Checking date: 30/04/2019


Course: 2019/2020

The employer and his/her legal status
(13585)
Study: Dual Bachelor in Law and Business Administration (229)


Coordinating teacher: RUIZ MUÑOZ, MIGUEL

Department assigned to the subject: Department of Private Law

Type: Compulsory
ECTS Credits: 5.0 ECTS

Course:
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Students are expected to have completed
Introduction to the Law of Contract
Competences and skills that will be acquired and learning results. Further information on this link
THIS COURSE IS PROVIDED TO THE STUDENT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE OF THE EMPLOYER AND HIS LEGAL STATUS. SUCH KNOWLEDGE IS NECESSARY FOR THE PROPER SLIDE OF THE GRADUATE STUDENT IN BUSINESS LAW. MATTER WILL ALLOW THE STUDENT TO ACQUIRE THE FOLLOWING SKILLS AND EDUCATIONAL AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCES: - AREAS OF KNOWLEDGE: 1. Theoretical and practical knowledge on the individual entrepreneur and his legal status. 2. Differentiation and interaction of the company and the employer. 3. Analysis of the performance of the company and the entrepreneur in the market. 4. Study of commercial advertising regime. 5. Understanding the system of industrial property and competition. 6. Knowledge of the principles governing the securities. 7. Basics knowledge of insolvency. SKILLS: 1. Learning of the language and legal-trade arguments. 2. Ability to write reports and business documents. - ATTITUDES: Critical attidude to the legislation and of the market practice.
Description of contents: programme
LEGAL STATUS OF THE EMPLOYER, COMPETITION LAW AND GENERAL THEORY OF SECURITIES (Business Law I) PROGRAM Item 1. Basis, concept and commercial sources of law Item 2. The employer and its status Item 3. Legal status of accounting and the Trade Register Item 4. The company and business Item 5. Competition Law I: competition Item 6. II Competition Law: Unfair Competition and Advertising Law Item 7. Industrial Property Law I: patents, utility models and industrial designs Item 8. Industrial property rights II: the distinctive signes. Item 9. General Theory of securities Item 10. Introduction to Bankruptcy Law
Learning activities and methodology
OUR GOAL IS TO TRAIN STUDENTS IN THE MATTERS OF THE PROGRAM THROUGH A TEACHING AND LEARNING SYSTEM ADAPTED TO THE NEW REQUIREMENTS OF THE BOLOGNA PROCESS. OVERCOMING THE SUBJECT OF KNOWLEDGE IMPLY ACQUISITION OF TEORICAL AND PRACTICAL SKILLS. PRACTICAL KNOWLEDGE BE OBTAINED THROUGH THE DEVELOPMENT OF CASE STUDIES, LEGAL REPORTS AND OPINIONS OR DEMANDS. THIS DUALITY OF THEORY AND PRACTICE PERMITS TO OBTAIN A GENERAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE STATUS OF THE COMPANY, THE EMPLOYER AND ITS LEGAL STATUS. IN ADDITION WILL BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT TO COMPUTE THE SUBJECT OF CREDITS ECTS THE STUDY HOURS OF STUDENTS. THIS COURSE IS DIRECTLY LINKED TO THE CAREERS OF FUTURE GRADUATES IN LAW (INCLUDING, TRADE REGISTER, NOTARIES, BANKING, STOCK MARKET, AND UNIVERSITY TEACHING). ON THE SAME LINE IN VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS OF LEGAL ENTITIES AND OFFICES OF LAWYERS.
Assessment System
  • % end-of-term-examination 50
  • % of continuous assessment (assigments, laboratory, practicals...) 50
Basic Bibliography
  • Bercovitz, A.,. Apuntes de Derecho Mercantil. 15ª ed., Tecnos, Madrid, . 2017
  • Broseta/Martínez Sanz,. Manual de Derecho mercantil,. 24ª ed.,I-II, Tecnos, Madrid, . 2017
  • Paniagua Zurera, M.. Derecho mercantil. Iustel. 2017
Detailed subject contents or complementary information about assessment system of B.T.

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