October 17, 2017
Cross-border business arrangements and international litigation are becoming much more prevalent in our increasingly globalized world. Legal translations of the countless number of documents required for international legal proceedings can sometimes be downright overwhelming. Multiply that by the number of countries involved, and it becomes clear why law firms struggle with the gargantuan task of taking on international cases: Getting them done on-time, without exorbitant cost, and executed with the error-free accuracy that the law and regulatory agencies demand – is difficult. Read more about: How Translation Technology Helps Law Firms Save Money and Improve Service »
October 12, 2017
Language services leader now run by business service veterans Tom Klein and Roland Lessard
NEW YORK, NY – 10/12/17 – Morningside Translations, the fastest growing major language service provider in North America, today announced new leadership and ownership by co-CEOs Tom Klein and Roland Lessard. The company also disclosed that it has recently emerged as a Top 10 language service provider in North America.
Klein and Lessard, veterans of content management and technology-enabled business services, Read more about: Press Release: Morningside Translations Announces New CEO Leadership and Emergence as Top Ten Provider »
October 11, 2017
Morningside is proud to be featured in Slator, the leading translation industry website, where our new owner-operators and co-CEOs Tom Klein and Roland Lessard discuss why they entered the language services industry, why they chose Morningside, and their future plans for the company.
Enter the Operators: Morningside’s New Owners Bet Big On Language Services by Florian Faes
on October 11, 2017
In late May 2016, one of the larger language service providers (LSPs) in the United States changed hands. Read more about: Morningside’s new owners Tom Klein and Roland Lessard featured in Slator »
October 10, 2017
As a leading language solutions provider, we know that people can be uncertain about the difference between — and appropriate use of — interpretation services and translation services.
Both are forms of conveying meaning from one language into another — and both require highly developed language skills — but they are two very different things.
Choosing the right service
At the most basic level, interpretation deals with spoken language while translation is used for written language. Read more about: When to Use Interpretation vs. Translation »
October 3, 2017
Starting on Jan 1, 2018, EU manufacturers of packaged retail and insurance-based investment products (PRIIPs) will be required to provide their investors with annually updated Key Information Documents (KIDs). These standardized documents are meant to help investors make more informed decisions on whether an investment is right for them. KIDs were introduced by EU Regulation No. 1286/2014 and are part of the EU’s greater plan to help rebuild investors’ confidence in the financial market in the aftermath of the global financial crisis. Read more about: Financial Services Providers: Are You Prepared for New PRIIPs Regulations in the EU? »