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Gabriella Gimigliano

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DIRITTO ANTI-TRUST

BUSINESS LAW

DIRITTO ANTI-TRUST - Materiale di Studio per i Corsisti

IL CORSO VERTE SULL'ANALISI DELLA CASISTICA E DOTTRINA COMUNITARIA IN TEMA DI INTESE, CON PARTICOLARE ATTENZIONE ALLA CASISTICA SUI SISTEMI DI PAGAMENTI, APPROFONDENDO GLI ISTITUTI DI DIRITTO ANTITRUST PERTINENTI.
IL MATERIALE DI STUDIO SARA' DISTRIBUITO A LEZIONE.

GLI STUDENTI INTERESSATI AL CORSO POSSONO SCRIVERE ALLA DOTT.SSA GIMIGLIANO AL SEGUENTE INDIRIZZO DI POSTA: gimigliano2@unisi.it

INSTRUCTIONS FOR BUSINESS LAW COURSE

Instructions for Business Law Course, 2016-17

 

Business Law Class deals with company rules and regulations within the International or the European framework.

Business Law Course provides for two different programmes:

Programme n. 1)

The class aims to analyse primary and secondary sources of law as well as the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union in order to figure out the legal and regulatory issues dealing with the mobility of companies and firms throughout the European Union.

The Course aims to teach how to

  • Analyse a legal issue;
  • Analyse EU jurisprudence;
  • Approach an academic paper;
  • Give a presentation;

During the 40-teaching hours, the Lecturer (Dr Gabriella Gimigliano) investigates the legal framework for corporate mobility within the European Union, analysing regulations, directives, soft laws and case law as well as institutional and academic papers on the mobility of companies and firms within the European Union. Any study material (documents, case law and papers and so on) will be uploded lesson after lesson, week after week, on this website.

The Course provides the students with four mid-terms. The mid-terms are a way of checking the learning process. Both attending and non-attending students are entitled to do mid-terms, if they opt for the programme n. 1. During the mid-terms, the students can consult the study material (paper version) uploaded on this website.

The first three are written mid-terms: the test is made up of three questions; each question has a different level of difficulty; the student can pass the exam giving at least one correct answer. However, more correct answers are given, higher is the exam grade achievable.

The fourth mid-term is an oral presentation and it is organized as a group-based activity.

If a student takes part to all mid-terms and passes all mid-terms, He/She is entitled to keep the average grade as exam grade up to the September/November (if He/she is entitled to do the exam in November). Anyway, during the regular sessions of exam (in January, February, June, July, September), the students are entitled to do business law exam. This might be a way of improving their mid-term grade.  

If a student opts for the programme n. 1), the exam (during th regular session of exam) is a written test having the same structure of mid-terms.

If a student opts for programme n. 1), He/She is entitled to consult the study material during the exam.

Mid-Term tests and Business law exams, based on Programme n. 1), are evaluated mainly according to the following standards:

  • The consistency between the answer and the question;
  • The aptidute for making cross-references to different study and reading material;
  • The coherent structure of the answer: an answer is coherent if it is easy to understand because its parts are connected in a clear and reasonable way.

Basically, the students are required to demonstrate to use correctly legal sources of law, jurisprudence and academic references to analyse a legal and regulatory issue.

Programme n. 2) This programme gives an overview of company laws in different legal systems. The textbook is the following:

Kraakman – Davies – Armour – Enriques et al., “Anatomy of Corporate Law: a Comparative and Functional Approach”, Oxford University Press, last edition.

The programme n. 2) is not explained during the course and no mid-term test is organized.

However, business law exam (during the regular sessions) is always a written test, made up of three questions; each question has a different level of difficulty. The student can pass the exam giving at least one right answer.

The students opting for programme n. 2 are not entitled to consult the textbook during the exam.  

 

Contacts

For further information, please, contact the Lecturer, Dr Gabriella Gimigliano, emailing to gimigliano2@unisi.it

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Timetable

October, 24, 25, 26, 28

November, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15,16, 18, 21, 22, 23, 28, 29, 30, 2 (december)

Important Dates

(Written) Mid-Term (1): Wednesday, 9th November 2016

(Written) Mid-Term (2): Wednesday, 16th November 2016

(Written) Mid-Term (3): Monday 28th November 2016