About the Czech Arbitration Court
The Czech Arbitration Court is a Not For Profit organisation based in Prague and attached to the Economic Chamber of the Czech Republic and Agricultural Chamber of the Czech Republic. Established in 1949, CAC’s services include the resolution of domestic and international commercial disputes related to IP and technology matters. In 2011, CAC administered over 3,000 arbitration proceedings.
In 2005, CAC was selected as the .eu ADR Provider by EURid and the European Commission. Since the initiation of the first .eu ADR proceeding in March 2006, close to 1,000 proceedings have been brought before the Court, and more than 900 decisions have been issued and published. CAC administers .eu ADR proceedings under the ADR.eu brand in 21 of the 23 official EU languages (the exception being Gaelic and Maltese) using an innovative and unique on-line platform.
In January 2008 ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & Numbers, approved the CAC to be the fourth international provider of UDRP services.
As of 6 May 2009 the Czech Arbitration Court operates as a .co.nl domain name dispute resolution provider appointed by EuroDNS S.A., the CO.NL Operator.
The Board of the Czech Arbitration Court:
- Zdenek Somr
- Alena Banyaiova
- Bohuslav Pavlik
- Radek Pokorny
- Jan Ptacek
- Miroslav Belina
- Frantisek Honsa
- Petr Hostas
- Petr Kuzel
- Karel Marek
- Alexandr Mares
- Ondrej Novak
- Jan Veleba
- Supervisor for the ADR.EU:
- Petr Hostas, Member of the Board
The operation of the Czech Arbitration Court is organized by its SECRETARY GENERAL, Marie Moravcova.
- Head Case Administrator:
- Lada Válková