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Humorous Translation and Localization Errors

September 16th, 2014 | No Comments »

Utilizing professional translation services can be an incredibly important tool for companies looking to localize for a specific market. However, many see a translation company as a luxury item that can be avoided in an attempt to cut costs. Yet, looking to save budget by using something other than a certified translation service can have



Morningside @ IPO 2014 Annual Meeting! (Booth 209)

September 9th, 2014 | No Comments »

Morningside is currently exhibiting at the 2014 IPO Annual Meeting in beautiful Vancouver! We are excited to reconnect with clients and colleagues and keep up-to-date on best practices in the world of IP. If you would like to learn more about our patent translation, PCT national phase entry, and EP validation services, stop by booth



How to Lower Your Document Translation Costs

July 31st, 2014 | No Comments »

Document translation services are a regular need for companies doing business overseas, employing foreign language staff, or looking to target foreign markets. Machine translations and discount vendors rarely get the job done and it is very important to make sure that you invest the proper resources for professional translation services. With that said, there are



Translating Medical Labeling

July 23rd, 2014 | 1 Comment »

For pharmaceutical and medical device companies, a frequent medical translation need is labeling. Translating labeling and instructions is either an absolute requirement in order to sell their product in a specific target market, or else it is an important step in minimizing risk and liability. Most EU members require that medical device labels be translated



Morningside Sponsors “Banding Together to End Domestic Violence”

July 9th, 2014 | No Comments »

Morningside Translations, a leading translation services company, is proud to have sponsored the “Banding Together to End Domestic Violence” event in Los Angeles yesterday. This important fundraiser raised over $200K–$207,194 so far to be exact,–to benefit the Family Violence Appellate Project (“FVAP”), a nonprofit that is changing the law in California to help survivors of