По четвергам с 19.00 до 22.00
Бимодальный, (очный или удаленный)
Сергей Данилов, JD from Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University (Arlington, Virginia).)
Родился в Санкт-Петербурге, 25 лет провел в различных частях мира (США, Европа, Центральная Америка), владеет несколькими языками.
В настоящее время возглавляет международную практику в юридической фирме FPI Legal (Москва).
The primary goal of this course is to better acquaint the students with the law of business organizations in the United States; specifically, the concept and benefits of the corporation and other entities as an organizational form for the efficient conduct of business. This is to some extent a survey course, as it goes beyond the law of corporations and what is sometimes referred to as “business law”, covering a wide range of topics that in one way or another are relevant to the conduct of business. The topics covered include: agency law, partnerships, limited liability companies, corporations, fiduciary duties, shareholder liability, shareholder participation in corporate management, securities, insider trading and mergers and acquisitions. Additional course objectives are to increase students’ understanding of the development of business law in the United States and, when appropriate, to compare U.S. law with corporate law in other countries. The course will be taught primarily through discussion of case law and the study of practical examples. In their course papers, students will consider major issues of U.S. law as they relate to the theory and practice of business organizations.
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