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Afferente a: Dipartimento: Economia e Giurisprudenza

Settore Scientifico Disciplinare: IUS/05

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E-Mail: bocci.corrado@gmail.com
Tipo: Dati

  • Insegnamento BUSINESS LAW PART I (90800)

    Secondo anno di ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 (LM-77), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 5,00
  • Insegnamento BUSINESS LAW PART II (90801)

    Secondo anno di ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA - Via Sant'Angelo Campus Folcara 03043 (LM-77), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 5,00
  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 1

    Primo anno di Economia e mercati globali (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 4,00

    Programma:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION


    This course aims at giving students an introduction to legal thinking with a special focus on the most relevant entrepreneurial issues.
    The first part of the course will be dedicated to understanding the basics of contract law principles, (negotiation, closing, performance, discharge, remedies, damages, etc.).
    The second part will be focused on the legal formations through which a business is commonly run (from sole entrepreneur to corporation) and will be dedicated to understand the most suitable ones according to the different types of business and the stage of business development.
    In the last part of the course the students will be required to apply the previous knowledge in the competition environment with particular reference to the EU market and the EU antitrust regulation. Special attention will be given to articles 101 and 102 of TFEU, in order to deepen students understanding of legal relevant concepts like ‘prohibited agreements’, ‘relevant market’, ‘prevention, restriction and distortion of competition’, ‘abuse of dominant position’.

    Testi:
    Required Readings

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    Required texts:

    ROBERT W. EMERSON, J.D. - BUSINESS LAW (2009) - ‘Contracts’ § 4 (nature, classification and formation), § 5 (reality of the contract: did the minds really meet?), § 6 (capacity of the parties and legality of subject matter), § 7 (the statute of fraud; parole evidence; privity). § 8 (discharge; damages and other remedies), § 9 (special problems concerning sales contracts) – ‘Business formations’ § 14 (agency), § 15 (types of business organizations; partnerships), § 16 (corporations; nature, formation, types and power)

    ALINA KACZOROWSKA – EUROPEAN LAW (2013) - § 27 (article 101 TFEU), § 28 (article 102 TFEU)

    Valutazione:
    Forms of Assessment

    The instructor will use differentiated forms of assessment to calculate the final grade you receive for this course. For the record, these are listed and weighted below. The content, criteria and specific requirements for each assessment category will be explained in greater detail in class. Any questions about the requirements should be discussed directly with your faculty well in advance of the due date for each assignment.

    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Mid Term Exam (for attending students only): The midterm is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 multiple-choice questions; a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam: The final exam is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master; the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 (for attending students) or 60 (for non-attending students) multiple-choice questions The final exam will generally include also an oral examination through which the instructor will assess the significance you ascribe to the facts and ideas you have integrated across your study in this course.

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation.

  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 1

    Primo anno di Economia e Imprenditorialità (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 4,00

    Programma:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION


    This course aims at giving students an introduction to legal thinking with a special focus on the most relevant entrepreneurial issues.
    The first part of the course will be dedicated to understanding the basics of contract law principles, (negotiation, closing, performance, discharge, remedies, damages, etc.).
    The second part will be focused on the legal formations through which a business is commonly run (from sole entrepreneur to corporation) and will be dedicated to understand the most suitable ones according to the different types of business and the stage of business development.
    In the last part of the course the students will be required to apply the previous knowledge in the competition environment with particular reference to the EU market and the EU antitrust regulation. Special attention will be given to articles 101 and 102 of TFEU, in order to deepen students understanding of legal relevant concepts like ‘prohibited agreements’, ‘relevant market’, ‘prevention, restriction and distortion of competition’, ‘abuse of dominant position’.

    Testi:
    Required Readings

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    Required texts:

    ROBERT W. EMERSON, J.D. - BUSINESS LAW (2009) - ‘Contracts’ § 4 (nature, classification and formation), § 5 (reality of the contract: did the minds really meet?), § 6 (capacity of the parties and legality of subject matter), § 7 (the statute of fraud; parole evidence; privity). § 8 (discharge; damages and other remedies), § 9 (special problems concerning sales contracts) – ‘Business formations’ § 14 (agency), § 15 (types of business organizations; partnerships), § 16 (corporations; nature, formation, types and power)

    ALINA KACZOROWSKA – EUROPEAN LAW (2013) - § 27 (article 101 TFEU), § 28 (article 102 TFEU)

    Valutazione:
    Forms of Assessment

    The instructor will use differentiated forms of assessment to calculate the final grade you receive for this course. For the record, these are listed and weighted below. The content, criteria and specific requirements for each assessment category will be explained in greater detail in class. Any questions about the requirements should be discussed directly with your faculty well in advance of the due date for each assignment.

    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Mid Term Exam (for attending students only): The midterm is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 multiple-choice questions; a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam: The final exam is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master; the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 (for attending students) or 60 (for non-attending students) multiple-choice questions The final exam will generally include also an oral examination through which the instructor will assess the significance you ascribe to the facts and ideas you have integrated across your study in this course.

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation.

  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 2

    Primo anno di Economia e Imprenditorialità (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 5,00

    Programma:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION


    This course aims at giving students an introduction to legal thinking with a special focus on the most relevant entrepreneurial issues.
    The first part of the course will be dedicated to understanding the basics of contract law principles, (negotiation, closing, performance, discharge, remedies, damages, etc.).
    The second part will be focused on the legal formations through which a business is commonly run (from sole entrepreneur to corporation) and will be dedicated to understand the most suitable ones according to the different types of business and the stage of business development.
    In the last part of the course the students will be required to apply the previous knowledge in the competition environment with particular reference to the EU market and the EU antitrust regulation. Special attention will be given to articles 101 and 102 of TFEU, in order to deepen students understanding of legal relevant concepts like ‘prohibited agreements’, ‘relevant market’, ‘prevention, restriction and distortion of competition’, ‘abuse of dominant position’.

    Testi:
    Required Readings

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    Required texts:

    ROBERT W. EMERSON, J.D. - BUSINESS LAW (2009) - ‘Contracts’ § 4 (nature, classification and formation), § 5 (reality of the contract: did the minds really meet?), § 6 (capacity of the parties and legality of subject matter), § 7 (the statute of fraud; parole evidence; privity). § 8 (discharge; damages and other remedies), § 9 (special problems concerning sales contracts) – ‘Business formations’ § 14 (agency), § 15 (types of business organizations; partnerships), § 16 (corporations; nature, formation, types and power)

    ALINA KACZOROWSKA – EUROPEAN LAW (2013) - § 27 (article 101 TFEU), § 28 (article 102 TFEU)

    Valutazione:
    Forms of Assessment

    The instructor will use differentiated forms of assessment to calculate the final grade you receive for this course. For the record, these are listed and weighted below. The content, criteria and specific requirements for each assessment category will be explained in greater detail in class. Any questions about the requirements should be discussed directly with your faculty well in advance of the due date for each assignment.

    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Mid Term Exam (for attending students only): The midterm is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 multiple-choice questions; a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam: The final exam is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master; the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 (for attending students) or 60 (for non-attending students) multiple-choice questions The final exam will generally include also an oral examination through which the instructor will assess the significance you ascribe to the facts and ideas you have integrated across your study in this course.

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation

  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 2

    Primo anno di Economia e mercati globali (LM-56), Curriculum unico
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 5,00

    Programma:
    COURSE DESCRIPTION


    This course aims at giving students an introduction to legal thinking with a special focus on the most relevant entrepreneurial issues.
    The first part of the course will be dedicated to understanding the basics of contract law principles, (negotiation, closing, performance, discharge, remedies, damages, etc.).
    The second part will be focused on the legal formations through which a business is commonly run (from sole entrepreneur to corporation) and will be dedicated to understand the most suitable ones according to the different types of business and the stage of business development.
    In the last part of the course the students will be required to apply the previous knowledge in the competition environment with particular reference to the EU market and the EU antitrust regulation. Special attention will be given to articles 101 and 102 of TFEU, in order to deepen students understanding of legal relevant concepts like ‘prohibited agreements’, ‘relevant market’, ‘prevention, restriction and distortion of competition’, ‘abuse of dominant position’.

    Testi:
    Required Readings

    Listed below are the required course textbooks and additional readings. These are required materials for the course and you are expected to have constant access to them from the very beginning of the course for reading, highlighting and note-taking. It is required that you have unrestricted access to each. Access to additional sources required for certain class sessions may be provided in paper or electronic format consistent with applicable copyright legislation.

    Required texts:

    ROBERT W. EMERSON, J.D. - BUSINESS LAW (2009) - ‘Contracts’ § 4 (nature, classification and formation), § 5 (reality of the contract: did the minds really meet?), § 6 (capacity of the parties and legality of subject matter), § 7 (the statute of fraud; parole evidence; privity). § 8 (discharge; damages and other remedies), § 9 (special problems concerning sales contracts) – ‘Business formations’ § 14 (agency), § 15 (types of business organizations; partnerships), § 16 (corporations; nature, formation, types and power)

    ALINA KACZOROWSKA – EUROPEAN LAW (2013) - § 27 (article 101 TFEU), § 28 (article 102 TFEU)

    Valutazione:
    Forms of Assessment

    The instructor will use differentiated forms of assessment to calculate the final grade you receive for this course. For the record, these are listed and weighted below. The content, criteria and specific requirements for each assessment category will be explained in greater detail in class. Any questions about the requirements should be discussed directly with your faculty well in advance of the due date for each assignment.

    ASSESSMENT OVERVIEW:

    Mid Term Exam (for attending students only): The midterm is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master and the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 multiple-choice questions; a comprehensive review will be given during class.

    Final Exam: The final exam is designed to establish and communicate to you the progress you are making towards meeting the course learning objectives. Your abilities will be tested in two important areas of competency: the amount of information you master; the accuracy of the information you present.
    Structure: a combination of 30 (for attending students) or 60 (for non-attending students) multiple-choice questions The final exam will generally include also an oral examination through which the instructor will assess the significance you ascribe to the facts and ideas you have integrated across your study in this course.

    Class Participation: This grade will be calculated to reflect your participation in class discussions, your capacity to introduce ideas and thoughts dealing with the texts, your ability use language effectively, and to present your analysis in intellectual, constructive argumentation

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