When do you write "shall" or "will"? Do you translate "Kaufmann" as "trader," "merchant," "entrepreneur" or "businessperson"? Bilingual legal dictionaries will tell you all the choices, but not which one is right.
It's easy to verify, though: The official translation of Section 1 of the Commercial Code (HGB) has been officially translated and defines Kaufmann as "merchant." You just need to know this and take the time to look it up.
I don't follow hunches when it comes to terminology. With your translation, you'll get a glossary with sources and comments for each legal term. This QA measure helps make sure your translation "speaks the same language" as the source and lets you trace my research.
As an "authorized translator for the courts and notaries of Berlin," I'm also able to deliver certified translations. I passed the state exam for translators with a specialization in business/economics and hold a BA in management with a specialization in finance & accounting.