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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 (91984)

    Secondo anno di Economia e commercio (L-33), Economics and business
    Crediti Formativi Universitari (CFU): 6,00

    Programma:
    This course examines the legal framework governing commercial enterprises and it will develop a comparative overview of italian/european/us corporate law

    Testi:
    For students focusing on Italian Law

    A. DE NICOLA – M. CARONE – ‘ITALIAN BUSINESS LAW’ – (entire text but § 5)

    For students focusing on International Law


    ROBERT W. EMERSON, J.D. - BUSINESS LAW - § 14, 15, 16, 17 and 22

    ALINA KACZOROWSKA – EUROPEAN LAW § 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30

    Valutazione:
    Written (multiple choise test) and oral exam.

  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 1

    Primo anno di Economia e mercati globali (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    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

    FORM OF ASSESSMENT
    VALUE
    Final Exam
    100%

  • Insegnamento Business Law (92136)

    Modulo Business Law part 2

    Primo anno di Economia e mercati globali (LM-56), Global Economy and Business
    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

    FORM OF ASSESSMENT
    VALUE
    Final Exam
    100%

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  • Denominazione insegnamento: 10419 BUSINESS LAW - ECONOMIA, MANAGEMENT E FINANZA D'IMPRESA 10419 BUSINESS LAW - ECONOMIA E DIRITTO D'IMPRESA 10419 BUSINESS LAW - ECONOMIA, IMPRESA E ISTITUZIONI 10419 BUSINESS LAW - GLOBAL ECONOMY AND BUSINESS - ECONOMIA E STRATEGIE D'IMPRESA PER IL MERCATO GLOBALE 10419 BUSINESS LAW - Global economy and business 10419 BUSINESS LAW - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 10419 BUSINESS LAW - Economia 90800 BUSINESS LAW PART I - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 90800 BUSINESS LAW PART I - Global economy and business - Economia e strategie d'impresa per il mercato globale 90800 BUSINESS LAW PART I - MANAGEMENT 90807 BUSINESS LAW - Economics and entrepreneurship - Economia e Imprenditorialità 92136 Business Law - Economia e Imprenditorialità 92136 Business Law - Economia e mercati globali 92136 Business Law - Economia e Imprenditorialita' - (2018/2019)
    Data e ora appello: 11/01/2019, ore 10:00
    Luogo: Aula b.211
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 06/12/2018 al 08/01/2019 (prenota l'appello)
  • Denominazione insegnamento: 91984 Business Law - Economia e commercio - (2018/2019)
    Data e ora appello: 11/01/2019, ore 10:00
    Luogo: b.211
    Tipo prova: prova orale
    Prenotabile: dal 06/12/2018 al 08/01/2019 (prenota l'appello)
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