European Union Business Law

Objectives of the course: knowledge, understanding, studying thoroughly, acquiring information and the preparation to apply the information acquired in the field of European business law (customs union; EU legislation in the field of customs law; the dynamics of the right of establishment, the rules applicable in the field of competition, etc.), studying the four fundamental freedoms: free movement of persons, goods, services and capital, and the professional orientation for students in order for them to be able, after graduation, to apply to specific competitions in this above-mentioned domains, at national and European level.
The course starts with the presentation of conceptual clarifications, the objectives of the European Communities and the European Union, and the main sources of business law. Other topics provide details on the free movement of goods, persons, services, capital and payments, and on the Community competition law, too.

The purpose of the course is to make students understand the importance of the freedoms of movement (regulations, exceptions, safeguard clauses) from the perspective of Romania’s integration to the European Union, of the position, interests and content of the obligations of the administrative and judicial authorities in Romania, as a result of the accession to the EU. At the same time, the course aims not only at providing a professional orientation for students in order for them to contribute, after graduation, to the activities necessary for Romania’s current European integration process, but also at understanding the status as a EU Member State, having specific rights and obligations, in the context of the European competition law.