Italian legal translation
ContractsGlobal has a network of legal professionals in Germany and the United States to support translating contracts and agreements into and out of German. Our solution supports translating contracts for use in German speaking countries or negotiating contracts with a German speaking party.
Italian legal translation services
Italy is a major target for international expansion in the EU given it's GDP is just over $2 trillion. When expanding into Italy, legal teams face language challenges for their legal contracts and agreements. Not only will they need to translate their legal agreements into Italian, but they will also need to adapt them for Italy's civil law code. Below are services ContractsGlobal help with:
Contract translation for use in Italy
Contract adaption to local legal system
Contract negotiation for Italian speaking party
Playbook creation for new contracts and contract updates
WHAT WE DO
Italian document translation services we offer
Adapt and translate agreements to be used in international markets that fit the legal system and key terminology.
Translate redlines during the contract negotiation process to empower US contract teams to handle international negotiations.
We were very happy with the service, quick turnaround, and communication updates you provided
Risk, Compliance, Tech Services & IP Sr. Manager at Electrical Manufacturing Company
From a legal perspective, their translators often pick up errors in the documents or leave drafting notes for consideration, which is particularly valuable to me.
Sr. Counsel, RingCentral
Italian lawyers and law clerks
Italian Qualified Lawyers
Lawyers in Italy
Experience with US Law
Italian Law Clerks
Italian Legal Translation Experience
Legal Project Management
Language Project Management
What customers are say about our Italian translations
We use ContractsGlobal for our commercial contracts across Europe. We are very pleased with the quality of the work and responsiveness of the team. We have been able to reduce internal time coordinating with different providers and save legal costs. We would recommend partnering with this vendor.
- Senior Commercial Counsel, Technology Company
Italian contracts and agreements
ContractsGlobal translates a variety of Italian contracts and agreements. A high volume of our work relates to online agreements put in place with a company's customers. We also translate contracts related to business operations and sales and marketing. Below is a list of some of the contracts we routinely translate:
Terms of Service
Master Service Agreements
Contract translation and adaption
ContractsGlobal has developed a proprietary process to deliver high quality contract translation to our customers. We understand the performative functions of legal contracts and challenges in drafting contracts for use in international markets. We work closely with our customers to deliver high results while showing great cost savings relative to law firms.
Local Legal System Analysis
Legal Text Expansion
Legal Text Elimination
Subject Matter Considerations
Key Local Legal Terminology
Italy's Legal System and Contracts
Italy operates under codified law. Italian judges are selected professionally and judgement they render are completely governed by the law as codified in the Code of Civil Procedure, originally published in 1942.
Italian Civil Code says a contract is the agreement between two or more parties to establish, regulate or terminate a legally formed relationship about their assets.
Parties of the agreement may freely determine the content of the contract within the limits of the law. In Italy, a contract is finalized when the party who proposed contract has knowledge of the other party's acceptance.
Contract Negotiation Tips in Italy
Italians put a strong emphasis on personal relationships and it is important to keep this in mind when doing business in Italy. Below are some tips to use when engaging in a contract negotiation:
Establish initial relationships through local representatives.
Schedule your meetings 2-3 weeks in advance.
Inform any other parties in the negotiation of attendees and their positions.
If you are running late, you must inform all parties.
Avoiding conflict during negotiation is critical.
Do not try to rush any deal. Have a slow pace.
Focus on win-win solutions that are long term, and not short term.
Italian Speaking Countries
Around 65 million people speak Italian around the world. The top Italian speaking countries are Italy, Switzerland, San Marino, and the Vatican City. Italian is also spoken in Croatia, Slovenia, and Brazil.
Largest Industries in Italy
Italy has a GDP that is just over $2 trillion. The largest industries that help drive the Italian economy are the tourism, manufacturing, agriculture, services and fashion industries.
Becoming a Lawyer in Italy
To become a lawyer in Italy, you need to complete a law course at an Italian University, which is typically 5 years long, and complete a traineeship at an Italian law firm. These traineeships are typically 18 months long.
There are roughly 375 lawyers per 100,000 people in Italy, which is one of the top in the EU.