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December Judgment: Translators and Insurance Board

december judgment: Thereafter, the defendant seems to then engage in a sort of vicious cycle in terms of continuing to offer work to these translators as an incentive to wait for payment, says the December judgment in the small claims case, according to Toronto Star. As well, translators are made to feel if they do not accept the work they will have to wait longer to get paid. In a judgment against Able Translations, which has enjoyed contracts with the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board and University Health Network among others, judge Laura Oliver said the company aggressively targets newly trained translators who are new to Canada and looking to start a new life in a new country. In an emailed statement to the Star, a spokesperson for Able said the company wasn't notified of the small claims case and was therefore unable to defend itself. The Star first wrote about Able Translations alleged payment issues in 2015, and then again in 2017. Able said it will challenge the decision. ( As reported in the news.