For much of the last century, Ropes & Gray was known primarily as a toptier Boston law firm. But a pair of highprofile mergers during the past ten years has greatly expanded the firms reach and its expertise. A 2003 merger with Reboul, MacMurray, Hewitt & Maynard boosted...
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...Ropes & Gray is acting for New York private equity firm Blackstone Group...
...Ropes & Gray has settled a two-year-old discrimination lawsuit brought by former...
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