SCHOOL OF EUROPEAN COMMERCIAL LAW

7500.00 грн.

A series of practical trainings for lawyers, attorneys, lecturers, postgraduates. 

  • Fundamentals of European Union law: Lisbon Treaty as a basis for European integration (practical aspects of the division of competences between Member States and the EU, especially the legal acts of the European Union)
  • The internal market of the European Union (especially the freedom of movement of goods, movement of services, movement of persons, capital freedom and payments in the EU)
  • Coverage of the main actual practical issues of European integration of Ukraine
  • Legal framework for the functioning of the free trade zone
  • Implementation and restoration of the European competitive environment: the main practical aspects of competition law (EU and Ukraine)
  • Dispute settlement mechanisms under the Association Agreement between the country and the EU
  • Labor and social regulation

Certified program for lawyers, attorneys, all who are interested in special aspects of jurisprudence and international law.

Each participant receives a certificate of completion of the course of study.

The training is supplemented by the use of legal terminology in English (legal English).

The training involves case studies.

Each participant receives a set of educational literature (book as a gift).


Block №1

Fundamentals of European Union law:

  • The Lisbon Treaty as the basis for European integration: the EU institutional framework, the legislative process in the European Union;
  • Practical aspects of the division of competences between Member States and the EU;
  • Features of legal acts of the European Union and harmonization of legislation of the member states;
  • The role of judicial practice in the development of integration within the EU;
  • System of international treaties of the EU with third countries and international organizations;
  • Practical aspects of Brexit and its consequences.

2 lectures for 3 hours

Lecturer: Smirnova K.V.


Block №2

The domestic market of the European Union. Free Trade Area as a Form of Economic Integration of Ukraine with the European Union:

  • Domestic market in the EU. General characteristics and stages of formation.
  • Freedom of movement of goods: legal principles, basic concepts and jurisprudence. Components of free movement of goods: cancellation of duties and measures of equivalent effect; abolition of discriminatory internal taxation; abolition of quantitative restrictions and measures equivalent to quantitative restrictions.
  • Freedom of movement of persons: workers vs. citizens; direct and indirect discrimination; key court cases and principles; mutual recognition of professional qualifications.
  • Freedom of establishment and freedom of movement of services: legal principles; basic concepts; key lawsuits and principles.
  • Freedom of movement of capital and payments in the EU.
  • Europeanisation of national legislation as a condition of Ukraine’s access in the EU internal market. Mechanisms of harmonization of legislation on an example of separate spheres (phytosanitary measures, technical standards, state purchases, intellectual property, etc.).
  • Practical issues in exporting Ukrainian goods to the EU.

2 lectures for 3 hours

Lecturer: Berezovska I.A. 

 


Block №3

“Europeanisation” of competition law of Ukraine:

  • Conditions and principles of observance of EU competition rules in the national legal system of Ukraine: law-making and law-enforcement aspects
  • The concept of the market and the methodology for determining the relevant market in the EU and Ukraine
  • Modalities for vertical and horizontal agreements: the practice of the EU and Ukraine
  • Basic procedures for abuse of a dominant position: the practice of the EU and Ukraine
  • Control over concentrations in the EU and Ukraine
  • Europeanisation of enforcement practice in the field of competition law in Ukraine
  • Analysis of the most interesting cases in the EU law (in particular, Microsoft, Google, Pierre Fabre Case), as well as analysis of Ukrainian practice (in particular, AMCU decision on Gazprom, Tedis, decisions in the pharmaceutical sector, market analysis)
  • Modern trends in the development of legal mechanisms for the protection of economic competition (e-commerce, digital trade & barriers) and features of extra-territoriality;
  • The concept of state aid in the EU and in Ukraine
    A set of EU law rules in the area of ​​state aid (EU primary and secondary law and European jurisprudence).

The training is supplemented by the use of legal terminology in English (legal English).

The training involves case studies.

Each participant receives a set of educational literature (book as a gift).

3 lectures for 3 hours

Lecturer: Smirnova K.V.

 


Block №4

Jurisdiction of the European Court of Justice and dispute resolution mechanisms in the Association Agreement between Ukraine and the EU:

  • Procedure for the preliminary conclusion
  • The procedure for bringing Member States to account for non-compliance with EU law
  • Procedure for repeal of EU acts
  • Procedure for bringing in institutions and bodies of the EU accountable for the performance of their duties and procedure for damages caused by the activities of institutions and bodies of the EU or their officials
  • The content and significance of the dispute settlement mechanism for the implementation of the Association Agreement
  • The general mechanism for resolving disputes under the Association Agreement and the dispute settlement mechanisms provided for in the Free Trade Area (consultation, arbitration, mediation)

2 lectures for 3 hours

Lecturer: Svyatun O.V.

 


Block №5

Protecting workers’ rights: the practice of the European Court of Human Rights and EU law and practice:

  • Main provisions of labor law of the EU and legislation of Ukraine;
  • Labor contract vs. civil-law contract (judicial practice of different countries, evidence base);
  • Protection of workers from unjustified dismissal;
  • Prohibition of discrimination in the field of labor and employment, prohibition of wearing religious clothing;
  • Lawfulness of employee monitoring (video surveillance, listening to telephone conversations, access to private information on a work computer, social networks);
  • Salary as owner of the worker;
  • Temporarily seconded workers (analysis of new EU legislation);
  • Borrowed employees: European standards and legislation of Ukraine;
  • Rights of employees in case of companies transferring

The training is based on the analysis of the practice of the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights, envisages case studies.

1 lecture for 3 hours

Lecturer: Fedorova A.

 


 

The cost of all tretings from 5 blocks = 7500 UAH

It is possible to buy one or more blocks (specify with manager).

For students  or graduates of the IIR= 6999 UAH