Elizabeth Marino is a trial lawyer focused on pharmaceutical and health care disputes, qui tam claims, and financial, securities, and data fraud. She also assists clients in complex products liabilities cases, including those involving clinical trials. Elizabeth has tried matters before arbitral tribunals and in courts across the United States. Most recently, she successfully defended a pharmaceutical client against a $300+ million claim in a cross-border arbitration tried under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). A unanimous panel of arbitrators found no breach and awarded the client millions in fees and costs.
In addition to her deep trial experience, Elizabeth counsels clients regarding licensing, collaboration, and related contractual disputes. She also has an active practice conducting investigations, protecting trade secrets, and advising clients regarding compliance with federal regulatory schemes, including the False Claims Act, Anti-Kickback Statute, and requirements for clinical trials and FDA approval. The clients she serves include pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers, financial institutions, data providers, real estate corporations, and hospital groups. Elizabeth also writes and speaks on changes to the complex regulatory landscape governing health care providers and financial services firms.
Elizabeth has an active pro bono practice, defending clients facing deportation proceedings and representing special needs clients through Equip for Equality, a nonprofit that operates the federally mandated Protection and Advocacy System for Illinois. Elizabeth recently led a team of lawyers from Jones Day and a valued Firm client in obtaining asylum for an Eritrean refugee who fled his home country to escape faith-based persecution.
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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. 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