CORSO INTEGRATIVO: "Contratti dei mercati finanziari"

A.Y. 2019/2020
3
Max ECTS
20
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/01
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
The course is aimed to provide students with the following skills:
- Knowledge and understanding in the field of study. The student will acquire a specific knowledge of contract law that provides a basis for originality in developing and/or applying ideas, also within a research context.
- Students are requested to apply their knowledge and understanding, and problem solving abilities in contexts related to contract law;
- Students are requested to develop the ability to gather and interpret relevant data within their field of study to inform judgments and reflections on contract law.
- Students are requested to communicate information, ideas, problems and solutions regarding contract law to specialist audience;
- Students are requested to develop those learning skills that are necessary for them to continue to undertake further study with a high degree of autonomy.
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course, students who have successfully studied the subject will have a detailed knowledge of the topics covered by the course and will develop a method in order to tackle and communicate more specific and complex legal issues than basic elements of private law, with specific reference to the subject covered by the course.
Course syllabus and organization

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Lesson period
Second semester
Syllabus
Syllabus
Securities misselling and broker-dealer regulation are the main subject of the course, which will focus on private law remedies in this context.

Course books
Supplementary handouts (both for attending and non attending students) are uploaded during the term by Andrea Dalmartello on his Ariel webpage.

Exams
The aforementioned skills are verified through discussion in class and a written examination for attending students, that will be agreed upon with students in class.
IUS/01 - PRIVATE LAW - University credits: 3
Lessons: 20 hours
Professor: Dalmartello Andrea
Professor(s)
Reception:
Wednesday, h. 14.15
Private Law and Legal History Department