Ropes & Gray Highly Acclaimed in Legal 500 US

Practices: Executive Compensation & Employee Benefits, Finance, Lending, Business Restructuring, Health Care, Intellectual Property Litigation, Intellectual Property Transactions, Investment Management, Hedge Funds, Private Equity, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate Investments & Transactions, Tax, Patent Strategy

Ropes & Gray is ranked in 18 practice areas in the 2014 Legal 500 US rankings, announced on June 25. The firm received new rankings in the corporate restructuring/bankruptcy and the technology, media and telecommunications sector, including in the areas of cybercrime, data protection and privacy as well as transactions. The firm also was named as a finalist for the 2014 Legal 500 U.S. Awards in the areas of health care and mutual/registered funds. Winners will be announced on July 2.

In addition, 72 of our lawyers have been highlighted as recommended individuals in their areas of practice.

The publication cites clients who laud Ropes & Gray as “‘[o]ne of the top firms in the industry.’” Legal 500 also notes that the firm “maintains an enviable reputation” and that teams have “‘considerable depth’” and give “’pragmatic advice tailored to meet business objectives.’”

Ropes & Gray ranked in the following practice categories:

  • Employee benefits and executive compensation
  • Finance: Bank lending (including other sources of financing)
  • Finance: Corporate restructuring (including bankruptcy)
  • Industry focus: Healthcare: life sciences
  • Industry focus: Healthcare: service providers
  • Intellectual property: Patent licensing and transactional
  • Intellectual property: Patent litigation: full coverage
  • Intellectual property: patent prosecution: utility and design patents
  • Investment fund formation and management: Alternative/hedge funds
  • Investment fund formation and management: Mutual/registered funds
  • Investment fund formation and management: Private equity funds
  • Media, technology and telecoms: Cyber Crime
  • Mergers, acquisitions and buyouts: M&A: large deals ($1bn-5bn)
  • Mergers, acquisitions and buyouts: Private equity buyouts
  • Real Estate and construction: real estate
  • Tax: Domestic tax: East Coast
  • Technology: Data Protection and Privacy
  • Technology: Transactions

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