Author: Barry Schreiber, Esq
WHEN WORDS MAKE THE DIFFERENCE, ALLIED KEEPS YOUR WORD.
We are excited to be sharing the first blog for Allied Interpreting & Translating. We are gearing up to provide great content that our readers can use in practice, business, or life.
SIGNS THAT INDICATE YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS TRANSCRIPTION SERVICES
Before delving into what the signs are of transcription, it is essential to define what transcription services are. Let us answer a few of the questions that businesses ask regarding transcription services and how it can bring value to your business.
WHY AN INTERPRETING SERVICE IS ESSENTIAL FOR YOUR HOSPITAL
According to the US Census Bureau, there are more than 350 languages spoken in the United States alone! While the Census Bureau has no quantifiable way of measuring language skills, over 25 million people surveyed told the Bureau that they speak English “less than well.”
WORKING TOOLS FOR ELIMINATING CULTURAL BIAS
The State Bar of California requires members of the California Bar, as part of MCLE requirements, to include at least one hour of MCLE credit on the elimination of bias in the legal profession.
DISCOVERING THE CANTONESE LANGUAGE
The key to understanding the Cantonese language and its various dialects begins with discovering its origins. Cantonese originated from the Chinese city of Guangzhou, located in the Southeastern part of China.
UNCOVERING THE SPANISH LANGUAGE
In Uncovering the Spanish Language, we will dive into the Spanish roots, find the connection in the language to people, culture, music, art, and interesting facts from all around the world.
THE IN’S AND OUT’S OF THE CERTIFICATION PROCESS FOR INTERPRETING.
There are many interpreting and translating companies out there claiming to be certified. How do you, as a consumer, know what is real? Also, what is the certification process for interpreters and translators, and why are some languages certified, while others are not?
THE LEGAL RAMIFICATIONS OF INTERPRETING AND TRANSLATING
In this article, we’ll bring to light the awareness of an area in the practice of law that we, as lawyers, may have overlooked or taken for granted.