Bribery occurs in all languages. International anti-corruption laws don’t discriminate on the basis of language. Compliance must be conducted in local languages. It makes sense for FCPA commentary to be available in multiple languages as well.
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) September 10, 2013
Merrill Brink International, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership agreement with FCPAméricas to translate its web content. FCPAméricas examines stories and issues of anti-corruption in Latin America featuring content exclusively from lawyers specializing in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) matters. Translating these articles will allow this tremendous source of information to be viewed by a wider audience.
“Bribery occurs in all languages. International anti-corruption laws don’t discriminate on the basis of language. Compliance must be conducted in local languages. It makes sense for FCPA commentary to be available in multiple languages as well,” said Matteson Ellis, founder and editor of FCPAméricas. “We are pleased to partner with Merrill Brink as the leading FCPA translations provider in the region.”
“FCPAméricas is a well-respected thought leader in this space and we are happy to partner with them to better reach their readers in Portuguese and Spanish-speaking markets,” said Jim Moore, executive vice president of Merrill Brink International.
In addition to Merrill Brink International’s translation services, Merrill Corporation’s complete legal solutions include: client advisory services, early case assessment services and technology, managed document review, data acquisition and hosting, global court reporting and depositions, as well as videography services.
For more information, contact Merrill Brink International at translations(at)merrillbrink(dot)com or in the U.S., call 888-601-9814 or in Europe, call 44-(0)207-562-3300.
Read the Press Release here: http://www.merrillbrink.com/merrill-brink-international-forms-strategic-partnership-with-fcpamericas-09092013.htm
About Merrill Brink International
Merrill Brink International (http://www.merrillbrink.com) is a leading provider of complete translation and language solutions for global companies and law firms, with special expertise in serving the legal, financial, life sciences, software, heavy machinery and corporate markets. A proven leader with more than 30 years of experience, Merrill Brink offers a wide range of language solutions including translation, localization, desktop publishing and globalization services.
Merrill Brink is recognized in the industry for its commitment to quality and its pioneering approach of leveraging technology to reduce costs, eliminate redundant processes and accelerate translation life cycles. Merrill Brink is certified to ISO 9001:2008; ISO 27001:2005 and ISO 13485:2003, and registered to EN 15038:2006 and ISO 14971:2007. Together, these standards provide assurance that the most stringent process and quality standards for translation are followed. Merrill Brink International is a wholly owned subsidiary of Merrill Corporation.
FCPAméricas (http://www.FCPAmericas.com) provides technical commentary from international anti-corruption lawyers in English, Spanish, and Portuguese on corruption issues in Latin America in a way that is relevant to seasoned practitioners and accessible to newcomers to the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). For this latter audience, FCPAméricas also provides a primer on FCPA basics in all three languages.
Since its launch in October 2011, FCPAméricas has grown into one of the most-read FCPA blogs on the internet, averaging several thousand views per month. Our most frequently read posts describe unique corruption risks found in the region, suggest adjustments to compliance programs to respond to local cultures, and analyze regional anti-corruption developments. FCPAméricas readers tend to be professionals familiar with the FCPA and anti-corruption issues, such as in-house counsel, corporate compliance officers, and government and private sector lawyers.
FCPAméricas also attracts a strong readership of non-U.S. lawyers and professionals interested in anti-corruption issues in Latin America.