The course aims to offer prospective managers of international corporations a legal background on fundamental issues of corporate law.
The course shall deal with the main themes of law concerning business and undertakings, offering an overview of the main legal devices that regulate the organization and behaviour of economic actors in the market. In this respect, Italian and EU Laws shall serve as useful parameters, often referring also to further legal systems.
More specifically, the course aims to focus the following objectives:
A. Knowledge and understanding: the student shall acquire the knowledge of the system of normative sources, also at EU level, as well as the understanding of principles, involved interests and rules of the Italian commercial law; the student shall also know and understand the methodological aspects of commercial law and its independence with regard to the other fields of private law.
B. Applying knowledge and understanding: the student shall acquire the ability to apply principles and to analyse the principal controversial aspects of entrepreneurial and corporate law, also through the analysis of norms and case law.
C. Making judgements: the student shall develop his/her analysis and judgement skills on entrepreneurial and corporate law, with regard to the ratio and to the interests that are brought into consideration by the law.
D. Communication skills: the student shall acquire the ability to use the lexicon of commercial law in speaking and writing expressions.
E. Learning skills: the course will help students to develop their learning skills for the prosecution of the graduate formation, by developing their individual study and self-evaluation skills through guided exercises.