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Observe like a detective, be faithful like a court interpreter, decide like a judge.

These are the three basic skills every translator needs to work in U.S. courts. Why? Join us to find out!

What Will You Learn?

  1. The first thing to do with a court document
  2. Why the little things matter
  3. The how and why of literal translation
  4. Certification and verification of translation
  5. Record keeping and decision making

About the Presenter

Martin Cross began his career in as an in-house editor of Japanese patent translations in Tokyo. Later, he lived for many years in Italy and France, where he translated from those languages into English. His articles have been published in the New York Law Journal, the Westlaw JournalThe ATA Chronicle, and Intellectual Property Today.

He is currently the president of Patent Translations Inc., where he continues to translate and to serve as an expert witness on translation. He spends much of his time editing translations and training translators and editors in the ins and outs of patent translation

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Date:
March 9, 2017
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Presenter(s): Martin Cross
Duration: 60 minutes
Presenting Language(s): Presented in English
Level: All
ATA CEPs: 1

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American Translators Association
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+1-703-683-6100
Email:
ata@atanet.org
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