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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...and Calfo Harrigan Leyh & Eakes against Motorola's counsel at Ropes & Gray and Summit Law Group. To bring...
In the biggest leveraged buyout since the economic crisis began, the world's third-largest personal computer maker has agreed to be sold to a group led by CEO Michael Dell and technology-focused inve
Originally Published: the_am_law_daily
...rejected that conclusion. Siding with Goldman's lawyers, John Donovan of Ropes & Gray and Paul Vizcarrondo of Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, the jury...
Originally Published: the_litigation_daily
The contrast in outcomes in Apple's patent infringement suits against Samsung in California, Korea, and Japan have some IP lawyers in Asia seeing bias in the jury verdict awarded to the Cupertino, Ca
With a strong data privacy and security program at its core, write Ropes & Gray's James DeGraw and Christine Santariga, a company meets not only its compliance goals, but changes in law, technology,
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...its ruling on the Microsoft patent in May. Ropes & Gray partner Jesse Jenner, who represented Motorola against Microsoft before the ITC...
...question about it," said Brian Erb, a corporate partner at Ropes & Gray in Palo Alto and San Francisco. "There was a chance...
International Trade Commission Judge Paul Luckern has died at 81. Luckern is credited with transforming the ITC from an obscure backwater to the go-to spot for high-tech patent battle
...and other networking sites. Rajib Chanda, a partner in Ropes & Gray's investment management practice group, says that issuing the RIA alert...
When Edward Chang was a software engineer at Microsoft, he helped develop an embryonic Windows mobile phone. These days, he uses his tech skills to catch bad guys who commit computer crimes
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