LOS ANGELES _ The second public hearing to create a language access plan for courts statewide _ which included California Federation of Interpreters President Ariel Torrone as a panelist _ focused on funding for expanding interpreter services and local judicial discretion.
A series of hearings are focusing public attention on gaps in language access in California courts. Tuesday, the language-access working group convened by California's Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye met in Los Angeles. Coverage by Southern … [Continue reading]
The nation's largest employer of American Sign Language interpreters has filed for bankruptcy, according to a recent Reuters report. The court filing happened late in the day March 2, "as declining revenue and mounting debt forced the company to … [Continue reading]
The National Labor Relations Board has issued a complaint charging Purple Communications with violating labor law at its Denver facility. The complaint involves multiple charges ranging from retaliation against union activists with closer scrutiny … [Continue reading]
Hello Colleagues! I wanted to update you on the latest TTIG news. I recently gave two presentations at the Deposition Reporters Association Convention about how we can best work with one another. Reporters are vital liaison between us and … [Continue reading]