• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Video Vocab 06   Law 3
 

Video Vocab 06 Law 3

on

  • 7,045 views

This video podcast introduces definitions and collocations related to commercial law, including: contract law; copyright; intellectual property rights, arbitration, lawsuit; to sue; to litigate; ...

This video podcast introduces definitions and collocations related to commercial law, including: contract law; copyright; intellectual property rights, arbitration, lawsuit; to sue; to litigate; plaintiff; defendant; damages; settlement; injunction & to appeal.

Statistics

Views

Total Views
7,045
Views on SlideShare
6,346
Embed Views
699

Actions

Likes
7
Downloads
544
Comments
0

13 Embeds 699

http://www.businessenglishpod.com 604
http://www.weebly.com 72
http://www.slideshare.net 8
http://aeducativo.com 3
https://bbpilot.ohio.edu 2
file:// 2
http://khas.blackboard.com 2
http://lawkuantan.blogspot.com 1
https://www.coursesites.com 1
http://businessenglishpod.com 1
http://www.slashdocs.com 1
https://mycourses.gccnj.edu 1
https://blackboard.neit.edu 1
More...

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

CC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike LicenseCC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike LicenseCC Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    Video Vocab 06   Law 3 Video Vocab 06 Law 3 Presentation Transcript

    • Law 3: Commercial Law Video Vocab 06
    • Law Part 1: Basic Legal Terms Part 2: Court Cases Part 3: Commercial Law
    • Review ? What do you remember from Part 2?
    • Review ? 1. What is the name for a lawyer in British English?
    • Review ? 2. What do we call a person who is testifying in a court case?
    • Review ? 3. When the jury retires, what verb do we use to describe their discussion of the case?
    • Review ? 4. How do we spell Jail in British English?
    • Answers How did you do?
    • Answer Solicitor 1. What is the name for a lawyer in British English?
    • Answer 2. What do we call a person who is testifying in a court case? Witness
    • Answer 3. When the jury retires, what verb do we use to describe their discussion of the case? Deliberate
    • Answer 4. How do we spell Jail in British English? G A O L
    • commercial law Commercial law is the body of law which governs business and commerce.
    • A dispute is a disagreement between two parties. dispute
    • A person or company on one side of a legal dispute . party
    • contractual dispute Disputes based on a disagreement over the terms of a contract .
    • terms of a contract The conditions that each side must fulfill in order to validate the contract .
    • contract make a contract To enter into an agreement. break a contract To not fulfill a condition of a contract. breach a contract To break a condition of a contract. collocations
    • contract be under contract To do work obligated by a contract. contract with To agree to do work based on the terms of a contract. contract out To arrange for work to be done by another company. collocations
    • contract law The area of commercial law used to regulate contracts between individuals and companies .
    • To control or supervise by means of rules and regulations. regulate
    • copyright law
    • An original creative work or invention . intellectual property
    • The ownership or permission to use a work . rights
    • Unauthorized use or reproduction of another’s work . piracy
    • The exclusive legal right , given to the creator or owner of a work to use the work to their benefit. copyright
    • Exclusive rights means only the owner has the right to use, perform or otherwise benefit from the work . exclusive rights
    • The rights of property owners and people who buy or lease property . property rights
    • The basic rights that society considers belong to every human . human rights
    • The rights of citizens to political and social freedom and equality . civil rights
    • Laws that govern the conditions and rights of employees . labor law ( employment law )
    • To break an agreement or not fulfill one of the terms . violate
    • The process by which the parties to a dispute submit their differences to the judgment of an impartial person. arbitration
    • Treat all parties in a dispute fairly and equally . impartial
    • The decision of the arbitrator must be followed . binding arbitration
    • The decision cannot be enforced by law but is based on professional respect for the arbitrator’s decision . non-binding arbitration
    • An experienced and respected professional or a lawyer . arbitrator
    • A claim against a person or an organization that is made in a court by a private person or company . lawsuit
    • lawsuit file a lawsuit To go through the process of making a legal claim. bring a lawsuit Same meaning as to file a lawsuit . drop a lawsuit To decide not to pursue a lawsuit . collocations
    • To make a legal claim against someone , especially for money , if you or your interests have been harmed in some way. sue
    • sue sue for The company was sued for damages by the injured worker. . sue over YouTube has been sued over its use of copyrighted material. collocations
    • A more formal word with the same meaning as to sue . litigate verb The process of suing another party. litigation noun
    • The company or person that files the lawsuit . plaintiff
    • Money that a court orders someone to pay the plaintiff for harming them or their property . damages
    • An agreement to resolve a dispute before it is taken to court . settlement
    • court cases state your case To argue your case in court. provide testimony A statement by a witness in court. present evidence To show evidence to the court. collocations to describe actions
    • verdict The final decision in a trial.
    • To find that the plaintiff has not proven their case. dismiss
    • A judicial order demanding the offending party stops infringing the other party’s legal rights . injunction
    • A formal court process by which the losing side asks a higher court to overturn or reverse the verdict of the lower court. appeal
    • Become a Premium Member and access study notes and extra practice podcasts at: business