Eileen M. Falk joined Ropes & Gray’s Litigation and Enforcement practice group in 2018. Eileen focuses her practice on antitrust and complex civil litigation. Eileen routinely advises clients on antitrust compliance and risk in proposed mergers and acquisitions, including in FTC and DOJ reviews and Second Requests. She also advises clients on issues related to consumer protection and government investigations. She maintains a robust pro bono practice representing clients in asylum proceedings and in criminal and civil appeals.
Eileen graduated with High Honors from The George Washington University Law School, where she served as an executive editor of The George Washington Law Review. Prior to law school, she worked in records management at another international law firm.
- Representing major international technology company in connection with DOJ and multi-state monopolization lawsuits.
- Routinely advises client companies on antitrust compliance and risk in proposed mergers and acquisitions, including in FTC and DOJ reviews and Second Requests.
- Represented numerous medical technology and pharmaceutical companies in successfully navigating Second Requests.
- Represented board members of health and wellness company in settlement of FTC Bureau of Consumer Protection investigation and lawsuit.
- Supported work of Independent Compliance Monitor appointed by DOJ and SEC in connection with Foreign Corrupt Practices Act DPA settlement.
- Representing criminal defendant on appeal of his conviction and sentence, including presentation of oral argument at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit.
- Successfully represented family of refugees in immigration court proceedings, securing a grant of asylum.
- Represented client in successful appeal of D.C. Compensation Review Board’s affirmation of a disputed worker’s compensation settlement agreement at the D.C. Court of Appeals.
- Represented victim of domestic violence seeking Civil Protection Order in proceedings at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
- Assisted in successful Eleventh Circuit appeal for a reversal of summary judgment in Section 1983 suit for excessive force on behalf of a Florida inmate.