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Ropes adds details to defense against bias claim by ex-associate

Law firm says actions taken against its former employee were not in retaliation for his complaint to EEOC

, The Am Law Daily

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In new filings made in connection with former associate John Ray III's bias suit against Ropes & Gray, the firm explains why barring Ray from entering its Boston headquarters and refusing to provide him with a promised recommendation letter were not acts of retaliation prompted by his decision to complain to the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission about how the firm had treated him.

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