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Court Reporting Firms and Law Firms: Stop Treating Deposition Interpreters as if you Owned Them

A recent incident involving interpreting services for depositions has prompted me to expose what has for some time been a very distasteful deception that has been practiced by court reporting agencies and law firms in the US. The problem was discovered … Continue reading

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Hot and Cold Running Interpreters? Not Likely.

Recent weeks have seen a moderate stream of sudden requests for interpreting services at extremely short notice.  These inquiries seem to have some common characteristics. Originated by people who, from the content of their inquiry, appear to never have used … Continue reading

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Blog Restarted

Welcome to our restarted blog.  With the change in our company name to Kirameki Translations, Inc., it was inactive while we were setting up our new website. The restarted blog will feature content related to such topics as patent and … Continue reading

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