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2014/2015  KAN-CIEBO2012U  EU Internet Law (P)

English Title
EU Internet Law (P)

Course information

Language English
Course ECTS 7.5 ECTS
Type Mandatory
Level Full Degree Master
Duration One Semester
Course period Spring
Timetable Course schedule will be posted at calendar.cbs.dk
Study board
Study Board for BSc/MSc in Business Administration and Information Systems, MSc
Course coordinator
  • Jan Trzaskowski - Law Department (LAW)
Administrator: Trine Buch - tb.jur@cbs.dk
Main academic disciplines
  • Business Law
  • Information Systems
  • Innovation and entrepreneurship
Last updated on 08-01-2015
Learning objectives
After this course, the student should be able to:
  • describe and discuss central legal issues relating to EU Internet law,
  • identify concrete legal issues in real situations and suggest relevant legal solutions,
  • Analyse legal problems based on relevant sources of law.
EU Internet Law:
Exam ECTS 7,5
Examination form Oral exam based on written product

In order to participate in the oral exam, the written product must be handed in before the oral exam; by the set deadline. The grade is based on an overall assessment of the written product and the individual oral performance.
Individual or group exam Individual
Size of written product Max. 5 pages
Assignment type Synopsis
Written product to be submitted on specified date and time.
20 min. per student, including examiners' discussion of grade, and informing plus explaining the grade
Preparation time No preparation
Grading scale 7-step scale
Examiner(s) Internal examiner and external examiner
Exam period May/June
Make-up exam/re-exam
Same examination form as the ordinary exam
Course content and structure

This course focus on EU law relevant for the Internet with particular focus on e-business in the Internal Market.

The course may comprise the following topics:

- Introduction to EU Law and sources of law
- The Internal Market
- Products, including copyrights
- Marketing, including use of social media and trademarks
- Contracting and performance of contractual obligations
- Redress, including dispute settlement

Teaching methods
Case-based teaching with focus on discussion of cases.
Student workload
Attending class session 36 hours
Reading and preparing for in-class discussion 96 hours
Out-of-class discussions/preparation for cases 50 hours
Preparation for individual exams 25 hours
Expected literature

ELGAR ONLINE (free access at CBS):

1) Andrej Savin: EU Internet Law

2) Andrej Savin & Jan Trzaskowski: Research Handbook in EU Internet Law.

Last updated on 08-01-2015