Elizabeth Marino litigates health care and intellectual property disputes, qui tam claims, and securities, financial fraud, and consumer class actions. She also assists clients in protecting trade secrets, including in lawsuits for injunctive relief. Elizabeth has tried cases in state and federal courts and administrative agencies across the United States, most recently as a member of a trial team that obtained a complete defense verdict in a three-week products liability action in Florida state court.
Elizabeth's clients include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, financial institutions and real estate corporations, commercial retailers, and hospital groups. She has represented them in all phases of litigation and alternative dispute resolution.
In addition to her trial and related litigation experience, Elizabeth regularly counsels pharmaceutical clients in licensing and related contractual disputes and conducts internal investigations. She also has an active practice advising clients regarding compliance with the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and other federal statutory schemes and related regulations. She writes and speaks on the changing landscape of the complex regulatory schemes governing health care providers and financial services firms.
Elizabeth also has an active pro bono practice and volunteers in the Chicago community. Elizabeth serves on the Leader Council of the Mercy Home for Boys and Girls and as vice president of the Harvard Law Society of Illinois.
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- Harvard University (J.D. magna cum laude 2010; Editor-in-Chief, Harvard Journal of Law & Technology); University of South Carolina (B.A. in Economics & Political Science summa cum laude 2007)
- Illinois, U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, and U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth and Seventh Circuits