Translation Memory: Who Should Own It? And Why?
by Donald A. DePalma
August 11, 2010
August 11, 2010

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Companies that buy language services and agencies that sell these services ask us to help them deal with conflicts about translation memory (TM) ownership. Our standard response has been that translation memories are works performed as hire or constitute a derived work, in both cases belonging to the client. However, in a recent survey, we found that a large percentage of LSPs disagree with us. This brief outlines the issues that concern suppliers – and which affect buyers.

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