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  • Opcioni kurs za studente treće godine
  • Obavezan predmet na prvoj godini Pravnog fakulteta.
  • Osnovi sociologija i sociologija prava. Obavezan kurs na prvoj godini Pravnog fakulteta.

  • Obavezni predmet na trecoj godini osnovnih studija na Pravnom fakultetu Univerziteta u Beogradu

  • Obavezan predmet četvrte godine studija Pravnog fakulteta Univerziteta u Beogradu.
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  • Obavezan predmet treće godine studija na Pravnom fakultetu Univerziteta u Beogradu.
  • Obavezni predmet na prvoj godini studija
  • Trgovinsko pravo izučava trgovce (privredne subjekte) i pravne poslove koje oni zaključuju u obavljanju svoje delatnosti.

  • Kompanijsko pravo izučava privredne subjekte - njihovu organizaciju, funkcionisanje, povezivanje i prestanak.
  • The course aims to equip students with basic skills and knowledge on scientific research, use of legal sources on the internet, academic communication and presentation of results, as well as on English terminology which pertains to European integration and capability to use the relevant terminology.
  • What is legal research? Why do we need legal research now? The legal research strategy. Legal Writing: The process of legal writing. Plain English for lawyers. How to find legal sources at library or on Internet? Sources of EU Law: Primary sources of EU Law. Secondary sources of EU Law. Sources of law in SRB. Accessible forms (paper, on-line, web). Citation and Quotations: Systems of citations: EU, SRB. Systems of quotations: EU, SRB. Abbreviations, descriptors and cross references: POGESTEI Written Papers (Seminar papers. LL M thesis). Oral Presentation (Oral presentation - structure and general principles. Seminar papers and LLM thesis presentation).
  • Relevant terminology concerning foundations of European integrations: EU constitution, judicial protection, international private law, accession and integration. EU business law terminology: competition law, company law, tax law and intellectual property law. Political and social rights terminology: human rights, democracy, discrimination, labor and social law, environmental law. International policy terminology: trade policy, neighborhood policy, EU enlargement, foreign, security and defense policy.
  • About the Internet (Brief History of the Internet. Definition of the Internet. How to Access the Internet). Internet Services (What the Internet Offers. About "www". E-mail. Other Internet Services). Internet Presentation for Lawyers (Primary Legal Sources. EU Legislation Databases. EU Court Decisions Databases. Secondary Legal Sources. Legal Journals. Publications and Legal Databases. Law Libraries. Search Engines). Major Institutions on the Internet (European Union. University Law Schools. Research Institutions. Legal Non-Governmental Organizations. Bar Associations. Local Governments. International Institutions).
  • Knowledge of the judicial system of the European Union and the nature of judicial protection available to individuals, undertakings and member states may be of immediate use to lawyers working for domestic companies that operate on the EU markets and to professionals working in administrative authorities in charge of international trade.
  • The course deals with the communitarization of private international law in the EU. Issues regarding its legal bases in the TEC, i.e. Articles 61-69 and particularly Article 65, the effects of Article 65 TEC on the legislative competence of Member States in the area of private international law and on the external relations, i.e. relations to third countries will be considered.
  • The EU tax framework has contributed to avoid large fiscal imbalances in EU Member States, as well as to the establishment of macroeconomic stability at the single market. The main intention of this course is to elaborate ways how the EU has been attempting to minimize differences in the national tax legislations in last past decades and how much it has been successful in this process. The legal and economic background to taxation in the European Union in terms of both EU and national policy is explored in the course. Students are introduced with the tax measures already taken at the Community level, their legal basis, the proposals for Community action in the area of taxation currently under discussion within the Council, as well as the Community policy towards indirect and, especially, direct tax harmonization. Not only the recent achievements in establishing the Internal Market without tax obstacles are assessed, but also ongoing initiatives and further challenges. The course presents basic principles of EU Tax Law and students are given an insight into EU tax policy. The course covers European tax harmonization policies both referring indirect and direct taxes. This course also serves the purpose of giving an overview of the legal decisions of the European Court of Justice on tax issues. The course highlights the connections between national sovereignty and "Europeanization", as well as between the subsidiarity principle and the increasing need for the EU-wide coordination.

  • This course focuses on theoretical and practical issues related to the status of business entities, their organization and liability, as well as division of powers, and interest groups within their structure.

    The Company Law of the EU deals with regulations concerning particularities of the private associations of the legal subjects and their capital, with the purpose of attaining certain common (and, indirectly private) interests on this ground. As such, it represents the integral part of the European Law, and one of its most important segments. Its introduction and application is of great significance for the harmonization of domestic regulations, as well as the creation of the unified standards for conducting business activities in the European market.

  • Competition law is one of the pillars on which the EU has been built. It has been regarded and treated as a paramount instrument in creating and strengthening single European market. The course will center on theoretical and practical issues of EU Competition policy and will try to juxtapose those issues and policies with those adopted (and needed) in Serbia. It will provide not only an overview of EU legislation, institutions and case law in this area, but will also try to pinpoint problematic areas, disputable rulings of the relevant European courts and map possible future developments.

    The course will deal with horizontal and vertical restrictive practices, mergers and acquisitions, institutional issues and the state aid.

    It is expected that the course would best serve those who intend to work in competition authorities, law offices dealing with competition issues and corporate in-house lawyers who work (or intend to work) in companies of substantial size - substantial enough to attract attention of competition authorities.
  • There can be no extensive area of law which has been more affected by the impact of Europe than that of Intellectual Property. Teaching of substantive EU law would be incomplete without a course dealing with Intellectual Property rights. Therefore, Intellectual Property Law should be understood as an important part of the regulation of the Internal Market. Consequently, this course inter-relates with other proposed courses dealing with the Internal Market and especially "The fundamental freedoms of the EU", "Competition law and policy of the EU" and "Company law of the EU".
  • The aims of the course are to offer doctrinal basis for understanding problems of democratic capacity of the EU polity, the prospects of the EU civil society development and its interrelation with the local and global level of civil society development, and especially the role of human rights in the European Union.

    This course encompasses two basic topics: European Union as Democratic Polity, and Human and Minority Rights in the EU.
  • Importance of the Course contents is to stress the legal components of the European social law model (Concept used by European institutions), based on social protection and sound economic performance. The concept comprises various components - social acquis, social policy, social and economic cohesion, and social integration, but above all the crucial importance of fundamental social rights and mechanism of their protection at European level. Fundamental social rights are guaranteed by CE Revised European Social Charter and European convention on human rights and freedoms (art. 4 and 11), regulations of European Community law, including Charter of fundamental social rights of workers (1989) and Charter of Nice (2000). Selected case law of ECHR and European Committee for social rights (CE) and case law of European Court of Justice are analysed. Collective social rights - legal aspects of European social dialogue at different levels and institutions of industrial democracy (European Works Council) are treated as well.
  • The POGESTEI EU Environment Policy and Law - Aspects of Human Rights Course is complimentary with other courses presented within the Human Aspects of European Integration Module (V). As a course in policy and law, is represents a base for students to acquire the basic knowledge of EU environmental policy and law by means of researching and analyzing literature, EU and other international environmental policy documents and legal sources, as well as available Internet sources in this field. In the context of "European Integration Law", this course is to ensure a quality approach to outstanding environmental policy and legal issues facing the EU and countries within its immediate geographical and political neighbourhood. Apart form the general framework of environmental policy and law, students will acquire knowledge from different legal fields such as constitutional, penal, civil and administrative law and see how they interact, both with reference to preventive actions (e.g. work licenses, etc.) and repressive measures (e.g. mandatory fines, due process, liability, etc).
  • The course deals with a complex issue: the policy and relations of the EU with its neighbors, i.e. the counties in the geographical area of Eastern Europe (Russian Federation, Belarus, Ukraine, Moldova), the so-called Western Balkan countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia - FYROM, Monte Negro and Serbia) and the Mediterranean countries (Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Lebanon, Morocco, Tunisia, The Palestinian Authorities and Syria). The relations of EU with its neighborhood represent a basic political, socio-economic, strategic and security issue for the EU. It is closely inter-related with the "EU trade policy and the world", the "Common foreign, security and defence policy of the EU" and the "Geopolitical perspectives and consequences of the EU enlargement". The course represents in fact the basic element of all the mentioned "foreign relations" of the EU.
  • The EU trade policy is the cornerstone of the EU integration as it is a prerequisite of the single market and its competitiveness with its effects to all the EU member states. The main intention of the course is to explain the core of the EU trade policy and its interaction with the World, i.e. EU trading partners. The basic of trade policies are explored in the initial stage of the course, including the economics of international trade and the international institutional settings. Students are then introduced to the fundamentals of the EU trade policy, including its history, its aims and its main mechanisms (including tariffs, non-tariff barriers, anti-dumping policies, safeguards, state aid and competition policy). Specific trade policies of the EU are explored within the framework of the relations between the EU and the WTO, emphasizing the Doha Development Agenda (Doha round) controversies, in which the EU protectionism in some of areas of trade policy provided to be one of the main obstacles for the successful conclusion of the Doha round. Furthermore, specific EU trade policy are thoroughly explored in the case of the USA (including recent EU v. US trade conflicts) and in the case of China (including recent anti-dumping cases). Students are introduced to the EU preferential trade agreements, their both economic and political rationale and enforcement mechanisms. Finally, the EU history of trade disputes and the mechanism that have been used for their settlement are reviewed.
  • This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth knowledge of the geopolitical perspectives and consequences of the EU enlargement towards the applicant countries and EU as a whole. New political, economic and social issues has been raised by the rapid and enormous EU enlargement within less than a decade, and the fact that the applicant countries are numerous and diverse. Therefore, this course should develop students' capabilities to understand different issues, such as the long term economic and geopolitical interests in the EU, the nature of EU borders, the process of negotiation, the degree of the growing regional gaps in Europe, the impact of migration, the benefits and disadvantages of the EU enlargement, and the consequences of non-enlargement in the near future.
  • Opcioni predmet na master studijama prava intelektualne svojine.

  • Opcioni predmet na master studijama prava intelektualne svojine.

  • Opcioni predmet na master studijama prava intelektualne svojine.
  • Obavezni predmet na master studijama prava intelektualne svojine
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