PREVENTIVE LAW

PREVENTIVE LAW

preventive law. A practice of law that seeks to minimize a client’s risk of litigation or secure more certainty with regard to the client’s legal rights and duties. ? Emphasizing planning, counseling, and the nonadversarial resolution of disputes, preventive law focuses on the lawyer’s role as adviser and negotiator.
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Carl, Chinese legal translator, specializes in translating legal documents pertaining to complex business disputes.