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  • 4 Useful Tips for Interpretation Preparation
    Posted by Planet Depos on October 11, 2017 at 5:15 pm

    Interpreting technical depositions is a grueling task for even a seasoned interpreter. Here are four interpretation prep tips to ensure great results! The post 4 Useful Tips for Interpretation Preparation appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • What To Consider When Selecting A Room For Your Video Deposition
    Posted by Planet Depos on September 27, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    We’ve seen the impact a room can have on your deposition. Let's discuss the 4 key factors to consider for a successful videotaped deposition. The post What To Consider When Selecting A Room For Your Video Deposition appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • Selecting Qualified Interpreters for Business Meetings
    Posted by Planet Depos on September 13, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    By Neal Price When conducting business outside the United States, an interpreter may be required or beneficial for meetings and/or networking opportunities. Many times, business meetings involve several parties from a number of different countries, and in these instances, there is a strong likelihood that not everyone will be able to fully understand English. This […] The post Selecting Qualified Interpreters for Business Meetings appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • How Do Court Reporters Transcribe?
    Posted by Planet Depos on September 7, 2017 at 2:57 pm

    This post originally appeared on the Cook & Wiley blog. A court transcript is the record of every spoken word and who spoke it during court.  In order to capture this transcript, a court reporter must be able to hear the entire proceedings and set them down as they occur. At one time this was done using shorthand, which […] The post How Do Court Reporters Transcribe? appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

  • Helpful Tips To Make Your Mobile Videoconference Great
    Posted by Planet Depos on August 30, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    Cell phones and tablets have made videoconferencing easy, but there are a number of tips you should remember when conducting a mobile videoconference. The post Helpful Tips To Make Your Mobile Videoconference Great appeared first on Planet Depos. […]

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    • Spotlight on Commerce: Juan Valentin, Education Program Advisor, USPTO
      Posted by USPTO on October 11, 2017 at 3:28 pm

      Blog about the USPTO from the Department of Commerce Ed. note: This post is part of the Spotlight on Commerce series highlighting contributions of  Department of Commerce employees during Hispanic Heritage Month. Guest blog post by Juan Valentin, Education Program Advisor, […]

    • USPTO and Denver Startup Week – What’s the Connection?
      Posted by USPTO on October 6, 2017 at 2:07 pm

      Guest blog by Director of the Rocky Mountain Regional U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Molly Kocialski Today’s small businesses and entrepreneurs are faced with many decisions as they pursue their dreams of creating and building their own businesses. While raising funds from […]

    • Patents for Humanity Awards Now Open for Applications
      Posted by USPTO on September 26, 2017 at 3:18 pm

      Blog by Joe Matal, Performing the Functions and Duties of the Under Secretary of Commerce for Intellectual Property and Director of the USPTO Patents for Humanity, the USPTO’s top honor for patent owners and licensees who use game-changing technology to meet humanitarian […]

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      • Why Corporate Attorneys Are Against The ‘Stop Enabling Sex Traffickers Act’
        Posted by Elie Mystal on October 16, 2017 at 10:28 pm

        The ACLU doesn't like the proposed law either. […]

      • See Also: So Much News, Not All Of It Entirely Bad
        Posted by Elie Mystal on October 16, 2017 at 9:59 pm

        TRUMP OPENLY IS OPENLY HOPING SUPREME COURT WOMEN WILL DIE: If any other president talked positively about the potential death of a Supreme Court justice, it'd trigger calls for censure. With Trump, it won't even be a story by Wednesday. Trump is the goddamn worst, here. #METOO WAS A THING TODAY: I think it's positive to raise awareness about something, even if everybody should already be aware of it. But I don't necessarily think that the problem is that men aren't "aware" of sexual harassment or sexual assault. I think the problem is that men can commit harassment or assault and still rise to become the President of the United States. Or a Supreme Court justice. Here, Anita Hill has relevant thoughts. IN MORE POSITIVE NEWS ABOUT WOMEN: Harvard Law Review's incoming class of editors is majority women for the first time in history. The world is changing, slowly, from the ground up. Read about it here. BRYAN CAVE IS NOT A WOMAN: It is a law firm contemplating a transatlantic merger. Mergers, see, are kind of like sex. So if you really have been waiting for us to write something amenable to juvenile sexual puns, this is the story for you. DID AN IMMIGRANT BITE JEFF SESSIONS WHEN HE WAS YOUNG?: It's nearly impossible to explain Jeff Sessions's hatred for anything involving immigration to this country without allowing for the possibility that something traumatizing happened to him that's causing his irrational level of xenophobia. I mean, there are like freaking Mountain Gorillas who are like, "I'm pretty territorial, but I ain't got nothing on your boy, Sessions." I can't explain him, but I am keeping tabs on him. […]

      • Libor Payouts Will Never End But On The Bright Side Banks Hardly Notice Them Anymore
        Posted by Jon Shazar - Dealbreaker on October 16, 2017 at 9:33 pm

        We presume at this point that even secretaries at Deutsche Bank are empowered to cut $80 million checks to make people/regulators go away. […]