24 Sept. Translating Japanese Contracts II: Knotty Problems and How to Untangle them Gracefully
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Sep 1, 2015

24 September.
Have you ever been really stuck on a legal document? This webinar, which is a follow-up to Translating Japanese Contracts, will look in depth at a selection of tricky obstacles often found in Japanese legal writing such as the use of archaic language, references to Japanese corporate structures and the allocation of risk, and possible approaches to their solution. Participants will also be invited, in advance of the webinar, to send in problems that they are currently stuck on or translation issues that have left them with lingering doubts. These will be discussed in a workshop-style webinar.
Further information about this and a previous relevant webinar are available here:
https://www.ecpdwebinars.co.uk/downloads/translating-japanese-contracts-2/


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