Extent: 3 ECTS (81 h)
Timing: 3 - 7 semester
Level: Professional studies
As a prerequisite for the course the student must have completed a basic course of Law of at least 3 cu.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student
- is able to compare different legal systems and their relations to Business Law
- understands global business environment and various legal aspects
- understands the structure and functions of the European Union
- understands the structure and functions of US legal system
- knows the basic principles of Competition Law and becomes acquainted with the court practice
- Comparison of Legal Systems and Relations to Business Law in Practice
- the Practices of European Union
- the functions Internal Market
- Competition Law in Practice
- Approaches to US as a legal system
Teaching and learning methods
Contact hours 30 h
Exam 2 h
Independent studies 48 h
The own learning assessment 1 h
The contact hours consist of interactive lectures, exercises and case studies. Relevant theory is studied in the context of case studies.
Antitrust Developments in Europe. Eds. by Subiotto, Romano, and Snelders, Robbert. Boston: Kluwer International, 2008.
Elhauge, E. R., Geradin, D., Global Competition Law and Economics. Portland, OR: Hart Publishing, 2007.
Studying material by the lecturer in concern.
Exam 80 %
Learning assignment 20 %
The own learning assessment assignment does not impact your grade. The assignment is the same for all courses/modules and your answers will be used also for course/module development. The assignment is completed on an electronic form.