Category Archives: Case Study

IP Law Firms Offer Big-Client Benefits with Streamlined Translation

MultiLing’s Michael Degn examines how Brinks Gilson & Lione leveraged best practices in patent translation services to save a pharmaceutical client money, while increasing its scope of patent protection. The case study is published in the latest issue of IPPro Life Sciences (pg. 14). Brinks worked with a small pharmaceutical client to successfully obtain European […]

European Patent Validation Costs Too High for Patentee

Entrepreneurs and small start-ups are the incubators of bringing new ideas to market. But what happens when they feel priced out of gaining patents in markets where they hope to do business? In 2013, a small pharmaceutical company working with a law firm specializing in patents had successfully obtained European patent rights. The next step was to […]

“Journal of Commercial Biotechnology” Publishes MultiLing Case Study

According to the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), nearly 100,000 pharmaceutical and biotechnology patent applications are filed each year around the world, and the trend is increasing. These companies have very little room for error in the work they conduct each day, even with stagnant budgets and an increased filing demand. In the first 2014 […]

MultiLing’s Lyle Ball Authors for Intellectual Property Magazine

“One mistranslated word on a patent can result in millions of dollars in lost revenue for a single enterprise” writes Lyle Ball, Chief Operating Officer for MultiLing in a recent article on www.intellectualpropertymagazin.com. As an example, Lyle refers to a  German pesticide company, which applied for a patent in the US but instead missed out […]

Case Study Procter & Gamble: How It Doubled Patent Filings While Reducing Costs

Introducing the second part of our series of case studies on how MultiLing helps multinational enterprises accomplish their global initiatives with the accurate, highly specialized, and secure translations of their intellectual property and/or technical materials. Procter & Gamble – How It Doubled Patent Filings While Reducing Costs With research facilities in North America, Europe and […]

Lost in Translation: How a Shanghai Delegation Found its Way

Munich, Germany is a highly attractive business spot that is frequently visited by delegations from throughout the world. Last week around 20 representatives from companies and governmental organizations in Shanghai, China visited the Bavarian capital city. They were invited by The German Association for Small and Medium-sized Businesses, BVMW. The agenda included presentations from Bavarian-based […]

Case Study : Teradyne Ensures Quality Patent Translations with MultiLing

This is the first in a series of case studies on how MultiLing helps multinational enterprises accomplish their global initiatives with the accurate, highly specialized, and secure translations of their intellectual property and/or technical materials. Teradyne Ensures Quality Patent Translations with MultiLing Teradyne is a leading supplier of automatic test equipment used to test semiconductors, […]