Before attending this course it is necessary to pass all the exams relating to foundation courses as indicated by the Department rules.
The course will deal with the study of the main issues of Private International Law. A particular focus will be devoted to the analysis of the specific subjects regulated by European Regulations.
The Course covers the following topics:
Role and Function of Private International Law. The Italian System. The Applicable Law. The Scope of Private International Law. Rules on Conflicts of Law. Connecting Factors. Preliminary Questions. The Legal Qualification. Interpretation and Enforcement of Foreign Law. The Referral. Public Order. The Constitution and Private International Law. Referral to the Law of States with Several Legal Systems. International Jurisdiction. The Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Decisions. European Regulations n. 44/2001 and n. 2201/2003. Contractual and non-Contractual Obligations.
No further information is provided
Mosconi F., Campiglio C., Diritto internazionale privato e processuale- Parte generale e obbligazioni, vol. I, UTET, Torino, 2015
The course is organised in classes and seminars in which the active participation of students will be required, in order to better understand the legal issues dealt with in class
The preparation of students will be evaluate through seminars and coursework. The final test will be in the form of oral interview. However the professor may decide to replace the oral interview, totally or in part, with a written exam.