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Morningside IP files one of the first PCT Applications in Kuwait

May 8, 2018

Thekuwait flag Patent Office of Kuwait officially started accepting Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications on March 27, 2018. Less than two weeks later, on the 8th of April, Morningside IP proudly became one of the first companies in the world to file a PCT application in Kuwait.

How did we get here?

Until now, Kuwait was only a part of the Paris Treaty Convention as a member of the regional Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC). Read more about: Morningside IP files one of the first PCT Applications in Kuwait  »

eLearning in the Workplace

Here’s a helpful infographic on how eLearning can reduce costs, increase engagement and help you make the most of your corporate training programs.

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2017 Client Satisfaction Survey Results

April 24, 2018

Morningside Translations is pleased to report the results of our most recent client satisfaction survey.

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Press Release: Morningside Translations Announces Dennis Dracup as New Chairman

March 19, 2018

Morningside Chairman Dennis Dracup

Language industry veteran joins regulated industry leader to accelerate emergence as a major global LSP

NEW YORK, NY – Morningside Translations, one of the largest language service providers in North America, announced today that Dennis Dracup — a well-known language industry veteran — has joined the company as Chairman of the Board. Dracup has more than 30 years of operating and board experience in technology-enabled services and most recently served as Chairman & Read more about: Press Release: Morningside Translations Announces Dennis Dracup as New Chairman  »

The Nonobvious Meaning of Patent “Nonobviousness”

March 8, 2018

Do you use Visual Voicemail? This system allows users to select which voicemail they want to listen to out of a list of all voicemails received. It seems like an obvious solution to the problem of traditional voicemailboxes, where it was previously accepted that we’d always have to tap our way through each message to get to the next, and yet, Klausner Technology successfully patented “visual voicemail” in the 1990s (patents 5,572,576 and 5,283,818). Read more about: The Nonobvious Meaning of Patent “Nonobviousness”  »