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 patent filers in the world budgeting upwards of £6 million annually to ensure each language version of every patent is accurately translated and localised for each country in which they plan to file.
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