Chambers USA named Ropes & Gray the winner of the Corporate Crime & Government Investigations Client Service Award, honoring it as a firm of the year at a ceremony on May 26 in New York.
The award underscores the firm’s dedication to seamlessly handling complex, sensitive litigation and investigations and is based on independent research by Chambers & Partners from 2015 and 2016, citing both client feedback and market commentary from lawyers outside the firm.
Companies and individuals worldwide turn to Ropes & Gray’s leading government enforcement practice to guide them through all manner of investigations, enforcement actions and compliance issues. Our attorneys understand business and regulation and help our clients preempt, resolve or mitigate the impact of government investigations and enforcement actions.
“This distinction is a testament to the outstanding quality of service attorneys across our global practices provide to our clients, and it is indicative of our world-class commitment to helping clients navigate complex investigations and highly sensitive matters,” said Michael McGovern, co-chair of the government enforcement practice.
A client interviewed by Chambers USA remarked that “client service at Ropes & Gray is number one, and nothing interferes with this commitment.”
Chambers further noted, “This expert corporate crime practice attracts a loyal client base that attests that ‘Ropes & Gray is completely resourced to handle the gamut of legal tasks and leaves not a single detail to chance.’”
Ropes & Gray had its strongest showing to date in the 2016 Chambers USA guide released May 27, earning 51 practice rankings and 139 individual attorney rankings.
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