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J.D., with honors, The University of Texas School of Law, 2013

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A.B., cum laude, Social Studies, Harvard College, 2009


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Ralph C. Mayrell, Associate

Ralph C. Mayrell is a litigator whose practice has focused on complex commercial litigation and appeals, with experience representing government contractors in False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Act, and government contracts disputes, and defending businesses in civil antitrust litigation.  Ralph also has worked on Foreign Corrupt Practice Act and criminal antitrust investigations, as well as pro bono federal criminal appeals.

Before joining Robbins, Russell in 2018,  Mr.   Mayrell was an associate in the Washington D.C. office of Vinson & Elkins LLP. 

Professional Activities, Publications and Honors:

  • Editorial Advisory Board, Law360 Aerospace & Defense Wire

  • Despite DOJ Memos, Strong False Claims Act Enforcement is Likely Here to Stay, National Law Journal (2018)

  • The Statistics of Relists, OT 2016 Edition: Has the Relist Lost Its Mojo?  Not Quite, Scotusblog (2017)

  • DC Circ. and 4th Circ. Strengthen FCA First-To-File Bar, Law360 Expert Analysis (2017)

  • As Virginia Companies Conduct Business Abroad, Arbitration Clauses Ensure They Can Collect When Legal Disputes Occur, Virginia Lawyer (2017)

  • A Dose of 'Vitamin C' Boosts International Comity, National Law Journal (2016)

  • The Statistics of Relist Redux: October Term 2015, Scotusblog (2016)

  • Government's 'Victory' in Escobar Is Actually a Win for FCA Defendants, Corporate Counsel (2016)

  • Government Contractors Railroaded Again by the False Claims Act? Railroad Retirement Board Doubles FCA Penalties, Foreshadowing Likely Increase by DOJ, Law360 (2016)

  • From Judgment Day to Payday in International Disputes, Law360 (2016)

  • New York Curtails Seizure of Foreign Assets to Satisfy Awards, Arbitration (2015)