THE LANGUAGE SOLUTIONS BLOG

It has been over six months since GDPR came into force and, while we’ve come a long way since, there are still ongoing discussions about best practices. The way we manage data has changed a lot over the years. Before, we needed to adjust to certain...

Content is growing at an exponential rate. It's also increasingly regulated, particularly in the financial and life sciences industries, as well as for in-house departments like legal and corporate communications. When these industries and departments are also dealing with multilingual content, the challenges multiply. The two...

Cross-border legal disputes have created a demand for electronically stored information (ESI) to be handled in multiple languages, different formats and with rapid turnaround times. This is where electronic discovery “eDiscovery” comes into play. eDiscovery solutions are developed to help practitioners handle disclosures in arbitrations,...

Close to 15% of the global population has an impairment that affects their visual, hearing, motor or cognitive abilities. To ensure that online products are available to all, companies need to ensure that their content, both digital and print, is easy to navigate, intuitive and...

When law firms need to understand content from other countries or reach clients overseas, many companies employ an in-house translation team to work full time on this endeavor. This means that the efforts of translators, lawyers and specialists can come together to get the job...

In 2012, the Rand Corporation found that an eye-watering 73% of e-discovery costs are attributed to document review alone1. And that’s without considering the manpower needed to even get to the document review stage. Identifying, collecting and processing data each have their own challenges, and...