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'That's a new word legal came up with. They're still working on a definition for it.'
"Does your client wish to plead 'sweet' or 'lame'?"
'Go ahead, speak some legal lingo. I want to try out this translation app.'
"Legal supplies? That would be aisle nine, article six, subsection G."
'You don't call this a legal document, do you? I can understand every word of it.'
'I don't like this part. 'Please find enclosed the inclusion of my enclosure'.'
Four Boiler Plate Specials
'A lawyer orders lunch.'
"There are parts of this contract that ANYONE could understand. You'll have to rewrite it!"
The Lawyer Building: Not an Exit/Not an Entrance.
"We-your agents, successors, licensees, and assigns--would like to share a few thoughts with you."
Tags:user agreement, user agreements, data, data collection, data collections, privacy, data privacy, online, online privacy, internet privacy, tech, technology, legal, legal agreements, legal language, legalese, fine print, big data, small print, legal jargon, terms and conditions, contract, contracts, contract law, law, lawyers, attorney, attorneys, barrister, barristers, licenses, licensor, licensors, clause, clauses, boilerplate language, business negotiations, business negotiation, business negotiating, successors and assigns, lawsuit, lawsuits, solicitor, solicitors
'Yes Peeves, I know our Terms and Conditions are virtually incomprehensible and very difficult for our customers to understand. It took our legal team almost six months to re-word them like that!'
Lawyers Playing Tennis
'So I said 'You must be frackin' joking!''
'These Chinese firms reporting is nothing like ours...'
"By opening this cookie you are agreeing to whatever terms..."
"I thought you said there were no fees!"
Tags:gratuity, gratuities, fee, fees, legal language, legalese, lawyerese, technicality, technicalities, mandatory fee, mandatory fees, add-on, add-ons, adding on, price increase, price increases, tip, tips, tipping, no fees, lie, lies, misrepresentation, misrepresentations, misrepresent, misrepresents, misrepresenting
Law school acronym test.
Legal and Schmegal
Tags:lawyer, lawyers, attorney, attorneys, solicitor, solicitors, legal jargon, legal language, expression, expressions, phrase, phrases, legal secretary, legal secretaries, legal representative, law firm, law firms, legal representatives, desk organiser, desk organizer, desk organisers, desk organizers
Law School Contracts 101: Writing with words nobody can understand.
"Counsel will kindly refrain from testifiduction and hippothanatology – in lay terms, leading the witness and beating a dead horse."
'K7K industries (an alleged monopoly case under appeal)
Tags:monopoly, monopolies, business monopoly, business monopolies, appeal, appeals, court appeal, court appeals, monopoly charge, monopoly charges, legal language, legal languages, trial, trials, lawyer, lawyers, barrister, barristers, legal issue, legal issues, lawsuit, lawsuits, antitrust, monopoly allegation, monopoly allegations, monopoly charge, monopoly charges
"...I vehemently deny all of the allegations against me..."
'Our auto leasing contract is being recalled to correct a defect in the wording. It's not vague enough.'
Tags:auto lease, auto leases, auto leasing, car lease, cat leases, car leasing, contract, contracts, car loan, car loans, legal jargon, legal language, vague, vagueness, legal contract, legal contracts, car, cars, car salesmen, car salesman, car dealership, car dealerships, auto dealership, auto dealerships