Intellectual property translations: ensuring your ideas go global

A patent is a set of rights granted to an inventor for a period of time in exchange for their invention and is a form of intellectual property. The costs of preparing and filing a patent application can be incredibly costly, and with so much money and intellectual property rights at stake, it is essential to work with a language services provider that can facilitate the application process as much as possible.

In this fact sheet, you will learn:

  • the translate plus approach
  • our quality assurance procedures
  • the services we offer

Our patent translations are routinely submitted for use at patent offices throughout the world, including the European Patent Office (EPO), the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and the Japan Patent Office (JPO).

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