Category Archives: IP Translation Services

MultiLing Attracts New Clients, Translators at Japan Patent Fair

Every year, more than 20,000 IP professionals gather at the Science Museum in the heart of Tokyo to learn about best practices in the world of intellectual property. The 2014 Patent Information Fair & Conference was held on Nov. 3-5 and is the Japan’s largest exhibition on the latest patent, product and technology information relating […]

THE REAL COST OF ACCURATE IP TRANSLATIONS

I ran into a client at the airport not long ago and asked how things were going. I was pleased to hear his complete satisfaction with MultiLing services and our relationship. I asked if there was anything more we could work on and he replied tongue-in-cheek that maybe we could give his company a better […]

The Role of Outsourced Services

Last week we posted about the first part of an article in Inside Counsel where Jeff Ranck, MultiLing board member, was interviewed about his experience as associate general counsel at Microsoft. In parts 2 and 3 of his article, Rich Steeves, Inside Counsel senior editor, looks at outsourced services for an IP department, one of […]

MultiLing Director Jeff Ranck On Getting More Bang For Your IP Buck

Inside Counsel recently interviewed MultiLing board member Jeff Ranck about his experience as associate general counsel at Microsoft. While there, the company went from filing 1,000 patents per year to 3,000 per year. Realizing that this couldn’t be done by just adding more headcount, Ranck and his colleagues went to work revamping how their department operated and […]

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 […]

Fundamental Technologies for IP Translation Services

Traditionally, original patent applications are sent out to regional law firms for “processing,” which includes translation as one of the filing services. Patent owners have little say in the cost and quality of patent translation services, and law firms in target jurisdictions generally don’t have enough translation business to invest in technology that enhances the […]