Study unit code    U324 2019

Level Study program or it's part Year Semester

ECTS kredits 5

Hours - Lectures 30
Hours - Tutorial 30
Hours - Individual Student's Work 90

red. prof. dr. BRATINA BORUT

Languages - lectures slovene
Languages - tutorial slovene

Content (Syllabus outline)
Within the business law we deal with basics legal terms of national and eu legal system. First part deals with the meaning of corporate law (types of companies and other corporation questions) and the second part deals with the terms of commercial contract law (types of contracts and other obligation questions). Within business law we deals also with types of securities.  
• BRATINA, Borut, JOVANOVIČ, Dušan (avtor, urednik), PODGORELEC, Peter, PRIMEC, Andreja. Osnove gospodarskega pogodbenega in statusnega prava. 3., prenovljena in dopolnjena izd. Maribor: Založba WD, 2018. XXVIII, 639 str. ISBN 978-961-94599-0-4. [COBISS.SI-ID 95796993] • ter ustrezna zakonodaja ter članki iz tekoče pravne periodike • and adequate legislation and existing literature from legal periodicals  
1. Get the basic conception and institutes of the Law in the national legal system. 2. Are familiarised with elements of property, obligation and corporation law and are aware of interdependence between them. 3. Are familiarised with and grasp the basic concepts of the court jurisdiction and the alternative dispute resolution. 4. Acquire fundamental knowledge of the securities and of the European Law. 5. Are familiarised with the importance of the affects of legal rules.  
Intendend learning outcomes - knowledge and understanding
Development of knowledge and understanding: Students: 1. Understand basic concepts of the Law and of the national legal system. 2. Learn to recognize legal problems in the business relations (focused on contract and corporation law). Cognitive/Intellectual skills: Students: 1. Can analyse the legal problem with guidance using given classification/principles. 2. Can collect and arrange data and ideas in a standard way. 3. Can evaluate the reliability of data using defined techniques and under guidance. Students develop greater independence of thought and the ability to solve problems.  
Intendend learning outcomes - transferable/key skills and other attributes'
Key/Transferable skills Students: 1. Develop professional ethics. 2. Develop learning techniques and strategies for individual study, permanent reflection and evaluation. 3. Develop interest for lifelong learning. Practical skills: Students learn how to read and apply some legal documents (acts, awards).  
Learning and teaching methods
classic lectures; case study; active team work 

Assessment Weight (%)
Written examination or colloquium 100  
100% - Written exam or 3x 33,33% - Three midterm colloquiums (active cooperation on the lectures or tutorials or written seminar work, successfully represented can compensate one negative colloquium with 33,33%).