TÜBA COVID–19 Global Outbreak Report on Judicial Changes and Interactions has been Published
This report has been published in Turkish in June. Determination of the Legal Problems due to COVID–19 Outbreak and Solution Proposals at National and International Level is the topic of this report and prepared by benefitting from the open sources evaluating the national and international developments during the COVID–19 Pandemic.
Prof. Dr. İzzet Özgenç (TÜBA Principal Member and Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University, Faculty of Law Faculty Member), Prof. Dr. Halil Akkanat (Rector of the Turkish-German University), Prof. Dr. Hayrettin Caglar (Ankara Hacı Bayram Veli University, Faculty of Law), Prof. Dr. Haluk Hadi Sumer (Selcuk University, Faculty of Law) and Prof. Dr. Muhammet Özekes (Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Law) took place in the editorial board of the report. The Copy Editors of the report for the English version are Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ferna İpekel Kayalı (Istanbul Medeniyet University, Faculty of Law) and Asst. Prof. Dr. Murat Tumay (Istanbul Medeniyet University, Faculty of Law). In addition, around 100 academicians from law faculties of Universities of Turkey contributed to the report. Contributing institutions and academics are given at the end of the report.
In the first part of the report, The Problems Caused or to be Caused by COVID-19 Outbreak in the Fields of Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Penal Law, Tax Law, and International Law and the Solution Proposed for Such Problems is taken place.
In the second part, The Evaluation of the Legal Problems Caused by COVID–19 Outbreak in the Fields of Civil Law and Code of Obligations is discussed.
In the third part, Effects of COVID–19 Outbreak on Commercial Law is reviewed in terms of Occurring Problems just after COVID-19 Pandemic.
In the fourth part, The Problems and Proposed Solutions for the Problems Caused by COVID–19 Global Outbreak with Respect to Labor and Social Security Law are taken place.
In the fifth part, The Problems and Proposed Solutions for the Problems Caused by COVID–19 Global Outbreak concerning Civil Procedure and Enforcement and Bankruptcy Law are discussed.