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5 Fundamentals for Building Client Relationships That Last

As the late American businessman and founder of Walmart, Sam Walton, once said: “There is only one boss. The customer. And he can fire everybody in the company from the chairman on down, simply by spending his money somewhere else.” In other words, creating successful relationships with clients, ones that keep them as clients for […]

Protecting Your IP Overseas

According to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), nearly 100,000 biotechnology and pharmaceutical patent applications are filed worldwide each year, and the trend appears to be rising. As you’ve likely experienced, filing patent applications can be very complex, with different laws, deadlines and languages requiring highly technical translators for most countries in which you’re seeking […]

MultiLing Awarded ISO 9001:2008 Certification

MultiLing 24 June 2014   Patent Translation Service Provider Also Renews EN 15038:2006 Certification–Both Fostering Trust and Satisfaction by Global 500 Legal Teams; Visit MultiLing This Week in Booth 436 at 2014 BIO International Conference Salt Lake City, Utah — MultiLing, the innovative leader in intellectual property (IP) translations and related support services for foreign […]

Four Fundamental Technologies for Foreign Patent Filings

It’s only been in the last few years that universal translation technology has started to significantly aid human translations for a more efficient process The strength of an international patent application, in part, relies on the quality of the patent translation. While some form of technology has been used for translations since the 1940s – […]

Best in Translation

MultiLing’s Michael Degn on how to speed up intellectual property protection while reducing risks (and costs) with quality translations. Securing the protection of intellectual property can be time consuming and costly, whether filing domestically or internationally in multiple jurisdictions. Much of the cost and time can be attributed to translations, with some of the largest […]

The Unique Challenges of Protecting Intellectual Property in Korea: Part III of an Interview with MultiLing’s Adam Bigelow

More than 200,000 patent applications were filed with the Korean Intellectual Property Office (KIPO) during 2013, an 8.3 percent growth rate over 2012, according to KIPO’s annual report (released May 9). This positions the office as the firth largest volume of filings around the world after China, the United States, Europe and Japan. More than […]

The Unique Challenges of Protecting Intellectual Property in China: Part II of An Interview with MultiLing’s Adam Bigelow

As mentioned in my previous post, China looks to be taking another leap forward in innovation, recently overtaking other countries – including the United States – for the largest number of applications received by any single IP office (652,777), according to the World Intellectual Property Indicators 2013. Consequently, the demand for patent translations to and […]

The Unique Challenges of Legal Translation in Latin America

The fastest growing economies in Latin America come from four countries – Peru, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico – the four members of the Pacific Alliance. These countries, which together hold 36 percent of the region’s GDP and half of its exports, recently agreed to eliminate tariffs on 92 percent of trade among their countries, a […]

5 Roles Translation Plays in Filing a Patent in Japan

Japanese is one of the leading languages for technology, and has one of the highest translation risks While Japan and China are both extremely popular choices for filing a patent in the technological world, there are differences in how a Japanese patent translation works, versus a translation in another language. (View complete article here.) (View complete […]

The Unique Challenges of Protecting Intellectual Property in Japan

Over the last few years, patent filings in northeast Asia – specifically China, Japan and South Korea – have grown significantly – and it doesn’t look like a decrease is in sight. In fact, this growth has contributed to the strongest rate of global intellectual property (IP) growth in nearly two decades, according to the […]