Study-unit COMMERCIAL LAW - BANKRUPTCY LAW

Course name Business administration
Study-unit Code GP002888
Location TERNI
Curriculum Comune a tutti i curricula
Lecturer Massimo Billi
Lecturers
  • Massimo Billi
Hours
  • 63 ore - Massimo Billi
CFU 9
Course Regulation Coorte 2018
Supplied 2019/20
Supplied other course regulation
Learning activities Caratterizzante
Area Giuridico
Sector IUS/04
Type of study-unit Obbligatorio (Required)
Type of learning activities Attività formativa monodisciplinare
Language of instruction Italian
Contents As notorious, in the Italian System as Commercial Law it is intended a larger set of questions than those in the common law systems. Thus, it is impossible a precise translation in English; it is only possible to signal that the course has as object the learning of Business Law, Enterprise Law, Competition Law, Business Organizations, Bankruptcy Law, Commercial Papers and Securities Law.
Reference texts AA.VV., Manuale di diritto commerciale, a cura di M. CIAN, third edition, Giappichelli, 2019.
In any case, for the purposes of the examination, any other text intended for university teaching, provided that it is updated to current law, can be chosen by the student.
It is essential to consult the legislative texts related to the exam topics in an updated edition.
Educational objectives The course will provide the students with knowledge of the topics related to the private regulation of economy, together with a method for legal problems solution.
Prerequisites Adequate knowledge of private law
Teaching methods The course will be organized in lectures, theoretical-practical discussions. During the course, practical cases will be presented, in order to analyze the various problems that each topic can offer and to stimulate the students to identify the best solution.
Other information Class attendance is not mandatory but it is strongly recommended
Learning verification modality Oral examination. The exam will be evaluated according to the following criteria: the relevance of the answers to the questions formulated the quality and comprehension of the contents the ability to link with other topics covered by the program the ability to report examples the property of technical language the overall exhibition capacity of the student familiarity with legal texts.
Extended program 1) The entrepreneur in general and his status; the company; the distinguishing marks and intellectual property; competition law; consortia and consortium companies. 2) Companies in general. Partnerships: simple companies, collective partnerships and limited partnerships. 3) The public limited company: general features and company formation; share capital, contributions and shares; bonds; groups of companies; corporate structure: shareholders' meeting, administration and control bodies; financial statements: general profiles; statutory modifications; introduction to extraordinary corporate operations; dissolution of joint-stock companies. 4) Other types of joint-stock companies: limited liability companies and limited partnerships for shares. Cooperative companies. 5) Credit titles: general profiles. Billing bonds: draft, check and bank draft. 6) General profiles of business crisis and introduction to bankruptcy proceedings. Notions on bankruptcy, prior agreement, administrative insolvency procedures and procedures for the settlement of the over-indebted crisis.