About the Czech Arbitration Court
The Czech Arbitration Court is a Not For Profit organisation based in Prague and attached to the Czech Chamber of Commerce and Czech Agrarian Chamber. Established in 1949, CAC’s services include mainly the resolution of domestic and international commercial disputes. The CAC is one of the oldest arbitration centres in Europe and has one of the largest case loads in Central Europe (in 2020 it was 516 domestic and 61 international disputes).
In 2005, CAC was selected as the .eu ADR Provider by EURid and the European Commission. CAC administers .eu ADR proceedings under the ADR.eu brand in all 24 official EU languages using a secured 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. (now out of six providers in total).
CAC also administers disputes regarding Czech ccTLD .CZ via separate online platform:
The Board of the Czech Arbitration Court:
- Juraj Szabó
- Petr Hostaš
- Radek Pokorný
- Alexandr Mareš
- František Honsa
- Martin Aschenbrenner
- Petr Bříza
- Pavel Hrášek
- Ján Lučan
- Jan Ptáček
- Martin Svatoš
Supervisors for the ADR.EU:
- Petr Hostaš, Vice-president of the Board
- Lenka Náhlovská, Secretary and Head of Domain Name Disputes
The operation of the Czech Arbitration Court is organized by its Secretary, Lenka Náhlovská.
- Olga Dvořáková
- Iveta Špiclová