Welcome to the course International Commercial Law at Mälardalen University.
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Once again welcome to the course.
Thank you for the interesting lectures. I have a question.
What is the difference between regulations and decisions?
A regulation is automatically applicable to all citizens in member states.
A decision is only binding to whom it is addressed
Hello I missed lecture 3 and went back over the movies to catch up on what I’ve missed. However, I have a question about indirect effects. Do indirect effects only apply to a horizontal level? Do indirect effects only effect on an individual to individual, individual to company, or company to company claim?
You mentioned what was allowed and not allowed to write in the law text compendium. Would you like to specify again so we don´t accidentally cheat 😉
See Study Guide page 6 for complete information about what is allowed
What is private international law? and how does it impact seller and buyer when both are not members of CISG? I did not understand this.
Is the legal accept time limit always 34 days, or it is up to the court to decide that?
You have mentioned earlier that each group has to tell you which case they will choose in order to get your approval before starting their work, when and how are we going to do that?
Is the EEC treaty a part of the TFEU treaty, or it is a separate treaty?
Must all member states of the EU agree before the EU sign a convention? and can a member state refuse or go out from a convention?
You said that patent right has a time limit, and it’s common that the price of a product gets cheaper when the patent right expires, could you give an example of that?
How are the EU and other international organizations such as WTO, WIPO and UNESCO financed? Do all members contribute to the financing?
What is fair use, and how does it affect copyright?
Why did you sign an agreement with Time Inc, since you didn’t infringe their trademark? Was the agreement necessary to get your trademark approved?
Do I need to have a contract with STIM even if I play music from the radio in the company’s office?