I recently had the honor of writing an article titled Translating Patents: Issues in Prosecution, with Bruce C. Hamburg, a partner at Jordan and Hamburg, which was published in the New York Law Journal. You can read the article here.
Translators are required to make hundreds of judgments every day. Some of these are analytical judgments, which call on the translator to come to conclusions based on limited evidence. That means answering questions like this: what is the author trying to get across? what does this term mean in this particular context? does this adjective modify the […]Continue reading
I have written an article on translation policies in patent practice for the Westlaw Journal (formerly Andrews Litigation Reporter) covering cost mitigation, risk management and translation management in litigation. You can read it here, where it is Reprinted with Permission © 2010 Thomson Reuters.
I recently got an email from a fellow who is interested in a career in patent translation and I thought I would help to rectify the lamentable lack of posts on this blog by answering it in public. I get quite a few letters of this sort every year, so it is not the first […]Continue reading