Laws

Let’s Talk About Workplace Harassment

Being harassed is probably one of the worst experiences someone can go through. And it’s even worst when you’re mistreated in a place where you should go every day to get your monthly paycheck. No one should be subject to harassment, bullying, sexual violence, or any other inappropriate behavior in…

Top 8 Bankruptcy Myths

By now, you’ve probably heard some scary myths about bankruptcy. Most people are afraid of bankruptcy, even though they can be easily saved from financial ruin. In reality, in almost all cases, the debtor or debtors are better off financially after bankruptcy than if they had simply not paid their debts…

Can I Defend Myself in Court in Spain?

In Hollywood law series and courtroom movies, it is often an exciting script twist for one of the characters to decide to defend themselves in court. However, the Spanish judicial system is very different from the one we see represented on the small or big screen, so it is worth…

Do I Need A Pro Bono Attorney?

It’s a fact that the average person will face 4 to 6 legal situations every year. In fact, 50% of all households have an urgent legal problem right now (and the fact that you’re reading this probably means you’ve got a legal situation). With a legal case comes the professional…

The Importance of Legal Translations

Legal translation requires expertise and familiarity with linguistic conventions that apply to laws and legal cases. Translations consist of taking a document in one language and switching it to another language whilst maintaining the same meaning. Legal translations deal with legal issues and terms. This field involves translating statutes, contracts,…

Traditional Marxist Perspective in the Sociology of Laws

“Law, morality and religion consist of so many bourgeois prejudices, behind which lurk in ambush just as many bourgeois interests.” -Karl Marx Marxism is an approach that has rejected the idea of society as consensus. But what about its perspective on laws? The Marxist Theory You may have often heard…