EVS Translations positions itself as a quality provider for diverse legal translation requirements. Headquartered in Germany, our network of international offices support your business to achieve long-term value from corporate translation spend. Our core client base includes general counsels and corporate legal departments with very specialised legal translation demand as well as DACH region and global law firms which have a broader demand for legal translation support.
Large in-house teams mean clients receive consistent results, even on rapid turnaround times. Linguists are supported by staff specialised in large-scale and sensitive multilingual projects. Certified and scalable processes across all offices allow for management of extremely high peak workload capacity as well as high constant demand. Underpinning this is translation technology, used to optimise workflows and ensure clients receive ideal formats and files in accordance with data security measures.
The EVS Translations in-house model routinely outperforms the agency model preferred by the majority of LSPs in today’s market. The complexity and importance of legal translations requires delivery of quality products within a secure and agile workflow, often under considerable time pressure. From Standard-, Swiss- and Austrian-German to large multilingual projects, we've got you covered.
Disruptive innovation is reshaping the legal sector bringing challenges, but also opportunities. AI solutions enable law firms to automate certain tasks and service offerings. This helps to reduce costs, improve efficiency and, ultimately, make a business more competitive. Our report explains how language technology supports large-scale legal document translation for cross-border transactions. Automated foreign language data searching means law firms can rapidly find the information they need.
- Translation, transcription, interpreting
- AI-driven document review & document digitisation
- Corporate law including M&A
- Real estate law
- Employment law
- Tax law
- Litigation and arbitration
- Supra-national bodies, EU, competition and trade
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