Commercial law

A.Y. 2019/2020
15
Max ECTS
105
Overall hours
SSD
IUS/04
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
1) Knowledge and understanding. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions governing the Italian sole traders and companies.
2) Application skills. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired the appropriate analytical skills to select, interpret and apply, in a reasoned and legally sustainable manner, the object of the course institutions to specific cases.
3) Autonomy of judgment. The student must demonstrate that they have understood the scope and function of the object of the course and institutions and that they have acquired the ability to draw conclusions about the issues raised on the basis of a reasoned and legally sustainable analysis.
4) Skill in communication. The students must demonstrate the ability to express their knowledge with argumentative consistency, systematic rigor and ownership of language.
Expected learning outcomes
The students must demonstrate that they have developed a learning ability enablying them to continue their studies with a high degree of autonomy
Course syllabus and organization

Cognomi A-C

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The sole trader. The business units. The auxiliaries of the sole trader. The competition. The companies: the simple company; the general partnership; the limited partnership; the corporation: in particular, the listed company; the company limited by shares; the limited liability company; the cooperative company. Transformation, merger and demerger. The groups of companies. The bank and insurance contracts. The securities markets.
Prerequisites for admission
As per academic regulation of the degree course; in particular, private law and constitutional law institutions are preparatory.
Teaching methods
Lessons
Teaching Resources
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli latest edition (only chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX and X);
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. II, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition;
or:
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition (chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX, X and XVIII onwards);
or:
P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto, Appunti di diritto commerciale. Impresa e società, latest edition, Milan, Giuffrè;
or:
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 1, Diritto dell'impresa, latest edition, UTET
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 2, Diritto della società, latest edition, UTET
The P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto and Campobasso texts must be integrated with the materials provided by the teachers on ariel.unimi.it.
An updated civil code is needed (eg G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, latest edition, Zanichelli)
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examination consists solely of an oral test.
IUS/04 - BUSINESS LAW - University credits: 15
Lessons: 105 hours

Cognomi D-L

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The sole trader. The business units. The auxiliaries of the sole trader. The competition. The companies: the simple company; the general partnership; the limited partnership; the corporation: in particular, the listed company; the company limited by shares; the limited liability company; the cooperative company. Transformation, merger and demerger. The groups of companies. The bank and insurance contracts. The securities markets.
Prerequisites for admission
1) Knowledge and understanding. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions governing the Italian sole traders and companies.
2) Application skills. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired the appropriate analytical skills to select, interpret and apply, in a reasoned and legally sustainable manner, the object of the course institutions to specific cases.
3) Autonomy of judgment. The student must demonstrate that they have understood the scope and function of the object of the course and institutions and that they have acquired the ability to draw conclusions about the issues raised on the basis of a reasoned and legally sustainable analysis.
4) Skill in communication. The students must demonstrate the ability to express their knowledge with argumentative consistency, systematic rigor and ownership of language.
Teaching methods
Lessons
Teaching Resources
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli latest edition (only chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX and X);
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. II, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition;
or:
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition (chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX, X and XVIII onwards);
or:
P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto, Appunti di diritto commerciale. Impresa e società, latest edition, Milan, Giuffrè;
or:
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 1, Diritto dell'impresa, latest edition, UTET
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 2, Diritto della società, latest edition, UTET
The P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto and Campobasso texts must be integrated with the materials provided by the teachers on ariel.unimi.it.
An updated civil code is needed (eg G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, latest edition, Zanichelli)
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examination consists solely of an oral test.
The students must demonstrate that they have developed a learning ability enablying them to continue their studies with a high degree of autonomy
IUS/04 - BUSINESS LAW - University credits: 15
Lessons: 105 hours

Cognomi M-Q

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
DIRITTO COMMERCIALE (15 credits) [first and second semester]
Prof. Andrea Vicari (Letters A-C)
Prof. Emanuele Rimini (Letters D-L)
Prof. Matteo Rescigno (Letters M-Q)
Profs. Alberto Toffoletto - Andrea Tina (Letters R-Z)
Department of Private Law and History of Law - Section of Commercial and Industrial Law
Course program
The sole trader. The business units. The auxiliaries of the sole trader. The competition. The companies: the simple company; the general partnership; the limited partnership; the corporation: in particular, the listed company; the company limited by shares; the limited liability company; the cooperative company. Transformation, merger and demerger. The groups of companies. The bank and insurance contracts. The securities markets.
Recommended readings
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli latest edition (only chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX and X);
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. II, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition;
or:
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition (chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX, X and XVIII onwards);
or:
P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto, Appunti di diritto commerciale. Impresa e società, latest edition, Milan, Giuffrè;
or:
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 1, Diritto dell'impresa, latest edition, UTET
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 2, Diritto della società, latest edition, UTET
The P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto and Campobasso texts must be integrated with the materials provided by the teachers on ariel.unimi.it.
An updated civil code is needed (eg G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, latest edition, Zanichelli)
Learning assessment
The examination consists solely of an oral test.
Educational objectives
1) Knowledge and understanding. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions governing the Italian sole traders and companies.
2) Application skills. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired the appropriate analytical skills to select, interpret and apply, in a reasoned and legally sustainable manner, the object of the course institutions to specific cases.
3) Autonomy of judgment. The student must demonstrate that they have understood the scope and function of the object of the course and institutions and that they have acquired the ability to draw conclusions about the issues raised on the basis of a reasoned and legally sustainable analysis.
4) Skill in communication. The students must demonstrate the ability to express their knowledge with argumentative consistency, systematic rigor and ownership of language.
Expected learning outcomes
The students must demonstrate that they have developed a learning ability enablying them to continue their studies with a high degree of autonomy
Professor's office hours
Prof. Rescigno receives students (Letters M-Q) on Monday at 14.15
Prof. Rimini receives students (Letters D-L) on Friday at 12:15 pm
Prof. Tina receives students (Letters R-Z) on Monday at 14.15
Prof. Toffoletto receives students (Letters R-Z) on appointment (tel. 02/725513502)
Prof. Vicari receives students (Letters A-C) on Monday at 14.30
Prerequisites for admission
As per academic regulation of the degree course. In particular private law and constitutional law are preparatory
Teaching methods
Lessons
Teaching Resources
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli ultima edizione (ch. I, II III, IV, V, VIII par. 4, IX e X);
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. II, Bologna, Zanichelli, last edition;
oppure: G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. Unico, Bologna, Zanichelli, ultima edizione (ch. I, II III, IV, V, VIII par. 4, IX, X XVIII in onwards);
oppure: P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto, Appunti di diritto commerciale. Impresa e società,last edition , Milano, Giuffrè;
oppure: G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 1, Diritto dell'impresa last edition, UTET
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 2, Diritto delle società, last edition, UTET
I testi P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto e Campobasso must be integrated with the materials provided by the teacher on ariel.unimi.
An updated civil code is needed (e.g. G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, latest edition Zanichelli)
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examinations consists only in an oral test
IUS/04 - BUSINESS LAW - University credits: 15
Lessons: 105 hours

Cognomi R-Z

Responsible
Lesson period
year
Course syllabus
The sole trader. The business units. The auxiliaries of the sole trader. The competition. The companies: the simple company; the general partnership; the limited partnership; the corporation: in particular, the listed company; the company limited by shares; the limited liability company; the cooperative company. Transformation, merger and demerger. The groups of companies. The bank and insurance contracts. The securities markets.
Prerequisites for admission
1) Knowledge and understanding. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired a basic knowledge of the fundamental institutions governing the Italian sole traders and companies.
2) Application skills. The students must demonstrate that they have acquired the appropriate analytical skills to select, interpret and apply, in a reasoned and legally sustainable manner, the object of the course institutions to specific cases.
3) Autonomy of judgment. The student must demonstrate that they have understood the scope and function of the object of the course and institutions and that they have acquired the ability to draw conclusions about the issues raised on the basis of a reasoned and legally sustainable analysis.
4) Skill in communication. The students must demonstrate the ability to express their knowledge with argumentative consistency, systematic rigor and ownership of language.
Teaching methods
Lezioni in aula.
Teaching Resources
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli latest edition (only chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX and X);
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. II, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition;
or:
G. Presti - M. Rescigno, Corso di diritto commerciale, Vol. I, Bologna, Zanichelli, latest edition (chapters I, II, III, IV, V, VIII paragraph 4, IX, X and XVIII onwards);
or:
P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto, Appunti di diritto commerciale. Impresa e società, latest edition, Milan, Giuffrè;
or:
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 1, Diritto dell'impresa, latest edition, UTET
G. Campobasso, Diritto Commerciale, 2, Diritto della società, latest edition, UTET
The P. Jaeger - F. Denozza - A. Toffoletto and Campobasso texts must be integrated with the materials provided by the teachers on ariel.unimi.it.
An updated civil code is needed (eg G. De Nova, Codice civile e leggi collegate, latest edition, Zanichelli)
Assessment methods and Criteria
The examination consists solely of an oral test.
IUS/04 - BUSINESS LAW - University credits: 15
Lessons: 105 hours
Professor(s)
Reception:
Friday 12.15
Dipartimento di Diritto Privato e Storia del Diritto - 1° floor
Reception:
Dipartimento di Diritto Privato e Storia del Diritto - 1° floor
Reception:
dipartimento di diritto privato e storia del diritto - 1 piano
Reception:
Thursday, 10:15 am
Dipartimento di Diritto Privato e Storia del Diritto - 1° floor
Reception:
On appointment
Dipartimento di Diritto Privato e Storia del Diritto - 1° floor
Reception:
Mon 14.30
Dipartimento di Diritto Privato e Storia del Diritto - 1° floor