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Author: Paige Dygert

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OLT inaugura “Le parole del diritto”

Online Legal Translations ha annunciato la nascita del suo nuovo blog dal titolo “Le parole del diritto”. Sul blog di OLT troverai spunti di linguistica giuridica, aggiornamenti sul settore delle traduzioni e dei servizi linguistici e potrai avere risposte su come ampliare il tuo mercato a nuovi paesi e nuove lingue....


Online Legal Translations Founder to Present at “BP19” Translation Conference. 

OLT’s founder, Paige Dygert has been selected to speak at the prestigious “BP19” Translation Conference  in beautiful Bologna, Italy, in May, 2019 where she will conduct a one-hour talk for legal translators entitled “What Do Legal Clients Want?” The talk will be designed to help language service providers communicate clearly and provide high-quality language services to the busy and highly-discerning legal community. The BP conference series began in 2014 and has experienced explosive growth as the premier translation conference worldwide. The conference will include presentations and workshops hosted by such well-known Language Service Personalities as Tess Whitty and Javier Ortiz, and includes...



This past year has been a banner year for Online Legal Translations. We are happy to have experienced unprecedented growth this year, both in volume, number of clients and activities in the Legal and Translation communities. We've added exciting new services and language combinations to our portfolio of offerings, we engaged in Social Media around the web and around the world, as well as publishing several articles and series on relevant legal translation content. The company began accepting PayPal and Transferwise along with traditional bank tranfsers, credit cards and even good old-fashioned checks. Additionally, OLT’s founder appeared at live on-line events in...


Online Legal Translations Founder Appears as Guest on “She Hit Refresh.”

On November 27, 2018, OLT’s founder, Paige Dygert appeared on the popular website She Hit Refresh as a Guest Blogger with her article “Moving Abroad? What to Do With Your Apartment or House.” She Hit Refresh was created “for women over 30 who want to break free from routine and start a life of travel!” The topic of the article was, as the title indicates, how to manage your current housing when you take off for an extended period of time of discovery and adventure.  Several practical tips and links to resources were provided for renters and homeowners, including such traditional options...


Online Legal Translations Confidentiality Series Wraps Up

"Words of the Law" has just completed the 4-part series called “NDAs, Non-Competition, Non-Solicit, and Confidentiality Agreements.”  Topics covered in this series include an overview of Legal Terms, Unilateral vs. Bilateral Agreements and Term vs. Duration, and Non-Solicitation vs. Non-Competition. The final installment discusses the concept of Confidentiality in depth, including where such provisions can be found and why they are important, as well as sample provisions. Hop on over to the OLT Blog: "Words of the Law," and see what the series is all about. ...


Online Legal Translations Celebrates Three Years on Facebook

OLT has been on Facebook for over three years now. Visit us there and check out our law-related articles, legal news, "Favorite Words of the Law" posts and more. Follow us to receive updates in your feed. We look forward to seeing you there! P.S.  If you are interested in expanding your practice internationally and don’t know what you need beyond translation of your documents and interpreters for your meetings, check out this great article by Entrepreneur Magazine.


NDAs, Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality Agreements – Part 4

Woman signing contract

Today, in the final segment of this series, we are going to talk about the concept of “Confidentiality”—what it means, who defines it and why it is so important. Reminder: the phrases discussed in this series have general understandings and common uses under the law in the United States, but the actual language of your contract is the language that is enforceable. The term “confidential” is a broad concept regarding the storing and disclosure of information, and generally means “secret.” Confidentiality Agreements and Confidential Information. A so-called “confidentiality agreement” does not usually exist as a stand-alone agreement.  Usually, the only standalone agreement addressing the...


Online Legal Translations Wants YOU!

Online Legal Translations is experiencing unprecedented growth and is accepting applications from lawyer-translators in all language combinations. Are you… A licensed attorney in at least one jurisdiction? A translator with at least two years of experience? A positive person with a great work ethic? If yes, please reach out to us by email: Providing: A Copy of your law license/certification A Copy of your CV/resume A Copy of your diploma(s)   We look forward to hearing from you!...


NDAs, Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality Agreements–Part 3

“NDAs, Confidentiality, Non-Solicitation, and Non-Competition Agreements” PART THREE – Unilateral or Bilateral? Term or Duration? Welcome to Part 3 of our latest series here on “Words of the Law,” the Online Legal Translations blog. In the prior two sections of this series, we talked about the importance of understanding how the terms NDA, Non-Competition, Non-Solicitation, and Confidentiality function in a contract-signing context, and we took a deeper dive into the differences between Non-Competition and Non-Solicitation agreements. In this installment of the series, we are going to talk about two important sets of terms: “unilateral” vs. “bilateral” and “term” vs. “duration.”  It is very important...


OLT is on LinkedIn!

Online Legal Translations now has its very own LinkedIn page.   LinkedIn is a great place to meet and network with other legal professionals in a professional environment. Visit us there and check out our law-related articles, posts and more.  Connect with us to receive updates in your feed. We look forward to seeing you there! P.S.  If your firm is interested in controlling costs with LinkedIn, check out this great article by Lowes Legal Cost Accountants.