Legal Translation Solutions

Accelerating cross-border transactions, mergers & acquisitions, and government investigations through enterprise language services

Delivering legal translation solutions tailored to meet the needs of the legal industry

At CSOFT, we understand that the devil is in the details and that when it comes to legal translation of complex documents, the slightest error can have a profound impact. We use only the most highly qualified, in-country linguists, all with specialized legal training, coupled with our ISO 9001:2008 quality management system, to deliver highly accurate legal translation services in 100+ languages.

CSOFT has experience localizing and translating materials across several different types of law. Our team of cultural and subject matter experts take the utmost care with your material to ensure quality across many different legal fields.

CSOFT provides end-to-end solutions for all your legal translation needs

Powered by our international legal experts, we provide language support for our legal clients in North America, Asia, and the European Union, we have the legal translation solutions to meet all of your language needs, including:

International M&A Due Diligence

Markman Hearing Support

Hart-Scott-Rodino Filings

Class Action Antitrust Litigation

White-Collar Crime Investigations

Cross-border Litigation Support

DOJ and FTC Investigations

International Cartel Investigations

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Markman Hearing

A Markman hearing is a standard pretrial hearing in a U.S. District Court during which a judge examines evidence from all parties on the appropriate meanings of relevant keywords used in a patent infringement claim.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)

An amendment to the Securities Exchange Act created to sanction bribery of foreign officials by publicly held US companies.

Cross-Border Factoring

Concluding a transaction by a network of factors across borders. The exporter’s factor can contact correspondent factors in other countries to handle the collection of accounts receivable.

Hart Scott Rodino Act

A law requiring entities that acquire certain amounts of stock or assets of a company to inform the Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice and to observe a waiting period before completing the transaction.

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