June 12, 2018
Biotech and pharma industries both work at the cutting edge of science to deliver medical innovations to patients around the world. While the actual contents of each industry’s intellectual property vary widely, the path to obtaining strong IP protection is much the same. A critically important part of that path includes extensive and complicated translations.
What’s the difference?
Pharma and biotech are often used interchangeably but it’s important to understand the distinction. Read more about: Why a Centralized Translation Source Matters for Biotech and Pharma IP »
June 6, 2018
If you want to profit off of something new and amazing that you created – or at the very least, get credit for your invention – obtaining a patent can lock down the rights to your intellectual property. However, the patent process is long, complicated and very costly. It must also be completed in every country in which you wish to be protected. So before you begin your patent journey, take a moment to make sure that you don’t accidentally put a stumbling block in front of your own success. Read more about: 4 Common Mistakes to Avoid on Your Patent Journey »
May 29, 2018
As more companies expand their international presence, one of their biggest challenges is developing and maintaining sustainable engagement with overseas customers. The days of personal customer interaction at a retail level are long gone, and worldwide live phone support is prohibitively expensive for all but a handful of companies. Social media is a helpful way to stay in touch and market your products and services, but it’s not a secure option for confidential or sensitive information. Read more about: How to Use Emails to Improve Customer Experience and Engagement »
May 22, 2018
There are many aspects of GDPR compliance that require organizations to implement systemic changes in order to ensure data privacy and security. One of the most far-reaching aspects is language and comprehension. If you need help translating your data policies and procedures to ensure GDPR compliance, contact Morningside today.
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May 16, 2018
The EU’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force next Friday, on May 25, 2018. With hefty, if not crippling, fines for non-compliance, it is imperative that all businesses and healthcare organizations comply with the new legislation.
What is GDPR?
Considered the “most important change in data privacy regulation in 20 years” by the EU’s GDPR Portal, this new law replaces the Data Protection Act of 1998 (DPA) in determining how personal data can be used. Read more about: GDPR Considerations for the Healthcare Industry »