Attorneys & Professionals
Bryan Farkas, a partner in the Vorys Cleveland office, was one of ten attorneys selected by Crain’s Cleveland Business for the July 2013 “Who to Watch in Law” section. Farkas was selected for his dedication to his clients and for his work with the firm’s Israel practice.
The story states:
“Mr. Farkas spent two years in Israel, where he completed a post-graduate program studying Jewish philosophy and Talmudic law at the Heiden Torah Institute. In the process, he learned a lot about Israel and met several entrepreneurs and doctors — which made him a prime candidate to help Vorys start its Israeli practice in 2012.
The practice helps Israeli companies, typically in the biomedical industry, expand into the United States. Mr. Farkas leaves the science-related intellectual property work to his colleagues. He focuses on helping the companies with contracts, tax issues and other legal concerns.
But sometimes the assistance he provides isn't related to the law. Mr. Farkas said he works hard to understand his clients' problems and does what he can to help solve them — or put the client in touch with someone who can.
‘You have to understand your client's business before you can help them solve any problem,’ he said.”
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