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"Her technical knowledge is top-notch and she explains things to an understandable level. She is incredible, with no negatives noted." "She is a dean of the Bar in terms of public finance and bond issuances - her reputation is extremely well established. She has been one of the preeminent financing lawyers in Boston for some time." "She is the best in Boston for bond issuances by hospitals."
"She is so well versed in healthcare law and has an extensive knowledge base. She just gives such great advice." "She's tremendous on Medicare and health insurance payor disputes."
"She has a fantastic and insightful mind and the ability to get to the core of the issue." "She is a very accomplished person and excellent at what she does." "Eve Brunts is extraordinarily responsive."
"He is a brilliant healthcare lawyer and has a particularly good way about him that allows him to teach without coming off as 'telling,' which is really important when discussing transformational change." "He has incredible experience as a transactional healthcare attorney, great judgment, exceptional responsiveness and excellent communication skills." "He's a really savvy lawyer who understands the business of healthcare and uses that understanding to provide a high level of service to clients."
"He is big picture-oriented and an excellent deal maker with a wonderful breadth of experience." "He is an excellent lawyer - he approaches things from a practical perspective and understands the gray area." "He has very good healthcare regulatory expertise."
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The health care industry in the 21st century faces tremendous change driven by growing demand, new technologies, shifting business models and intense government scrutiny. Clients benefit from Ropes & Gray’s deep experience in health care law, and our intimate knowledge of our clients’ industries, which position the firm to preempt and resolve legal issues across the full range of relevant practices.
More than 60 attorneys in Ropes & Gray offices across the United States represent virtually every sector of the global health care industry, including academic medical centers and community hospitals, health care investors and financial institutions, medical schools, pharmaceutical companies, pharmacy benefit managers, medical device companies, managed care organizations and insurance companies, health care provider organizations, physician practice groups, health care technology companies, biomedical companies, and long-term care and nursing home providers.
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