Full-Time Master in International Business Law - Spain - ESADE - I34080

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Full-Time Master in International Business Law
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Course Description:
Module I. Emerging Markets
This module intends to provide basic knowledge of the legal framework in which international commercial relations with emerging or developing markets, particularly those in Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe, are developed. Special attention is given to the mechanisms of the WTO (World Trade Organization), to the regional regime of Mercosur and to the future expansion of the European Union.

Coordinator:
Dr. Eduard Sagarra
Lecturer of International Public Law

Duration:
21 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)

Module II. International Disputes
Specialization essential for jurists appraising international transactions and key questions relating to judgment on transactional law linked to different legal systems, as well as a full review of the content of the so-called "special part" of International Private Law corresponding to Commercial or Business law.

Coordinator:
Dr. Alegría Borrás
Professor of International Private Law

Duration:
39 teaching hours
1st semester (October - December)


Module III. Corporate Law and M&A
This module explores those aspects of Corporate Law that, due to their complexity, are not dealt with in Law degrees. These include some of the most important operations in the restructuring of companies (accounts, capital modifications, transformations, mergers, demergers and group procedures), all of which constitute core praxis for the jurist specializing in Business Law.

Coordinator:
Eduard Geli
Lawyer
Partner of Uría Menéndez Law Firm 

Duration:
48 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)


This module provides the theoretical and practical knowledge required to act with confidence when drawing up and interpreting business contracts, particularly those involving international relations. It also pays particular attention to the Anglo-American Common Law practice regarding contracts.
Coordinators:
Dr. Enrique Guardiola
Lawyer
D. Enrique Morral
Lawyer

Duration:
45 teaching hours
3rd semester (April - June)




An in-depth exploration of the Spanish and European systems for the defense of free market competition, and the regulations protecting entrepreneurs faced with acts of unfair competition, in particular through advertising.

Coordinator:
Javier Menor
Partner of Deloitte.

Duration:
39 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)


A complete familiarization with the tax regimes of international business transactions. Special attention is given to Customs Law, international transaction regimes and the principles that enable globalized corporate tax planning.

Coordinator:
Dr. Jesús Moyano
State Finance Inspector

Duration:
45 teaching hours
3rd semester (April - June)

Module VII. Industrial and Intellectual Property Law

This module specializes in all aspects of Intellectual Property, including branding, inventions and copyrights, all of which are of vital importance in the business world.
Coordinator:
Julio Añoveros
Lecturer of International Public Law

Duration:
33 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)


This module provides participants with a specialist legal and para-legal knowledge, allowing them to fully understand the wide-ranging instruments companies use to attract assets and ensure market position, both nationally and internationally.
Coordinator:
Juan Ignacio Sanz
Lecturer of Commercial Law

Duration:
45 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)


An in-depth practical study of procedural aspects linked to the commercial world: special jurisdiction, probate, tenders and arbitration.

Coordinators:
Lluís Muñoz Sabaté
Lecturer of Procedural Law
Federic Munné Catarina
Associate Professor of Criminal Law

Duration:
36 teaching hours
3rd semester (April - June)


Module X. Criminal Economic Law

A comprehensive exploration of criminal practice linked to the business world, in particular crime against patent rights and copyright, the market and consumers and the Public Treasury and workers, as well as corporate misdemeanors.

Coordinator:
Fermín Morales
Professor of Criminal Law

Duration:
24 teaching hours
1st semester (October - December)

Module XI. Regional planning and environmental law. City planning law. Public contracts and regulated sectors.

Provides all basic knowledge for comprehension of environmental elements that legally condition business activities, such as restrictions on land use and legal requirements regarding the environment.

Coordinators:
Joaquín Tornos
Professor of Administrative Law
Enric Bartlett
Associate Professor of Administrative Law.

Duration:
45 teaching hours
3rd semester (April - June)

Module XII. Corporate Employment Law

This module aims to provide knowledge of current problems (doctrine, case law and praxis) in relation to the most important aspects of labor relations in the business world. While not aiming to make participants experts, they will achieve a level that allows dialogue with specialists.

Coordinators:
Salvador del Rey Guanter
Professor of Employment Law
Dra. Esther Sánchez
Lecturer of Employment Law.

Duration:
30 teaching hours
3rd semester (April - June)


Module XIII. Corporate Practice

A consolidation of knowledge acquired in the Corporate Law module, offering a practical focus and familiarizing participants with suitable responses to the problems presented in the legal profession.

Coordinator:
Juli de Miquel
Associate Professor, ESADE. Lawyer

Duration:
24 teaching hours
1st semester (October - December)


Module XIV. General and Corporate Accounting
Full explanation of accounting science required by jurists specializing in Business Law and wishing to fully comprehend accounting techniques and applications.

Coordinators:
Dr. Jesús Moyano
Finance Inspector

Duration:
51 teaching hours
1st semester (October - December)


An introduction to the mechanisms and principles required to understand the economic-financial situation of companies through the reading and interpretation of accounting statements, an area of expertise essential for all legal professions related to the corporate world.
Coordinator:
Lola Fernández
Lawyer. Associate Professor, ESADE

Duration:
45 teaching hours
2nd semester (January - March)


This module completes the training in aspects related to companies and their activities which has not been specifically covered by the previous modules. These aspects are, however, essential for the jurist dedicated to Business Law, with special reference to company policies, human resource management, marketing, company appraisals and management of professional organizations.
Coordinator:
Dr. Ignacio Serrano Rasero
Lecturer of ESADE Department of Human Ressources Management

Duration:
45 teaching hours
1st semester (October - December)
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