the Church, which had guaranteed the loans, repaid the parishioners and then sued Kubicek […]