Jay Rosen, Vice President, Legal & Corporate Language Solutions for Merrill Corporation and host Kortney Nordrum discuss the importance of accurate translations in compliance, including:
- Why accurate translations matter;
- What is a certified translation;
- Why Becky down the hall who spent a summer in Paris shouldn’t translate your documents;
- 3 good excuses why you don’t think you need to hire a translation company (and why you may be wrong);
- How to build a solid 3-5 year translation plan;
- Recording your translation plan for audit purposes;
- Why using free online sites may be more 1984 than 2016;
- What you should look for when hiring a translator/linguist; and
- Are translations a right or a privilege?
Jay utilizes his experience, deep industry knowledge and consultative approach to provide cost effective translation solutions for global investigations, patent and IP litigation, FCPA, Ethics and Compliance localization and cross-border matters. He is particularly interested in helping companies to proactively deal with foreign language based investigations of potential Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) exposure whether through “whistleblower” initiated, self investigation, pre-M&A due diligence or designing global monitor and compliance localization solutions.
Jay will be speaking at the 2016 Compliance & Ethics Institute, September 25-28, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Jay’s session will focus on Global ABC and FCPA Benchmarks, Best Practices, and Bootcamps. For more information go to www.complianceethicsinstitute.org
At the 2014 Society for Corporate Compliance & Ethics Compliance & Ethics Institute, Jay hosted a panel discussion with Melissa Paul from FedEx and Eric Morehead from NYSE Governance Services on “Making the Code of Conduct Resonate Across Borders”.
Jay often speaks on the subject matter of “Best Practices in Translation and Language Technology for Foreign Language Intensive Investigations” and has presented at both the San Jose and San Francisco ACFE Chapters.
Jay has contributed video content to the SCCE’s ComplianceVideos series and has appeared on NSYE Governance Services Inside Compliance interview series.
He has provided guest blogs for Tom Fox’s FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog on subjects ranging from “How Can Global Corporations Afford (or Afford Not) to Employ Professional LSPs?”, “Ethics, Compliance and School Drop-Off Etiquette”, “Don’t Get Lost in [FCPA] Translation” to “Best Practices for Localizing Corporate Ethics and Compliance Policies”.
Jay’s article on “Translation considerations for global internal investigations, ethics and compliance matters” appeared in the November/December 2012 issue of Compliance & Ethics Professional
Find Jay on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jayrosen
You may also contact Jay at email@example.com or 310-407-8184.
If you have suggestion or questions for the Compliance Perspectives Podcast, please email Kortney at firstname.lastname@example.org