Vorys Receives International Innovation Award for Online Seller Enforcement Legal Practice

“We continually challenge ourselves to find new ways to tackle the problems our clients are facing”

The College of Law Practice Management, an international organization that recognizes excellence in law practice management, announced today that Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease LLP was a recipient of a 2017 InnovAction Award. Vorys was one of just two recipients of this year’s award.

Since 1994, InnovAction Awards have recognized outstanding innovation in the delivery of legal services, demonstrating to the legal community how passionate professionals, with big ideas and strong convictions, resolve to create effective change.

The 2017 award recognized the Vorys online seller enforcement group for its innovation in providing a comprehensive approach to help brands preserve their online brand value. The team combined novel legal tactics with the abilities of cyber investigators and efficiencies of technology to not only help remove unauthorized online products for sale, but also help stop them from returning by identifying and pursuing the source of the goods. The group provides online seller enforcement services to more than 100 clients across the country, many of which are global brands.

Whitney Gibson, a Vorys partner and leader of the firm’s online seller enforcement group, said his multi-disciplinary team was delighted by the international recognition. “We continually challenge ourselves to find new ways to tackle the problems our clients are facing,” Gibson said. “Our entire team contributed to the online seller enforcement program from which so many of our clients are now benefiting. We are both grateful for the recognition and aware of the need to continue to improve our services in this constantly changing field.”

Patrick Lamb, the founding member of the Valorem Law Group and chair of the InnovAction Program, applauded this year’s recipients. “This year’s entries were particularly strong and showed that innovation is happening in the legal profession. The College of Law Practice Management, through the InnovAction Program, is pleased to honor this year’s winners for their thoughtful and innovative approach to solving significant problems confronted by many clients. They join an elite list of prior winners.”

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