The Alexa Translations news section contains more than just company updates. Here, you will be the first to know about our upcoming events including webinars and workshops, and you will have access to the latest information on the translation industry through engaging articles and videos that dive into legal changes, government updates, technology changes, and much more.
The newest version of our Alexa Translations A.I. platform will significantly benefit your daily operations, both individually and across your organisation. These updates will make your translation projects faster, safer, easier, and more accurate.
Our second Bill 96 webinar focused on how the recently adopted bill will affect traditional tasks within a human resource context. Topics such as employment agreements and obligations, understanding the translation requirements, and how to prepare your communications with your employees were addressed by our expert panelists, Tania Da Silva and Stephanie Blakely, both prominent lawyers at DLA Piper.
BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT FOR LAWYERS WEBINAR - IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
On July 28th we held our Business Development for Lawyers webinar where we brought some of the brightest minds in the industry together to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing business development teams in the evolving Canadian legal landscape.
On June 1st, 2022, the world changed for companies with employees in Quebec, regardless of their size.
No longer can management teams take liberties with the language in which they communicate. Now, whether or not an employee makes the formal request, companies must prepare for all employment agreements, contracts, reviews, and any other communications to be available in French. Staff can agree to correspond in English, but an agreement must be made in writing.
QUÉBEC’S BILL 96: IMPLICATIONS OF THE FRENCH LANGUAGE LAW FOR TRADEMARK OWNERS
On May 24, 2022 the Québec provincial government adopted Bill 96, An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec (Bill 96). In short, Bill 96 is intended to significantly overhaul and strengthen the Charter of the French Language in Québec to further recognize French as the province’s only official language. The Bill seeks to reinforce the use of French language in education, business, services, publications, and daily life. This insight will highlight key impacts Bill 96 may have on trademarks and advertising in Québec.