The course will be devoted to the analysis of the rules of the European Union and of some non-EU countries, in particular the U.S., for cross-border insolvency cases.
Expected learning outcomes
- Acquiring a foundational knowledge and understanding of the fundamental legal institutions of international insolvency law; - Capability to apply the acquired knowledge and understanding to real cases; - Making autonomous judgments on the phenomena and problems of cross-border insolvency law and their practical consequences; - Communication skills, including arguing convincingly about one's own solution to a given subject matter with logical and legal thoroughness and propriety of language; - Capability to learn, meaning due consideration of the historical and evolutionary characters of international insolvency law.
Lesson period: Second semester
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