Michael G. Marzano joined Ropes & Gray in 2013 as an associate in the litigation department. Michael represents health care companies, private equity firms, and other corporations in government enforcement actions, internal investigations, and complex business litigation.
Michael also has experience advising clients on anti-corruption risk and compliance. He also has an active pro bono practice. During law school, Michael spent a summer working for the New Jersey Attorney General’s Division of Law.
- JD, Columbia University School of Law, 2013; Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar
- BA (History & Political Science), magna cum laude ; Phi Beta Kappa, Northwestern University, 2009
ADMISSIONS : Illinois, 2013
- Represented multiple companies in connection with DOJ and SEC investigations involving alleged financial fraud, insider trading, and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
- Represented pharmaceutical company in DOJ and SEC investigation involving alleged material misrepresentations, off-label promotion, and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations.
- Represented diagnostic laboratory in DOJ investigation that included allegations of kickbacks, illegal referrals, and other regulatory violations.
- Represented diagnostic laboratory in multiple federal actions brought by national insurance companies involving ERISA, fraud, and state law tort claims.
- Represented a hospital network and its directors in a multi-jurisdictional shareholder litigation arising out of an equity recapitalization and obtained dismissal of all claims and summary judgment on all affirmative contractual claims.
- Represented a private equity firm in a breach of fiduciary duty action in federal court and obtained dismissal of all claims.
- Represented an assisted living company in an SEC investigation involving allegations of material misrepresentations in securities filings.
- Represented corporate executive in connection with an SEC investigation involving allegations of material misrepresentations in securities filings.
- Developed and implemented anti-corruption, anti-bribery, and trade sanctions compliance programs for companies with operations in high-risk jurisdictions.
- Obtained asylum for Congolese man persecuted on account of his political beliefs and ethnicity.
- Obtained asylum for Tajik woman persecuted on account of her non-conformity with prevailing social, political, and religious norms and who feared future persecution on account of her sexual orientation.
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