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.
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Representing separated families at U.S.–Mexico border
Learn about Ropes & Gray’s firmwide effort to assist immigrant children and their parents who were separated at the Texas border as part of the U.S. government’s “zero-tolerance” policy.
Lawyers Without Borders
Since 2015, Ropes & Gray has been working with international non-governmental organization Lawyers Without Borders to address key legal issues in Africa.
Practice with Purpose
Ropes & Gray’s commitment to making a positive difference for our clients, our communities and our people is fundamental to our culture. Our “Practice with Purpose” video highlights the many ways in which we demonstrate that commitment.
2020 Roscoe Trimmier Jr. Diversity Scholarship Recipients
We are pleased to announce that Ropes & Gray has selected seven outstanding law students from diverse backgrounds to receive the fifth annual Roscoe Trimmier Jr. Diversity Scholarship.