The course "Bankruptcy Law" comprises a quarter of seven weeks with three hours of class a week, spread over an 1.5 hour lecture and practical complementary class of 1.5 hours. This general scheme may suffer, however, some variation in attention to the dynamics and development of the sessions.
A. Lectures. The lectures will be dedicated to the exhibition of the fundamental concepts of the program. Be sought also mark the thread of the various contents of the course and give an overview of the subject. Notwithstanding the above, the practical classes, complementary impinge on the essential points or more difficult, either through group work (groups of 3-5 people) or through individual practices.
B. Practice-up activities. Additional Practical classes which content will be as heterogeneous as possible, adapting to the peculiarities of the particular subject in which it is intended to deepen.
Among the various activities scheduled in principle (subject to changes, inclusions or exclusions arising from the dynamics of the course) are provided as follows:
- Law enforcement exercises positive real assumptions.
- Analysis and review of jurisprudence.
- Preparation and presentation of certain items.
- Assistance to trials.
- Discussion and debate on controversial issues.
- Viewing of recordings of different bankruptcy process
- Determination of the responsibilities assigned to the various parties involved in the bankruptcy process.
It give over one hour of tutoring each week for questions and for preparing research papers. The tutorials will be held in the office of teacher or, where appropriate, in classrooms or pre-designated rooms.
YEARBOOK OF BANKRUPTCY LAW
DIRECTIVE 2008/94/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 October 2008 on the protection of employees in the event of insolvency, by Orellana CANO, Nuria A., Journal of Bankruptcy Law and Paraconcursal: Annals of doctrine, practice, jurisprudence and legislation, No. 10, 2009, p. 469-479.
REPORT of November 6, 2001 on the approximation of the civil and commercial law of the Member States (COM (2001) 398-C5-0471/2001-2001/2187 (COS). Committee on Legal Affairs and the Internal Market
JOURNAL OF BANKRUPTCY LAW AND PARACONCURSAL
LEGAL REVIEW OF CATALAN, NO. 4, 2004 (A CASE STUDY OF BANKRUPTCY LAW 22/2003)
Finding information on:
Law 22/2003, of July 9, of the bankruptcy (BOE No. 164, of July 10)
Organic Law 8/2003, of 9 July, the Bankruptcy Reform, by amending the Organic Law 6/1985, of July 1, of the Judiciary (BOE No. 164, of July 10)
Royal Decree-Law 3/2009, of 27 March, on urgent tax, financial and bankruptcy to changing economic conditions (BOE N º. 78, March 31, 2009)
Law 38/2011, de 10 de octubre
Ley de emprendedores 14/2013
Real Decreto-Ley 4/2014 de 7 de marzo
Regulation (EC) N º 1346/2000, the Council of 29 May 2000 on insolvency proceedings (OJ L 160 of 30 June)
Regulation (EC) N º 603/2005, the Council of April 12, 2005 by amending the lists of insolvency proceedings, winding-up proceedings and liquidators in Annexes A, B and C to Regulation (EC) No. 1346/2000 on insolvency proceedings (OJ L 100, April 20, 2005)
UNCITRAL Model Law on Cross-Border Insolvency with Guide to Enactment, adopted by UNCITRAL, the May 30, 1997, in http://www.uncitral.org/uncitral/es/uncitral_texts/insolvency/ 1997Model.html