Grant Hodges is a litigation associate based in Ropes & Gray’s Chicago office. Grant represents clients in connection with government enforcement actions, internal investigations, compliance matters, and complex commercial litigation. Grant has experience drafting motions and briefs, managing all aspects of discovery, and taking and defending depositions. Further, Grant regularly advises clients on anti-corruption, anti–money laundering, and trade-control risks in cross-border transactions, and he maintains an active pro bono litigation practice.
Grant attended Duke University School of Law, where he served on the moot court board and on the executive board of the Duke Law Journal. While in law school, Grant also argued before judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals and assisted with the defense of a Guantanamo Bay detainee as part of a clinical program.
- Advising the independent directors of a healthcare company as the company responds to government investigations and private lawsuits that allege undisclosed product defects and mislabeling.
- Representing a Fortune 250 company in a contract and consumer-fraud suit stemming from a data security breach.
- Representing a healthcare company in connection with a government investigation into possible False Claims Act violations.
- Representing multiple companies in connection with global anti-corruption and sanctions focused risk assessments.
- Develops anti-corruption and third-party compliance programs for clients with operations in high-risk countries.
- Conducts pre- and post-deal FCPA and international risk due diligence.
- Representing individuals in civil rights cases brought pursuant to Bivens and 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
- Represented applicants in affirmative asylum proceedings.
- Co-author, “Alien Tort Statute Returns To Supreme Court,” Law360 (April 13, 2017)
- Co-author, “What new DOJ guidance means for compliance,” Compliance Reporter (April 11, 2017)
- Co-author, “DOJ’s New Guidance for Compliance Programs,” Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance and Financial Regulation (March 19, 2017)