1. Commercial and corporate legal advice: the lawyer and commercial practice. Legal advice on operations and their formalization.
1.1. Introduction to the company¿s commercial practice. Different ways of acquiring a business (purchase-sale of shares and assets, among others).
1.2. Letters of intent (LOI) within the purchase-sale operations. What are they and what are they for? Solve a case study.
1.3. Concept of Due Diligence (legal audit) and its importance in the purchase-sale agreement. Seller¿s responsibility. Solve a case study.
1.4. Share¿s purchase-sale agreement. Solve a case study.
1.5. Continue case study of a purchase sale agreement. Contract between shareholders. Solve a case study.
1.6. Formalize a purchase sale operation: signature, closing, post closing. Most relevant aspects. Solve a case study.
2. Specialized Commercial Courts.
2.1. Theory and practical issues on applying public or private antitrust trade practices.
2.2. Applying public or private antitrust trade practices. Solve a case study.
2.3. Theory and practical issues on Bankruptcy Law.
2.4. Bankruptcy judges. Solve a case study.
3. The intervention of the Attorney General, particularly in bankruptcy proceedings. The obligation to pay orders and edicts
4. Corporate practice.
4.1. Choosing the type of corporation and its regulations according to partner¿s interests. By-laws and parallel shareholder¿s agreements.
4.2. Proceeding to constitute a company: physical and electronic constitution. Solve a case study.
4.3. Governing bodies ¿ how they work. The Secretary to the Shareholder¿s Meeting. Handling of corporate books. Solve a case study.
4.4. Administrator¿s duties and responsibilities. Solve a case study.
4.5. Modification of by-laws. Solve a case study.
4.6. Dissolution of a company. Solve a case study.
5. National and international commercial arbitration.
5.1. Introduction to arbitration. Arbitration agreement: drafting of an agreement, forms and pathologies. Types of arbitration. Sources of arbitration and general principles.
5.2. Arbitration of controversies, and applicable law by arbitrators.
5.3. Peculiarities of arbitration proceedings: jurisdiction, procedural authentication, nomination of recusal arbitrators, financial cover. Case study.
5.4. Arbitration procedure: procedural calendar, bifurcation of the procedure, precautionary measures and responsibility.
5.5. Writs of the parties, sue, allegations, etc.
5.6. Arbitration evidence. Cross examination of witnesses and experts.
5.7. Annulment of ruling and warrant of execution. Other possible remedies on the ruling.
5.8. Request for execution of foreign judgments.