We are proud to announce that MultiLing Japan Y.K. has expanded its headquarters to provide additional room for its growing translation and business development teams. The expanded headquarters opened April 2, 2012, and includes new space for presentations on translation best practices as MultiLing continues to drive the movement to standardized and centralized intellectual property (IP) translation processes worldwide. … [Continue reading]
Archive for April 2012
MultiLing CEO Michael Sneddon was speaker at the 2012 Global IP Exchange Conference (IQPC) in Munich in March. “Centralized translation is a primary key to successfully addressing the increased processing rate of national and international patent applications” was one of his key messages during a one-hour presentation. Michael partnered with Hirohito Katsunuma, president of Japanese law firm Kyowa Patent and Law Office, to present best practices that have proven successful for large companies that are successfully globalizing their current businesses.… [Continue reading]
We found this very interesting article about the emerging Chinese technology market and why language barriers between Asia end Europe and a lack of IP monitoring can result in severe patent infringements.
“The door is wide open for industrial espionage”
German construction & engineering magazine ke NEXT spoke to Dr. Alexander Wurzer of Wurzer & Kollegen Germany about China and why it has not been easy for the industry. He explains what the industry should be paying attention to.… [Continue reading]
Today we would like to draw your attention to an interesting conference in London next week. “Managing IP’s – International Patent Forum” in London is free for in-house patent counsels, R&D professionals and academics. MultiLing is an official sponsor of this outstanding event that will be attended by EPO President Benoît Battistelli and many other impressive speakers.
The forum will cover: