Greenberg Traurig Adds Robert C. Ross, Former Chief Legal Counsel to Massachusetts Governor
BOSTON, MA—Global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP added Robert C. Ross, former chief legal counsel to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, to its Boston Government Law & Policy Practice as of counsel. In this role, Ross will focus on guiding clients with a wide range of complex regulatory, governance, and transactional matters.
Ross brings over 23 years of experience advising senior government leaders and has worked with numerous state and local agencies on myriad legal, administrative, and legislative issues. He has held numerous state government roles in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, most recently serving as chief legal counsel for former Governor Baker, whose term ended in January. As the governor’s chief legal counsel, Ross oversaw a team of in-house attorneys and advised the governor’s office and state agencies on many issues, including the Commonwealth’s COVID-19 pandemic response. He also oversaw litigation and approved settlements on behalf of the Commonwealth.
Prior to his work as chief legal counsel, Ross was general counsel in the Executive Office for Administration and Finance, where he oversaw the drafting of legislation filed by the governor, including the preparation of five annual state budgets.
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