The Truth about Patent Translation

Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

This presentation discusses several aspects of patent translation as seen from a patent attorney’s perspective. Some of the topics discussed are: - What could possibly go wrong? - Effects of mistranslations on the life of a patent - Dispelling patent translation myths - What's important in patent translation - and what isn't - Typical trouble areas: clarity and new matter - How...

Translator-initiated Publishing SIG 20121022

Time: 10:30 am – 12:30 pm

Location: Tokyo Station Conference facility. Map: <http://www.tstc.jp/access/index.html> Phone: 03-6888-8070

Many translators want to do more than just the work their clients send them. They want to translate things they have chosen and love. And once they translate them, they want to get them published and into readers' hands. How? Our speakers (Alexander O. Smith and Tony Gonzales) are widely published translators who founded Bento Books to do just that. So they will be able to talk about...

Translator-initiated Publishing SIG 20121022

Time: 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Location: Tokyo Station Conference facility. Map: <http://www.tstc.jp/access/index.html> Phone: 03-6888-8070

Many translators want to do more than just the work their clients send them. They want to translate things they have chosen and love. And once they translate them, they want to get them published and into readers' hands. How? Our speakers (Alexander O. Smith and Tony Gonzales) are widely published translators who founded Bento Books to do just that. So they will be able to talk about...

What’s Next for JAT?

Time: 6:00 am – 9:00 am

Over the past three years, JAT has implemented a number of proposals generated by you, the membership. In this meeting, the JAT board (together in person for the first time since IJET-23!) will present a first-hand review of progress to date, solicit feedback on the success of those efforts -- or where we can do better -- and get your input on how we should prioritize our next steps to make...

What’s Next for JAT?

Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Over the past three years, JAT has implemented a number of proposals generated by you, the membership. In this meeting, the JAT board (together in person for the first time since IJET-23!) will present a first-hand review of progress to date, solicit feedback on the success of those efforts -- or where we can do better -- and get your input on how we should prioritize our next steps to make...

Call for Paticipants to the 6th eJuku Session

Time: 9:03 am – 9:03 am

It contains all the details you may need to decide whether or not to join the session including: 1. Introduction, 2. What is JOTW?, 3. Who should join JOTW?, 4. JOTW team, 5. JOTW schedule, 6. How to apply, 7.Information policy, and 8. Source text. If you are not a JAT member, you can write to Coordinator Shuichi Yamakawa at &lt;[email protected]&gt; for a copy of the Call for Participants.

Call for Paticipants to the 6th eJuku Session

Time: 5:03 pm – 5:03 pm

It contains all the details you may need to decide whether or not to join the session including: 1. Introduction, 2. What is JOTW?, 3. Who should join JOTW?, 4. JOTW team, 5. JOTW schedule, 6. How to apply, 7.Information policy, and 8. Source text. If you are not a JAT member, you can write to Coordinator Shuichi Yamakawa at &lt;[email protected]&gt; for a copy of the Call for Participants.