Gordon Caplan, the co-chair of Willkie Farr & Gallagher who is now on leave after being indicted on allegations in the college admissions scandal, has turned to Ropes & Gray to defend him.

On Monday afternoon, Ropes & Gray partner Joshua Levy in Boston, co-chair of the firm’s global litigation and enforcement practice, entered an appearance representing Caplan. Additionally, Ropes & Gray partner Michael McGovern, co-chair of the firm’s government enforcement practice, is on the team representing Caplan. A Ropes & Gray alumni is among the team prosecuting the sprawling case.

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