European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

F2-1:
Principles of Law

Course code: 128004
Language of instruction: English
Lecturers: Vladimir Jankovic (The University of Manchester), Dr. iur. Inese Druviete (Riga Graduate School of Law), Prof. Dr. Thomas Schmitz
Assessment: Defined in the module

Short description

The course will provide necessary knowledge for understanding institutional surroundings influencing business processes. In order to start a business, the knowledge about different structures, taxes, trade agreements, contracts, export issues is needed.

Objectives

The participants:

- will gain an overview of the economically relevant national and international legal areas,

- will acquire a basic understanding of commercial law issues,

- will acquire skills for dealing with lawyers and attorneys in practice,

- will learn the basic rules of the national contract law,

- will know the most important corporate forms and relevant criteria for the selection of legal structure,

- will know the key contents of the capital market and law of negotiable instruments,

- will know the cornerstones of the competition and antitrust laws, and

- will have a basic understanding for the internationalization of business law matters.

Target Attendees / Participants

Students of Steinbeis Master of Business Administration

Course Content by Units

Overview of national commercial law

Civil law foundations (Private Law):

- Core aspects of general contract law

- Liability and default

 Public law foundations:

- Commercial Law

- Company Law

- Company Registry

- General commercial power of representation and procuration

- Forms of cooperation in the external field

- Stores

- Incoterms

 Company law:

- Retail companies

- Joint Partnerships

- Stock companies

Key aspects of the capital market and the law of negotiable instruments

Key aspects of the competition- and antitrust laws

Key aspects of international law

Teaching Methods

Classic lecturing

Free and interactive class discussion

Case Studies

Literature

Vasiljevic, M.,(2011): The companies’ law, Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, Belgrade.

Vasiljevic, M., (2007): International Encyclopedia of Laws: Commercial and Economic Law, Kluwer Law International, Netherland.

Official Gazzette of Republic of Serbia.

Cento G. Veljanovski (2007): Economic Principles of Law, Cambridge University Press.


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(Course profile ID: F2-1:, generated on November 19, 2018)