Litigation and enforcement associate Genieva Hylton joined Ropes & Gray’s Washington, D.C. office in 2017. Genieva’s practice includes anti-corruption, internal investigations, financial fraud investigations and complex civil litigation. She maintains an active pro bono practice representing victims of domestic violence in partnership with the D.C. Volunteer Lawyers Project.
During law school, Genieva was a Current Development editor for the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal. She was also an active member of the Georgetown Black Law Students Association, serving as Career Chair for the 2016-2017 academic year.
- Assisted in fact development and systems review for an independent compliance monitorship pursuant to a DPA settlement.
- Conducted internal investigation for global medical device companies in response to alleged violations of the False Claims Act, including off-label promotion.
- Assisted in defense of a medical device manufacturer facing a False Claims Act qui tam suit relating to alleged kickbacks.
- Conducted pre-acquisition anti-corruption due diligence for corporate clients.
- Represented domestic violence victims seeking Civil Protection Orders.