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Professor
FRANCO MAURIZIO BANDIERA (Tit.)
ANNA PAOLA UGAS
Period
First Semester 
Teaching style
Convenzionale 
Lingua Insegnamento
ITALIANO 



Informazioni aggiuntive

Course Curriculum CFU Length(h)
[1/31]  LAW [31/00 - Ord. 2017]  PERCORSO COMUNE 6 48

Objectives

The course aims to study the liability of the intellectual professional. The student must demonstrate that he has acquired the teorical knowledge necessary for the solution of jiurisprudential cases regarding professional liability.
The course has also been designed to provide students with the analytical tools that are used during legal practice.
Students’ learning outcomes include:
- learning the legal principles of the law of obligations in terms of default and liability.
- practical application of core principles to selected case studies
- acquiring good argumentative skills
- acquiring legal terminology and being able to convey clear and effective messages and results, discussing issues and possible implications
- acquiring and making use of sound methodology during the legal practice

Prerequisites

For the study of the subject and to take the exam, students must have positively supported that of private law.

Contents

Courses will be held in person, but will also be accessible online.
The lessons include the exposition of the opinions of the doctrine and the examination of the jurisprudence. Aime of the course is to allow the student to solve practical cases in the matter and professional liability.

Teaching Methods

- In-class lectures: 28-32 hours;
- Training seminars, some of which would potentially be given with the participation of the teaching assistants: 10- 12 hours;
- Analysis and discussion of specific case studies by students: 6- 8 hours.

Verification of learning

The exam will take place orally. The mark be given in thirtieths.

The final grade is awarded according to the following criteria:
1. general knowledge of the discipline
2. competence in answering questions, good argumentative and logical thinking skills
3. knowledge of related articles of law and interpretative skills
4. ability to use legal terminology
5. ability to logically and appropriately connect the various topics covered in the course
6. ability to make practical use of the principles learnt during the course to solve ad hoc cases
7. course attendance
Furthermore, the grading system is divided into the following five ranges:
- 18-21: Sufficient knowledge of the articles of law and some basic understating of the topics at hand. Sufficient argumentative skills, but use of the relevant terminology could certainly be improved.
- 21-24: Adequate knowledge of the articles of law, but understating of the topics at hand could certainly be improved. Better use of the appropriate terminology could certainly be an advantage.
- 25-27: Good knowledge of the articles of law. Sound understanding of course content. Good use of terminology and good argumentative and logical thinking skills that help the student to connect the topics at hand.
- 28-30: Excellent knowledge of course contents. Excellent use of terminology and extremely good reasoning skills. Good mastery of the articles of law and good interpretation skills.
- 30 Cum laude: Exceptional understanding and knowledge of the topics at hand as shown during the lecturer-student discussion.
In accordance with the rules of this degree programme, the lecturer can set written or oral mid-course assessments to evaluate the progress of attending students.

Texts

-Nicolussi, Le obbligazioni, Milano, 2020, da pag. 118 a pag. 157 (totale number of pages 39);
- Osti, Impossibilità sopravveniente, in Noviss. Dig it., vol. VIII, 1962, Torino, pp. 287-300 (total number of pages 14);
- Bianca, Voce “Negligenza”, in Enc. dir., vol. XXVII, 1977, Milano, pp. 190-196 (total number of pages 7);

- Sicchiero, Dalle obbligazioni “di mezzi e di risultato” alle “obbligazioni governabili o non governabili”, in Contratto e impresa, 2016, 5, pp. 1391-1421 (total number of pages 31);
- Franzoni, La responsabilità civile del personale medico dopo la legge Gelli, in Istituzioni del federalismo, 2, 2017, pp. 345-364 (total number of pages 20).


- Caroccia, in Marinelli e Caroccia, Contratto d’opera e prestazione d’opera intellettuale, in Tratt. del notariato, Napoli, 2013, pp. 245-255 (number of pages 11);

-Sicchiero, Dalle obbligazioni “di mezzi e di risultato” alle “obbligazioni governabili o non governabili”, in Contratto e impresa, 2016, 5, pp. 1391-1421 (total number of pages 31);
- Perulli, Il lavoro autonomo, in Tratt. Cicu-Messineo, XXVII, t. 1, Milano, 1996, pp. 417-426, 449-456 e pp. 564-620 (number of pages 72);
- Franzoni, La responsabilità civile del personale medico dopo la legge Gelli, in Istituzioni del federalismo, 2, 2017, pp. 345-364 (number of pages 20).

More Information

Prof. Bandiera (bandiera@unica.it) will receive students on thursday, from 18.30 am to 19.30 pm., in the virtual classroom on MS TEAMS, https://teams.microsoft.com/l/channel/19%3ab4cefb55a8dc4f5c8670f9612e7ee180%40thread.tacv2/Generale?groupId=098a9a29-396a-4c09-b8ef-6b2288340450&tenantId=6bfa74cc-fe34-4d57-97d3-97fd6e0edee1.
La Prof. Ugas wil receive students on thursday, from 9 am to 11 at his office.

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