Comparative Law / International Law University of Bordeaux
This course provides students with a legal background on major legalissues when doing business internationally.
- BTS-CI or DUT or a particular international opening - B2 level ofEnglish
- Student participation - In-class work
> Introduction: - Common law vs. Civil law - Understanding the legal environment -The consequences of choices> Distribution law- Agency and distribution agreements - Exclusive / Selectivedistribution - International rules> Competition law - Abuse of a dominant position - Cartels - Mergers> Contracts- Study of contracts – a highlight on essential clauses -Negotiating a contract> Forms of dispute resolution- Judiciary system - Out of court settlement (negotiations andmediation) - Arbitration> Conclusion: Focus on business intelligence, data protection andanti-corruption.
Online Course Requirement
Maximum number of students: 28. Study level: Vocational BachelorLanguage of instruction: English and FrenchMode of delivery: Face-to-face teaching
Site for Inquiry
Please inquire about the courses at the address below.
Contact person: Diana Sarradediana.email@example.com