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U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Examines Threat to Wall Street from Cyber Attacks

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Examines Threat to Wall Street from Cyber Attacks   The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will examine, according to Bloomberg News, the exposure of stock exchanges, brokerages and also other Wall Street firms to cyber-attacks that have been called a threat to financial stability. A cyber-attack is any…>read more

No Comment March 28, 2014

Ropes & Gray Hires Richard Gallagher from Orrick

Ropes & Gray Hires Richard Gallagher from Orrick   Ropes & Gray LLP has announced that renowned litigator Richard Gallagher has left Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe to join the firm’s San Francisco office as a partner in the litigation practice group. Gallagher is well known in the Bay…>read more

No Comment January 28, 2014

Ropes & Gray Welcomes Patent Litigator Andrew Thomases

Ropes & Gray Welcomes Patent Litigator Andrew Thomases Ropes & Gray LLP announced that well-known patent litigator Andrew N. Thomases has joined the law firm as a partner in the intellectual property litigation group. The firm said that the addition of Thomases added another premier litigator to their…>read more

No Comment November 6, 2013

Ropes & Gray Faring Well in Discrimination Case

Ropes & Gray Faring Well in Discrimination Case   Ropes & Gray are currently involved in a discrimination lawsuit with their former associate, John Ray. Former employee of Ropes & Gray, Harvard graduate John H. Ray III, claimed that the firm violated Title VII of the Civil Rights…>read more

No Comment August 1, 2013

Ropes Continues to Fight Against Ex-Association Discrimination Suit

Ropes Continues to Fight Against Ex-Association Discrimination Suit John Ray III continues to pile on new filings to an old and dead case. He was fired from Ropes & Gray in December of 2008 when they chose to not make him a ninth-year associate, and hence not a…>read more

No Comment April 16, 2013

South Korea Opens Its Market To Three Foreign Law Offices

South Korea Opens Its Market To Three Foreign Law Offices South Korea is open for business. They’ve just lifted their bar on foreign law offices, signing a free-trade agreement last year, and as of Monday three firms have received an initial approval, and after the Korean Bar Association gives a…>read more

No Comment July 18, 2012

Goffer Insider-Trading Trial Deliberations Begin

Goffer Insider-Trading Trial Deliberations Begin The trial of Mr. Goffer and two others started Thursday who have been charged with insider-trading, conspiracy and securities fraud. Jurors asked for office supplies – dry erase board and the trading records cited as evidence. The trial shall be…>read more

No Comment June 7, 2011

Snooping Went on at Ropes & Gray During Insider Trial

Snooping Went on at Ropes & Gray During Insider Trial Attorney Brian Santerlas testifies at the insider trading trial of Zvi Goffer, Emanuel Goffer and trader Michael Kimelman. Santerlas was an attorney at the law firm of Ropes & Gray, and claimed that he would “snoop” on the law firm,…>read more

No Comment May 26, 2011

Former Aide to Abramoff Must Pay Firm Millions in Restitution

Former Aide to Abramoff Must Pay Firm Millions in Restitution According to today’s article at AmLawDaily.com, Michael Scanlon, former aide to Greenberg Traurig partner Jack Abramoff, “cannot challenge the firm’s request that he pay $17.7 million in restitution to the firm for money it distributed to victims in a fraud scheme,”…>read more

No Comment April 21, 2011

Morning Roundup

Morning Roundup Good morning everybody! Today is Thursday, November 11th, and it’s Veterans Day. Here’s a quick look back at yesterday’s stories. Austin-based labor and employment shareholder Peyton Smith was named Winstead PC’s new firm-wide lateral hiring shareholder… McKool Smith ranked high…>read more

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