06-315 Business Law
first cycle academic study programme (Bachelor degree) Management
- The course purpose is that students know and understand basic principles and doctrines in the area of business law. Students will be aware of the integrity/complexity of the legal position, the rights and obligations of economic operators on the market and acquire basic knowledge for the establishment of companies and the conclusion / creation of legal transactions.
Content (Syllabus outline)
- Business law: fundamental concepts of business law (companies and traders, commercial contracts), intellectual property law, competition law; legal sources of business law, institutions of business law (national, European, international).
- Company law: definition and classification of companies; statutory characteristics of companies; Establishment of companies, court register, business registry, e-vem, AJPES. Fundamental characteristics of legal forms for the pursuit of an economic activity (sole trader, limited liability company, joint stock company), management and representation of companies, dissolution of companies.
- Business contracts: basic characteristic of business transactions (contracts, agreements) and its regulation; conclusion of business transaction (offer and acceptance particularities of business contracts such as: negotiations, tender, auction, due diligence, legal audit, etc.
- Specifics of the business commercial contracts on international level (sources of Law, stipulation of the applicable law; sui generis.
- The ways of payment and insurance of payments with general institutions for strengthening the obligations (deposit, prepayment, contract penalty, pledge, security, letter of credit, bank guarantee).
- Assignment of a claim, Set off, Assignation in business contracts.
- Business (commercial) contracts: Sales contract, Lease contract, Agency contract, Contract for work, Shipping contract, Contract of storage, Building contract, Licence contract, Modern types of contracts.
- Resolving of business disputes with arbitration or mediation. Resolving of the disputes between contracting parties on an international level.