5 Signs You Are Hiring The Wrong Patent Translator
Law360, New York (November 23, 2015, 10:41 AM EST) -- For the multinational business attempting to protect intellectual property in two countries or 20, managing the process can be time complex and costly. That’s especially true when considering how many languages you may need to translate your patent applications into to meet the requirement of each country. With the scope of an entire product defined and judged forever by what is included in the final patent, the translations had better be accurate. But when your language ability is limited to English and maybe a conversational level of one or two other languages picked up in high school, how do you know...
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