A fee request from Ropes & Gray and other lawyers representing beleaguered medical testing company LabMD Inc. in a federal appeal sheds light on the law firm’s billing rates, how much it discounts for pro bono cases and how its rates compare to rates at other firms.

On Oct. 4, lawyers for LabMD, including a team from Ropes & Gray that offered its services pro bono, asked the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit to approve $1.72 million in fees—a request that follows the company’s appellate victory in June against the FTC.

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