Comparative, Private, Civil Procedural and Business Law

Dottorati
Doctoral programme (PhD)
A.Y. 2019/2020
Study area
Humanities, Social Sciences and Law
Doctoral programme (PhD)
3
Years
Dipartimento di Diritto privato e storia del diritto - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Italian
The programme aims to promote scientific debate among experts who give the programme an interdisciplinary character while (given the links between the scientific sectors involved) providing a common perspective, so that discussion among jurists of differing competencies is fruitful and rich. Its main objective is that of adequately structuring and linking research training activities, focusing on comparative law with the aim of intensifying scientific debate among those studying private law, business law (in its two forms, commercial/industrial and occupational) and civil procedural law. Special attention is given to the formation of students in the methodological aspects of scientific research. The affinities among the various areas of legal studies addressed by the programme will allow for in-depth discussion during lecture series on cross-sector topics. As in the past, authorities in the field will be involved and collaborations with universities and foreign researchers will be intensified.
Dipartimento di Diritto privato e storia del diritto - Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - Milano
Title Professor(s)
The control of judicial remedies under Italian Civil Code (i.e. nullity and dissolution for non-performance/ termination)  in commercial contracts
Curriculum: Private Law
Crisis marriage: legal rules  and private autonomy
Curriculum: Private Law
Damage and compensation in Cilean law compared with Italian law and European Union directives
Curriculum: Private Law
L. San Martín
Latin American Private law
Curriculum: Private Law
L. San Martín
Supervening unforeseeable onerousness, renegotiation and judicial adjustment of the contract
Curriculum: Private Law
New collateral and guarantees in Italian legal system and perspectives of legislative reform.
Curriculum: Private Law
C. de Cores Helguera
Trust and fiduciary agreements in Italian legal system and perspectives of legislative reform
Curriculum: Private Law
C. de Cores Helguera
Freedom to dispose mortis causa and inheritance planning
Curriculum: Private Law
F. A. Hung Gil
Strict liability between efficiency and justice
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Smart contracts from the perspective of private law
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Formal equality vs. economic equality in contract law
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Good faith: the issue of predictability in contract law
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Numerus clausus of property rights in the comparative perspective
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
The object of rights in rem
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Non-economic damages and the idea of algorithmisation of legal reasoning
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Inheritance rights of spouses from the perspective of cultural changes in 21st century
Curriculum: Private Law
W. Dajczak
Financial, banking and insurance markets in the EU law
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Decision making process, financial structure and shareholders’ and creditors' protection
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Fintech law
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
M. Cian
Corporate governance, Information technology and AI
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
M. Cian
Organizational structures in bankruptcy and insolvency law
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Limited liability companies running small and medium-sized enterprises
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Enterprise groups in insolvency
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Distribution of surplus value created by preventive restructuring frameworks
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Financial, banking and insurance markets in the EU law
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Decision making process, financial structure and shareholders’ and creditors' protection
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
IP and EU law
Curriculum: Corporate Law and Securities Regulation
Occasional work
Curriculum: Labour Law
The transfer of a company in a comparative perspective
Curriculum: Labour Law
Health and safety of work: continuity and transformations from the first industrial revolution to the Industry 4.0
Curriculum: Labour Law
The relationship between law and collective agreements in the evolution of labour law
Curriculum: Labour Law
Subordination and autonomy in the perspective of the digital economy
Curriculum: Labour Law
The intergeneracional responsibility in the welfare state
Curriculum: Labour Law
J. L. Tortuero Plaza
Effects of robotization on the social security system
Curriculum: Labour Law
Safety and health for workers on digital platforms
Curriculum: Labour Law
Y. Frediani
Accident at work, occupational disease and social protection
Curriculum: Labour Law
Y. Frediani
Artificial intelligence and the reduction of jobs
Curriculum: Labour Law
Y. Frediani
Right od disconnection of digital worker
Curriculum: Labour Law
Y. Frediani
An accident while traveling between Italy and Spain
Curriculum: Labour Law
J. L. Tortuero Plaza
Instruments for the protection of fundamental rights in the framework of an employment relationship and their effectiveness
Curriculum: Labour Law
F. Fita Ortega
Collective bargaining in digital economy
Curriculum: Labour Law
F. Fita Ortega
Security interests in personal property: a comparative perspective.
Curriculum: Comparative Law
The many EU  and National legal  sources in contract law for regulated markets: problems and perspectives.
Curriculum: Comparative Law
The use of contracts in family law: a comparison between legal systems
Curriculum: Comparative Law
Judicial precedent in Latin America
Curriculum: Comparative Law
Programed obsolescence  and environmental sustainability
Curriculum: Comparative Law
Due process of Law in the Italian Constitution and in international Conventions
Curriculum: Civil procedural Law
Material Law and Civil process
Curriculum: Civil procedural Law
Reviewal of civil judicial decisions
Curriculum: Civil procedural Law
Transnational Recognition of civil judgments and arbitral awards
Curriculum: Civil procedural Law

Courses list

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Courses or activities Professor(s) ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
La responsabilità nel diritto privato
4 24 Italian
Not specified period
Courses or activities Professor(s) ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
New trends in european private law
4 24 English
Not specified period
Courses or activities Professor(s) ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
The invalidity in the contract law and in the corporate law
4 24 Italian
Not specified period
Courses or activities Professor(s) ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
La tutela della dignità del lavoratore tra trasformazioni organizzative e esigenze del mercato
4 24 Italian
Not specified period
Courses or activities Professor(s) ECTS Total hours Language
Compulsory
Oggetto del giudizio e del giudicato nel processo civile
4 24 Italian

Enrollment

Places available: 8


Call for applications: how to do, attachment 1, Qualifications assessment and exam schedule


Application period: from 05-24-2019 to 06-24-2019
Enrolment period: from 09-23-2019 to 09-27-2019