a. Knowledge and understanding:
tools for crisis management of enterprise, their limitations and their potential.
b. Ability to apply knowledge and understanding:
build all matters relating to the main insolvency proceedings.
c. Making judgments:
compare different alternatives for dealing with the crisis of the enterprise.
d. Communication skills:
expose the solutions prepared and know how to prepare the documents necessary to implement the chosen solution or the different possible alternatives.
and. Ability to learn:
learn the essentials of a bankruptcy proceeding, both from a theoretical point of view and in relation to their practical application.
Legal knowledge of the bankruptcy proceedings, the company valuation and the basics of tax law.
Course contents summary
The laboratory on corporate crisis will deepen simulative techniques with the main aspects of application of the insolvency proceedings.
The arrangement and the main obligations connected with its proposal and its realization (instance of agreed and agreed "blank", affidavit of the professional evaluation of the company, the report of the commissioner, the effects of the agreement in continuity, evaluations of creditors and the vote). The failure and the main requirements that it entails (filed for bankruptcy, establishing liabilities and reports of the curator, inventory and settlement program, the evaluations in bankruptcy, contractual relations in bankruptcy, bankruptcy).
Legal texts and materials provided by the teacher
Exercises with simulative techniques and seminars
Assessment methods and criteria
The verification will be done through the evaluation of the materials produced by students during the laboratory and on the basis of the presentation that will do. In particular, the knowledge and the ability to apply knowledge will be assessed through the analysis of case studies reported by student in working papers; the ability to communicate appropriately and the independence of judgment will be verified by the participation of the student to analysis and discussion during the course.