False Claims Act: Implied Certification Theory
Kirsten Mayer, Ropes & Gray litigation & enforcement partner, examines the implied certification theory of liability under the False Claims Act.
Value-based health care: compliance infrastructure
Brett Friedman, Ropes & Gray health care partner, discusses the impact to compliance organizations as payment models transition from traditional fee-for-service to value-based.
Pending Supreme Court PTAB cases
Scott McKeown, Ropes & Gray IP litigation partner and chair of the firm’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board (PTAB) group, discusses potential impacts of pending Supreme Court PTAB cases, Oil States and SAS Institute.
FTC's merger remedies study
Jonathan Klarfeld, Ropes & Gray antitrust partner, discusses key takeaways and likely impacts of the Federal Trade Commission's recent divestiture study.
Shareholder proposal rule
Keith Higgins, chair of Ropes & Gray’s securities & governance practice, examines SEC Rule 14a-8, the shareholder proposal rule.
Value-based health care: the role of payors
Bill Knowlton, Ropes & Gray health care partner, examines the critically important role of payors in value-based health care programs.
China’s new cybersecurity law
Mimi Yang, a Ropes & Gray government enforcement partner in Hong Kong, provides an overview of China’s new cybersecurity law (CSL), which came into effect in June 2017.
Changing values of IP and data in deals
Ed Black, co-head of Ropes & Gray’s IP transactions and technology, media & telecommunications practice groups, discusses changing values of IP and data in M&A transactions.
Value-based health care: provider integration
John Chesley, Ropes & Gray health care partner, addresses developments for providers to consider as they integrate and move towards value-based health care models.
Cloud computing security
Jim DeGraw, Ropes & Gray technology partner, addresses cloud computing security issues that companies should be aware of as they consider moving data to the cloud.
UK corporate offence of failure to prevent tax evasion
Andrew Howard, Ropes & Gray tax partner, discusses the UK’s new corporate criminal offence of failure to prevent tax evasion, which goes into effect in September 2017.
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