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Jelena Vidić Trninić, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Jelena Vidi Trnini

Jelena Vidić Trninić, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

 

Born in Šabac in 1974. She graduated from the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Law in 1998. During her studies, she was rewarded by the Government of the Republic of Serbia as one of the best students in Serbia. For outstanding results during the course of her studies, she was the recipient of a scholarship from the Ministry of Education of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

After her bachelor studies she served as law clerk at the Municipal Court in Novi Sad.She was elected as the Teaching Assistant for the course Inheritance Law in 2001, promoted to Assistant in 2005, to Assistant Professor in 2011 and to Associate Professor in 2016.In 2005 she received her LL.M. degree from University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Law with thesis “Forced Inheritance in Domestic and Comparative Law”. In 2010 she defended her doctoral dissertation “The Succession Law Consequences of the Kinship, Marital and Extramarital Relationships” at the University of Belgrade, Faculty of Law.

At the University of Novi Sad, Faculty of Law she teaches courses: Inheritance Law and Family Law of undergraduate studies for both, General legal and Internal affairs studies; at Master studies she teaches elective course Comparative Intestate Inheritance LawandInheritance Law;and at PhD studies she teaches Comparative Intestate Inheritance Law and Inheritance Law – selected topics.

She participated in the several scientific research projects, conferences and seminars.

Area of her academic interest: Inheritance Law, Comparative Inheritance Law.

She is the author of about 50 academic articles.

Languages: English and Russian.

Books:
Stojanović Nataša, Vidić Trninić Jelena, Procedure for Discussing Inheritance in Serbia, The Publication Center at Faculty of Law University of Niš, 2015, ISBN 978-86-7148-205-9, UDK: 347.65/.68:347.919](497.11)

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Sanja Radovanović, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Sanja Radovanovi

Sanja Radovanović, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

 

Born in Goražde (Bosnia and Herzegovina) in 1976. She graduated from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law in 1999. As an outstanding student she received several awards: University Certificate for the best law student in 1996/97 and 1997/98 academic years; Diploma for academic excellence for 1996/97 and 1997/98 academic years, The Matica Srpska Award for the best student of social science (1999), Norwegian Embassy Diploma for “Promising generation” (2000), and the WUS scholarship for perspective young university researcher in 2001/2002. She finished the basic course of law studies as the best student of the Faculty of Law for the 1998/99 academic year. After graduation she clerked at the Commercial Court in Novi Sad. In 2001 she was elected for the assistant for the course Introduction to Civil Law and Property. She received her LL.M. degree form Novi Sad Faculty of Law with thesis “Compensation for material damages in Copyright law”. She stayed at the Max Planck Institute for Intellectual property in Munich from October 2004 until February 2005 and from June 2005 until October 2005. In 2010 at the Belgrade Faculty of Law she defended her doctoral dissertation “Software License Agreement”, which was graded with distinctions. She was elected in 2013 for Assistant Professor and in 2018 for Associate Professor for the course the Law of Obligations.

She participated in several conferences and seminars.

Area of academic interest: general theory of obligations law, contract law, and intellectual property.

Languages: English, German.

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 List of publications:

Books:

1.    Software License Agreement, the University of Belgrade Faculty of Law, Belgrade, 2012, ISBN – 978-86-7630-406-6, М70.
2.    Law of obligations, Bojan Pajtić, Sanja Radovanović, Atila Dudaš, Faculty of Law Novi Sad, Novi Sad 2018, 347.4/.5(075.8), ISBN 978-86-7774-194-5, COBISS.SR-ID 325041159, 643 pages.
3.    The Accessoriness of Contractual Penalty in Serbian Law, Novi Sad 2017, ISBN – 978-86-7774-189-1, 197 pages; М42.


Papers:

4.    „Civil law Protection of Copyright“, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 1-3/1998-1999; pp. 151-163; UDC 347.78, YU ISSN 0550-2179.
5.    „Some Questions Related to Compensation of Damage in Copyright Law“, Legal Life, No. 11/2002, pp. 1071-1083; УДК 34 (497.11) (05), ISSN 0350-0500.
6.    „Triple Damages in our Intellectual Property Law“, Legal Life, No. 11/2003, pp. 829-843; UDC 34 (497.11) (05), ISSN 0350-0500.
7.    „Copyright vs. Right of Ownership“, Legal Life, No. 11/2004, pp. 889-901; UDC 34 (497.11) (05), ISSN 0350-0500.
8.    „Copyrights upon the Author's Death“, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 2/2004; pp. 201-225; UDC 347.78, YU ISSN 0550-2179.
9.    „Introduction to the Multimedia Works“; Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 3/2005; pp. 169-181; UDC 3, YU ISSN 0550-2179.
10.    „Coexistence of Patent and Copyright Protection of Computer Programs in the European Union”; European lawyer; Novi Sad; July 2006, pp. 91-100; UDC 47.77/78:004):061.1EU, ISSN 1452-3620.
11.    “Multimedia Works - Comparison to Existing Works”; Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 2/2006; p. 249-260; UDC 3, 347.78, ISSN 0550-2179.
12.    „Copyright Law of Serbia in European Perspective“; Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 3/2006; pp. 359-374; UDC 347.78 (497.11), YU ISSN 0550-2179.
13.     „Legal protection of multimedia works”; Legal Life, No. 13/2007, pp. 355-365; UDC 34 (497.11) (05), ISSN 0350-0500.
14.    „Conception and Legal Protection of Software“; Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 3/2007, pp. 345-363; UDC 3, 004.4:347.78, ISSN 0550-2179.
15.    „Shrink-Wrap Software Licence Agreements (New Forms of Contracting)“; Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 1-2/2008; pp. 677-695; UDC 3, 347.77:004.4, ISSN 0550-2179.
16.    „Contracting via the Internet (Does the Law go Parallel with the Time?)“, Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 3/2008; pp. 279-293; UDC 3, 347.441.142:004.738.5, ISSN 0550-2179.
17.    „The Role of the Faculty of Law in Subotica in the Legal Life of The Kingdom of Yugoslavia”, Matica Srpska Proceedings for Social Sciences, No. 125/2008; pp. 131-140; UDC 378.4(497.113 Subotica).096:34, YU ISSN 0352-5732.
18.    „Obligation to Warrant the Usage in Software Licence Agreement“, Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 1/2009, pp. 203-219; UDC 3, 004.4:347.77.043, ISSN 0550-2179.
19.     „Open Source Software License Agreement – Definition and Legal Nature”, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 1/2010, pp. 81-95; UDC 3, 347.77.043:004.4, ISSN 0550-2179.
20.    “Open Source License Agreement – Some Aspects”, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 2/2010, pp. 291-302; UDC 3, 347.77.043:004.4, ISSN 0550-2179, (M51)
21.    “The Role of Patent Law in Sustainable Development”; Law and Economy, No. 4-6/2011; pp. 948-963; UDC 347.7, ISSN 0354-3501.
22.    “Technological Measures of Protection in the Copyright System”, Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 1/2011; pp. 399-411; UDC 3, 347.78:004, ISSN 0550-2179.
23.    “Termination of Software Licence Agreement and Legal Consequences”, Law and Economy, No. 7-9/2012; pp. 338 – 356; UDC 347.7, ISSN 0354-3501.
24.    “The Copyright and Patent Law in Knowledge Based Economy”, Legal and Infrastructural Basis for Knowledge-based Economic Developement; Kragujevac, 2012; pp. 289 – 303; UDC: 347.77/.78:330, ISBN 978-86-7623-038-9.

After submitting the documents for election to the title of Assistant Professor:

25.    “Patents and Public Health – Compulsory License for the Export of Pharmaceutical Products”, Law and Economy; No. 4-6/2013; pp. 744 – 762; UDC: 347.7, ISSN 0354-3501.
26.    „Some Questions Relating to Fair Compensation for Reproduction of Protected Works for Personal Non–comercial Use“, Legal and Infrastructural Basis for Knowledge-based Economic Developement, Kragujevac, 2013; pp. 175 – 189; UDC: 347.78.
27.    „Permitted Scope of Reproduction of Computer Programs in the Licence Agreement”, Annals of the Faculty of Law in Belgrade, No. 1/2013; pp. 169-197; UDC: 347.78:004.42.
28.    „Use of the Computer Program in a Cloud Computing“, Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 3/2013; pp. 343-359; 004.4:347.78; doi:10.5937/zrpfns47-4977.
29.    “Could a Copyright be an Object of Lien?”, Law and Economy; No. 7-9/2014; pp. 37-54; UDC 347.7, ISSN 0354-3501.
30.    „Prerequisites for the Existence of a Statutory Duty to Provide Child Support to Adult Children in Regular Education Under Serbian Law“, Bojan Pajtić, Sanja Radovanović, Marko Knežević, Matica Srpska Department of Social Sciences Quarterly, No. 3/2014, pp. 747-759; UDC 347.615-057.875(497.11), DOI: 10.2298/ZMSDNI1448747P.
31.    “Obsolescence of Fees of Collective Society“ Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 4/2014; pp. 265-277; 347.78:347.439, doi: 10.5937/zrpfns48-7510.
32.    “Civil Liability of Internet Intermediaries for Copyright Infringement – A Comparative Law Perspective”, Intellectual Property and Internet (Ed. Dušan Popović) 2015, pp. 83-113; UDC: 347.51:[004.738.5:338.46.
33.    “European Patent with Unitary Effect – Is the Goal Feasible?“, SanjaRadovanović, Atila Dudaš; Тeme, No. 2/2015, pp. 523-542; UDC 334.752, 338:336.13.
34.    “The right of the child to maintenance in comparative family law and case law: models for determining the amount of maintenance”, Gordana Kovaček-Stanić, Sanja Radovanović, Collection of papers – 3rd international scientific  conference– Family Law Days, „Džemal Bijedić“ University in Mostar, No. 3/2015, ISSN 2303-6052, pp. 53-71.
35.    „Certain Issues Relating to Limitations of Copyright on Computer Programs in Information Society“, an invitation-based lecture, excerpted, International Conference on Intellectual Property Law in Honor of Professor Joseph Strauss, November 14, 2015, Belgrade, ISBN 978-86-7630-598-8, pp. 140-142.
36.    „Patent protection of inventions in the field of sustainable technology and biomedicine - protection of public and / or private interest?“, Biomedicine, Enviromental Protection and Law – book of abstracts, Novi Sad, November 23, 2015, pp. 31-32; UDC 347.771:57.089.
37.    “Permitted Decompilation of a Computer Program in Order to Protect the General Interest”; Collected papers Novi Sad Faculty of Law, No. 3/2015; pp. 1247-1263; UDC 347.78:004.4; doi: 10.5937/zrpfns49-9414.
38.    “Human Embryonic Stem Cells and Patent Protection“, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 4/2015; pp. 1831-1843; UDC 57.089:347.771, doi: 10.5937/zrpfns49-9791.
39.    “Theoretical and Practical Problems of the Creation and Application of Intellectual Property Law (EU and Serbia)”, Theoretical and Practical Problems of the Creation and Application of Law (EU and Serbia), Collection of abstracts from a scientific conference, Novi Sad, January 11, 2015, pp. 153-156; UDC 347.77/.78:347.74; ISBN 978-86-7774-163-1.
40.    “Computer Program as a Service in the Information Society“, Law and Economy, No. 7-9/2016; pp. 372-389, UDC 347.7; ISSN 0354-3501.
41.    „Copyright and Facebook, with Special Reference to Serbian Law”, Intelectual Property and Internet (2016), pp. 139-164, ISBN 978-86-7630-635-0, 347.77/.78:004.738.5(082), 004.738.5.072.5(082), COBISS.SR-ID 223521036.
42.    „Certain issues relating to limitations of copyright on computer programs in the information society“, The Current Issues of Intellectual Property Law and Competition Law: a View from the Balkans, Belgrade 2016, 156-180, ISBN 978-86-7630-638-1, COBISS.SR-ID 224565260, 347.77/.78(082), 346.545/.546(082).
43.    “Private and Public Sector Collaboration in Patented Technology of Sustainable Development”, Environmental Protection and Law, book of abstracts from the scientific conference, Novi Sad, November 3, 2016, pp. 59-60, 347.771:502/504; ISBN 978-86-7774-176-1.
44.    „Unilateral Offsetting of an Expired Claim”, Sanja Radovanović, Nikolina Miščević, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 4/2016, pp. 1315-1335; UDC 3, ISSN 0550-2179, eISSN 2406-1255, 347.469:347.131.2; doi:105937/zrpfns50-12763.
45.    “Legal Obligation on Omission as an Object of the Contract in Intellectual Property Law”, Law and Economy, No. 7-9/2017, UDC 347.7; ISSN 0354-3501, pp. 247-263.
46.    „Copyright Aspects of Cross-border Portability”, Intelectual Property and Internet (2017), pp. 113-134, ISBN 978-86-7630-703-6, UDC 347.78:004.738.5.
47.    “Principles of Environmental Protection and their Implementation in Certain Aspects of Social Life”, Bojan Pajtić, Sanja Radovanović, Atila Dudaš, Legal Aspects of Biomedicine and Environmental Protection, Novi Sad 2017, ISBN 978-86-7774-181-5, 502/504:061.1EU(497.11).

After submitting the documents for election to the title of Associate Professor:

48.    “On the Realization of the Contractual Penalty Agreement Concluded in the Form of a Notarial Record”, Sanja Radovanović, Nikolina Miščević, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No. 4/2017, 347.447.8:347.961, doi:10.5937/zrpfns51-16536, ISSN: 0550-2179, pp. 1607-1627.
49.    „Open Science and Copyright Law, with Special Reference to the Proposal of the Directive on the Copyright in the Digital Single Market“, Intelectual property and internet 2018, (ed. prof. dr Dušan V. Popović), ISBN: 978-86-7630-764-7; UDC: 347.77/.78:004.738.5, 21-36.
50.    „On the Possibility of Concluding of the Contractual Penalty Agreement in the Form of a Notarial Record and its Realisation“, Sanja Radovanović, Nikolina Miščević, Legal Tradition and New Legal Challenges, Book of abstracts from the scientific conference, Novi Sad, February 12, 2018; ISBN 978-86-7774-193-8, 347.447.8:347.961, pp. 47-49.
51.    “The Right to Health in the Context of Patent Protection of the Pharmaceutical Products”, Bojan Pajtić, Sanja Radovanović, Atila Dudaš, Collection of Papers Faculty of Law University in Priština, temporarily settled in Kosovska Mitrovica, 2018, ISSN 0354-6543, COBISS.SR-ID 112451847, 347.77:615, pp. 26-48.
52.    “On the Electronic Form of Contracts in Domestic Law”, Sanja Radovanović, Nikolina Miščević, Collected papers Faculty of Law Novi Sad, No.  ISSN 0550-2179, COBISS.SR-ID 16397826, 347.440.4:004(497.11), doi:10.5937/zrpfns52-20325, 1641-1663.
53.    “Some questions relating to the subjective responsibility for the compensation of damages presented by the copyright of copyright on the internet”, Law and Economy, No. 7-9/2019, UDC 347.7, ISSN 0354-3501, pp. 43-62.
54.    “Attribution of Authorship in a Digital Environment – a Review of the Use of a Work under the Common Creative Licence”, Challenges to Intellectual Property Rights in the 21st Century, Kragujevac 2019, pp. 169-183.

Atila Dudaš, Ph.D., Associate Professor

Atila Duda

Atila Dudaš, Ph.D., Associate Professor

 

He graduated from the Faculty of Law at the University of Novi Sad in 2002.

He received his LL.M. diploma by defending an elaborate thesis under the title: „Analysis of the Serbian Law on Financial Leasing in the Light of the U.C.C. Article 9” at the Central European University - CEU at Budapest. He received a Ph.D. degree at the Faculty of Law of the University of Novi Sad in 2012 by defending doctoral thesis titled Kauza obligacionih ugovora (Cause of contract).

His university carrier began in 2006 when he was elected to the position of teaching assistant at the Department of Civil Law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Novi Sad. He was elected to the position of assistant professor in 2014 and of associate professor in 2019.

He teaches Law of Obligations on undergraduate studies, Secured Transactions Law on graduate studies and Private Law in the European Union and Law of Obligations – material and non-material damage on Ph.D. studies.

He participated in several international scientific meetings in the country and abroad.
Area of his academic interest: general theory of the contract law, liability for conducting negotiations in bad faith, collaterals, liability for damage, etc.

He wrote more than 70 articles, conference papers and other scholarly writings.

He is fluent in English and has a good knowledge of German.

Professional training and international study trips:
•    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, state of Illinois, USA (2001);
•    Hoeskoelen Oestersohn, Aabenraa, Denmark (2002);
•    TMC Asser Instituut, Hague, Holland (2003);
•    Faculty of Law of the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary (1998, 1999, 2000, 2006, 2007, 20008, 20009, 2010, 2011, 2012).
•    Faculty of Law of the University in Pécs, Hungary (2016, 2018).
•    Faculty of Law of the University in Salzburg, Austria (2017)
•    Faculty of Law of the University of Heidelberg, Germany (2017)

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Marko Knežević Ph.D., Assistant Professor

Marko Kneevi
Marko Knežević Ph.D., Assistant Professor
 

Born in Novi Sad in 1984, where he has accomplished grammar school and high school. He enrolled Law Faculty, University of Novi Sad in 2002, where he graduated in June 2006.
In 2008he obtained Magister of Laws degree from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad. In 2015he acquired Ph.D. degree from the Novi Sad Faculty of Law.

In December 2006, he was admitted at the Faculty as assistant for Civil Procedural Law. In 2018 he was elected to the position of assistant professor. He teaches courses in Civil Procedure Law and Arbitration Law at undergraduate level, Civil Enforcement Law at master level, as well as Civil Procedure Law at Ph.D. level.

Prof. Knežević has passed state judicial exam in 2009 summa qum laude. He was arbitrator in one arbitration proceeding; in two other he was acting as legal expert.

In 2010 he obtained scolarship from Max Planc Institute for Foreign and International Private Law in Hamburg for academic research (two months).

Area of academic interest: Civil Procedural Law, especially Principles of Civil Procedure: relation between procedural and substantional civil law: Arbitration Law.

Languages: English and German

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Sandra Samardžić, Assistant

Sandra Samardi

Sandra Samardžić, Assistant

 

Born in 1984 in Novi Sad. She graduated from the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in 2008. The same year, she was appointed Teaching Assistant in Family Law. In 2010, she defended her master's thesis "Subjects of the In Vitro Fertilization Procedure in Comparative Law and Their Legal Position", whereupon, she was appointed Assistant. She defended her PhD thesis on "Children's Rights in the Field Of Medically Assisted Reproduction" at the Faculty of Law in Novi Sad in 2018.

She teaches Family Law, practical classes, at the Faculty of Law, and Civil Law Aspects of Biomedically Assisted Conception at the Faculty of Sciences, as part of the MSc program in Reproductive Biology.

She has participated in many international and national scientific conferences, such as:
XI International Symposium “Family and Technology: Challenges and Opportunities” organized by the International Academy for the Study of the Jurisprudence of the Family, Maribor, 2019; "Bioethics and Human Rights: Recent ECtHR Case Law", organized by the Academy of European Law, Strasbourg, 2018; World Conference on Family Law entitled Family Law and Family Realities, organized by the International Society of Family Law, Amsterdam, 2017; “Recent case law of the European Court of Human Rights in Family Law Matters”, organized by the Academy of European Law, Strasbourg, 2016; "Family Law in Europe: New Developments, Challenges and Opportunities" organized by the European Commission for Family Law, Bonn, 2013.
She participated in an intensive summer German language course on "Communication in a University Context - Oral Presentation" (Sommer-intensivsprachkurs: Kommunikation im universitären Kontext - mündlich präsentieren) organized by the Faculty of Law, University of Potsdam, Germany, 2017.

She won a scholarship awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Republic of Serbia to the best senior students at the state faculties for outstanding results during their studies (2006). In 2008, she received the Best Students Award of the University of Novi Sad, which is awarded to the top undergraduates for their exceptional success achieved in their studies during the 2007/2008 academic year.
She is also the winner of the Young Researchers Scholarship given by the Scholarship Committee with the International Society of Family Law for participating in a World Conference “Family Law and Family Realities”, 2017.

Area of interest: family law, comparative family law, legal aspects of medically assisted reproduction.

She speaks English and German

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