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Arbitration Interpreters in Munich, Germany 


Professional Arbitration Interpreters in Munich, Germany - TJC Global

TJC Global can provide expert interpretation services covering all aspects of arbitration. 

Our arbitration interpreters in Munich, besides being highly skilled interpreters, have experience working within the legal field. Knowing the highly specialised nature of arbitrations, TJC works to select interpreters with a background or expertise in the subject matter of the case. 

Their knowledge of industry specific terminology means language barriers never become an obstacle to arbitration proceedings - a setting in which effective communication is of paramount importance. 

TJC Global's arbitration interpreting services in Munich cover a wide range of language combinations including: German, French, Arabic, Dutch, Swedish, Czech, Italian, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and many more... 

Need further assistance? TJC Global's services cover a wide range of languages and specialist fields. Please contact us directly - we will be happy to assist you. 

TJC Global is also equipped to provide any legal document translations relating to arbitration.


Why choose TJC Global's Arbitration Interpreters in Munich?

  • We are flexible in accommodating our clients' needs. We work not only to provide highly skilled, experienced translators and interpreters for arbitration proceedings, but also linguists who specialise in a relevant field.
  • Our arbitration interpreters in Munich combine professional training with many years experience. In a high-pressure environment, as arbitration hearings are, experience can make all the difference.  
  • TJC Global is aware of the importance of cultural business knowledge. Our services are set up not only to translate verbal communication, but to help interpret cultural differences and support clients.  For Business Etiquette guides for other countries, please click here.
  • TJC interpreters have earned the trust of hundreds of international law firms, governmental institutions, private companies and many other organisations. To find out more about our previous clients, please click here.

Arbitration in Munich and the rest of Germany 
 

We are also happy to assist you in other cities in Germany and other countries across the globe. Please see Useful Links at the bottom of the page. 


Key fields covered by our Munich arbitration interpreters

Agency
Banking
Commercial Law
Conflict of Laws
Corporate affairs
Criminal Law
Distribution
Energy
Financial services
Foreign Investment
Infrastructure projects
Insurance
Intellectual Property
International Trade
Joint Ventures
Labour law
Oil & Gas
Patents
Project Finance
Project Finance
Public International Law
Reinsurance
Sales and Commercial Contracts
Shipping
Small Claims
Sports Law
Telecommunications
Utilities

The field you require not listed here? We cover a wide variety of fields and industries. Please contact us directly with your enquiry 

 

TJC's Interpretation Services in and around Germany

 
Need language services elsewhere or another type of language support? We are very happy to assist you. Please contact us with your enquiry.
 
We are also happy to assist you in many other global locations. Please see the list of useful links - international arbitration centres at the bottom of the page. 

About Arbitration

Arbitration is a dispute resolution technique in which a third party reviews relevant evidence and imposes a decision that is legally enforceable. 

Arbitrators, who are usually experienced lawyers or other experts in the  field of the case, are chosen either directly by the involved parties themselves or by a third party. 

There are two different forms of arbitration: binding and non-binding. In binding arbitration, parties must agree to abide by the decision of the arbitrator. While in non-binding arbotration, the process is used to help establish an advisory opinion - which the opposing parties may or may not abide by. Arbitrations follow the evidential and procedural regularity of court proceedings but take place out of court, in a less formal and less rigorous setting than litigation.

Arbitration differs from mediation in one key aspect. An arbitrator must remain neutral but in the end, using his/her own expertise and knowledge of the subject, come to an decision as to who is right. A mediator must only assist the parties themselves come to a reconciliation or agreement with no judgement. Although a mediation settlement is also legally enforceable. 

Why not read our blog article on arbitration interpreters?


Useful Links - Arbitration Institutions Worldwide

 
Need further assistance? We are very happy to assist you - please contact us directly with your enquiry. 
 

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