Legal consequences

By: Josephine Cassar

This is an article I found today and is of relevance to the translation industry:

A post in JurTrans shared an article by John Shea entitled A cautionary tale about machine translation: a recent Polish court ruling. As a longtime professional translator, I was pleased to see a legal bottom being laid in the rather deep hole of cheap translations, in both meanings of the word cheap. The case itself is rather extreme and involves a single language service provider (LSP), but is relevant to all parties in the translation chain: translators, agencies and end customers. The bottom line is that there is a financial price for ignoring quality to achieve a low price.

https://tip-o-tongue.blogspot.com/2021/02/courting-disaster-why-poor-quality-and.html?m=1

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Legal consequences

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The moral of the story is... Mar 4

At the end of the day, when you want to get a legal translation, hire a legal translator...

Thank you for sharing, Dear Josephine!


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