When it comes to writing business emails, there are certain etiquette rules that you should follow to ensure effective communication with your recipients. One common practice is to use cc and bcc to include additional recipients in your emails. However, many people are still unsure about when to use these fields and how to use
4 Legal English Podcast | Episode 036 Are you curious about how the American and English legal systems compare? Do you want to know what similarities they share and how they differ? Join us in this episode of 4 Legal English as we explore the nuances of these two systems. Whether you are a law
When conducting business across borders, drafting and negotiating contracts can be complex and challenging. International contracts require careful attention to detail, especially when it comes to important clauses that can impact the parties involved in the transaction. In this blog post, we’ll explore some of the key contract clauses to consider in international business transactions.
In today’s globalized world, the ability to communicate effectively in English is essential for success in many professions, including law. As an aspiring lawyer or law student, you may find yourself working with international clients or colleagues, or conducting legal research in English. In this post, we will discuss the importance of learning legal English
Jury trials are a fundamental component of many legal systems around the world, including the United States and England. However, the way in which jury trials are conducted can differ significantly between these two countries. In this blog post, we will explore some of the key differences between jury trials in the US and England.Composition
4 Legal English Podcast | Episode 031 On today’s docket, we will discuss a case that just had oral arguments at the Supreme Court of the United States. The name of the case is In Re Grand Jury. It is quite unusual for a case to make it to the Supreme Court and the petitioner