Legal and Court Interpreters
TJC Global provides court and legal interpreting / interpretation services across the globe. At locations including London, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Madrid, Rome, New York, Tokyo, Beijing and in many other regions worldwide, our highly accurate and technical legal / court interpreters facilitate communication between different languages both inside and outside the courtroom. To find out more please visit TJC Oxford's Legal Interpreting page or to request a quote for a legal / court interpreter please contact us on email@example.com .
The following lists just some of the legal settings in which our qualified and experienced court / conference interpreters work, in depositions, arbitration, litigation, tribunals, international dispute resolution, trials and many more:
- International law: Public International law, Private international law, Conflict of laws, European Union law, United Nations (UN), World Trade Organisation (WTO), International Monetary Fund (IMF), International Court of Justice.
- Human rights law: Civil liberties, Civil rights, Universal Declaration of Human Rights, European Convention on Human Rights, the European Court of Human Rights, the U.S. Bill of Rights, the Treaty of Lisbon, the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union.
- Company / Commercial / Business law: Intellectual property law, copyrights, trademarks, patents, limited liability, commercial law, agency, insurance law, bills of exchange, insolvency and bankruptcy law, sales law, Contract law, Tort law (delicts, civil wrongs), negligence law, injuries, liability, offenders, breaches of contract, assault, battery, trespass, defamation, unsupportable allegations, economic torts, labour law, trade unions, bankruptcy/debt, Broker Fraud, communications law, employment law.
- Tax law: Value Added Tax, Corporate tax, Income tax, Banking law, Financial regulation, Investment, Economic crises.
- Immigration law: Nationality law, the Rights of Foreigners, Citizenship, the Right of Asylum.
- Maritime Law / Admiralty law: the Law of the Sea, Free Trade, Commerce, Shipping, Global Market, Maritime Liens.
- Family law: marriage, separation, divorce proceedings, the rights of children, rights to property and money.
- Criminal Law: International Criminal Court, Criminal procedure, assault, fraud, theft, self defence (defense), prison, fines, juries, capital punishment, community service, rehabilitation.
- Property law: Real estate, personal property, mortgages, rental agreements, licenses, covenants, easements, land registration, intellectual property, company law, trusts, commercial law.
- International Environment Law, Environmental law, Conservation Law Foundation, Environmental law Alliance Worldwide, Environmental Law and Policy Center, Environmental Law Institute, biophysical and natural environment, impacts on human activities, ecology, conservation, responsibility, stewardship, sustainability, Kyoto Protocol, Global climate change, air quality, water quality, agriculture, biodiversity, species protection, pesticides, hazardous chemicals, waste management, remediation, contaminated land, smart growth, sustainable development, impact review, public lands, natural resources, OECD, FAO, Eco-taxes, emission trading, Clean Technology law.
Other legal areas: Administrative law, Public law, Advocacy, Agricultural law, Aviation law, Banking law, Charity law, Civil litigation, Commercial litigation, Common law, Corporate finance, Defamation law, EU law, Education law, Health law, Insurance law, Intellectual property law, Licensing law, Military law, Pensions law, Planning law,Employment Law, Juvenile Law, Legal Malpractice, Medical Malpractice, Municipal Law, Product Liability, Public Benefits, Real Estate Law, Securities Law, Labour Law, Health and Safety, Minimum wage, Competition law, Antitrust law, Consumer Welfare, Consumer law, Contractual terms.
To find out more about our interpreting and translation services please see www.tjc-oxford.com or contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org .
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