March 6, 2017
The documentation required for a product launch in the life sciences industry is diverse and can be staggering in scale. Labeling, pre-clinical and clinical reports, literature publications, and marketing materials – each require input and expertise across multiple departments before a medical product can be marketed and sold domestically.
On the international stage, a product launch requires the additional step of expert medical translations. When facing tight budgets and deadlines, managers may be tempted to rely on their in-house colleagues’ foreign language skills to cut down on time and cost. Read more about: The Value of Multilingual Colleagues in the Translations Process »
February 28, 2017
Bitcoin, which appeared on the world stage in 2008, is a multi-faceted phenomenon: it is a technology, a currency, an investment vehicle and it has created a community of users. And, like many fintech (financial technology) innovations over the last decade, the Bitcoin digital currency has provided a disruptive alternative to traditional currency-based financial methods and institutions.
A Bitcoin Primer
In a nutshell, Bitcoin is a peer-to-peer system for online payments & Read more about: Emerging Trends in Bitcoin Regulation »
February 21, 2017
Transparency International recently released its much anticipated Corruption Perceptions Index for 2016. This global index ranks countries by their perceived levels of corruption, on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). According to the Index, “More countries declined than improved in this year’s results, showing the urgent need for committed action to thwart corruption.”
With global corruption on the rise and a call for increased anti-corruption enforcement, Read more about: Global Corruption and FCPA Enforcement Actions on the Rise »
February 16, 2017
Printed documents, video cassettes, CDs and even paper business cards are quickly becoming souvenirs of the past. In today’s digital world, more and more small businesses, corporations and governments are storing their data electronically. In the legal field, this means whole new categories of information to comb through as part of the eDiscovery process. Electronic data can include, but is not limited to: emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemails, audio and video files, social media and other websites…from various electronic devices, Read more about: Man v. Machine: Four Factors to Consider in eDiscovery Translation »
February 15, 2017
On his first day in office, President Trump followed through on his campaign promise to withdraw from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), with the goal of preventing jobs from being outsourced overseas. “We’re going to stop the ridiculous trade deals that have taken everybody out of our country and taken companies out of our country, and it’s going to be reversed,” said Trump to union leaders at a White House meeting after the official withdrawal. Read more about: The Trans-Pacific Partnership is Officially Dead »