Legal language and business communication

By: Agarwal, Anurag K
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Singapore Palgrave Macmillan 2019Description: xxii, 204 p. Includes bibliographical referencesISBN: 9789811375330Subject(s): Business communication | Legal language in business communication | Legal languageDDC classification: FP 658.45 Summary: This book discusses the proper use of legal language in business communication. While communicating, a business leader has to bear in mind the relevant legal framework, and be sure to never violate it. However, legal language in itself can be so complex and difficult that it is often unclear as to what meaning can be ascribed to different words and phrases used in a particular context. Also, while it’s easy to say that there are certain limits to the law, those limits are not readily visible to the uninitiated; occasionally, even experts flounder. Exploring precisely these topics, the book will be of interest to students of business, law, and business communication; managers; lawyers; researchers; practitioners; and general readers alike. https://www.palgrave.com/gp/book/9789811375330#aboutBook
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Table of contents

1.Loose Lips Sink Ships
2.What's the Good Word?
3.Should a Business Leader Talk Like a Lawyer or a Judge?
4.It's All Greek to Me
5.Read My Lips!
6.Man Is a Social Animal
7.Speech Is Silver, Silence Is Golden.

This book discusses the proper use of legal language in business communication. While communicating, a business leader has to bear in mind the relevant legal framework, and be sure to never violate it. However, legal language in itself can be so complex and difficult that it is often unclear as to what meaning can be ascribed to different words and phrases used in a particular context. Also, while it’s easy to say that there are certain limits to the law, those limits are not readily visible to the uninitiated; occasionally, even experts flounder. Exploring precisely these topics, the book will be of interest to students of business, law, and business communication; managers; lawyers; researchers; practitioners; and general readers alike.

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