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Court Cases Gone Wrong: Why Hiring a Professional Interpreter Is a Must

  • May 1, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

No one wants to be wrongly accused and found guilty of a crime they didn’t commit. Those who are guilty, and trying to repent, should have the chance to explain themselves in court. The ability to comprehend everything in the courtroom is what makes all the difference in a fair trial, after all. Let’s take […]

Mistranslations Can Become a Legal Liability

  • March 6, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

In today’s increasingly diverse world of fast-paced international business, it’s become common to wonder whether information needs to be translated into multiple languages. This is even more important in the legal industry.   Businesses should ask whether they should retain a professional translation service. For instance, courts have previously ruled that employers who have not […]

The Legal Translator: Part Linguist, Part Scholar, Part Detective

  • February 6, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

Some legal terms just don’t exist in some countries, and that presents special challenges when legal documents need to be translated. Translating legalese word for word is virtually impossible for conveying the intent of a legal instrument. A depth of knowledge and understanding about the legal systems, cultures and languages of different countries is called […]

Legal Translation SME Saves the Day

  • January 9, 2017
  • by Dynamic Language

Lawyers and judges have their own language and though the purpose is clarity, the results aren’t always clear to outsiders. But a lot is at stake with that legal lexicon; court challenges can hinge on the interpretation of a few words, even without the additional burden of translating from one language to another. Translating legal […]

How Document Translation Services Fit In With Service of Process Abroad

  • November 13, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Figuring out how to serve process in a foreign country takes a little know-how. Serving process means delivering legal notice to someone which requires that person to appear in court. When you sue someone, you need to notify them legally that they are being sued and need to appear in court. In the U.S., serving […]

Avoid Risks: Professional Translation Services Can Protect You and Non-English Speaking Legal Clients

  • November 5, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Apparatus often used by a court interpreter. According to the latest census data, there are over 13 million people in the U.S. who don’t speak English well enough to communicate with legal counsel. These numbers have tripled in the last 30 years while overall population growth during that time has only been about 38%. Two-thirds […]

7 Reasons You Need Legal Translation Services For Evidentiary and Financial Documents

  • October 14, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Financial documents may contain specialized language best handled by a skilled translator. Evidentiary and financial documents are official documents that deal with important matters – matters related to money or pending legal cases that could have serious consequences for the parties involved. When evidentiary and financial documents are presented in a language that you don’t […]

Legal Translation Services for Discovery Support

  • October 7, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

Legal cases in other countries present difficulties with language. In legal proceedings, the discovery process is the way each side finds evidence and obtains information that the other side will be using in their case. Attorneys use various procedural devices during the discovery process including investigations and subpoenas. The discovery process can be important in […]

Legal Translation Services: Overcoming Language Barriers of International Adoptions

  • September 21, 2015
  • by Dynamic Language

International adoptions involve lots of paperwork and documentation. International adoptions are complicated, time-consuming and expensive. They involve specific requirements and regulations that must be followed completely in order to have a successful adoption. Many of these regulations were made to protect children from fraud and abuse such as human trafficking. Adoption laws have become increasingly […]

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