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Clarifying AB5: Meaning and Impact for Independent Translators and Interpreters in the US*

  In September 2019, the California State Senate voted to pass California Assembly Bill 5, or AB5. This law requires that people working in California for a company primarily engaged in the type of work that someone working for them is doing (which would include translators working for translation agencies, though not translators working for a company primarily engaged in something

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The SPD thanks all of its #ATA60 sponsors!

The Spanish Language Division (SPD) loves its sponsors! On behalf of all SPD members, we want to express our deepest gratitude to the sponsors that generously supported our activities during the American Translators Association 60th Annual Conference in Palm Springs, CA. Thanks also to everyone who brought candies, jewelry, wine, and other gifts from their native countries to share in

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Episode Four of the ATA SPD Podcast – An interview with Tony Rosado

Summary: In episode four, we interviewed Tony Rosado, a well-known judicial and conference interpreter in the United States, US Supreme Court certified, and a lawyer graduated from the Escuela Libre de Derecho. Tony has served as an interpreter for the Department of State, the Olympic Games, some political events, and for the most prominent English and Spanish radio and television networks.

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The May 2018 Issue of Intercambios is ready!

Dear SPD members and followers, We are pleased to announce another great edition of Intercambios! IN THIS ISSUE… Columns From My Desk By Rosario ‘Charo’ Welle Editorial By Yilda Ruiz Monroy ¿Cómo se dice en México? By Andre Moskowitz Mil hojas: Cosas de perros By Olga Lucía Mutis Del refranero de Sancho Panza Motivo de reflexión Articles Interpreters Galore: Why are

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