Lori A. Marano, Esq.

Senior Trial/Appellate and Managing Partner at Gabriele Marano, LLP

Lori A. Marano has passionately defended health care providers in medical malpractice actions for over 30 years. In that time, she has built a successful career as a trial and appellate attorney, and has also had excellent results representing providers in licensure matters before the Office of Professional Medical Conduct and the Office of Professional Discipline. She is a graduate of Hofstra University School of Law, where she served as Associate Editor of the Hofstra Law Review. Along with the late Norman Bard, Esq., she is co-author of New York Medical Malpractice [1994 ed.], a three-volume treatise that has been a staple in many courtrooms and libraries for decades.

In addition to being the principal and managing partner, Ms. Marano is the firm’s Senior Trial and Appellate Counsel. She is a former Chair of the Appellate Practice Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association and served two terms on its Judicial Screening Committee. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations and the American Society of Health and Risk Management.  Ms. Marano has been recognized by Marquis, Who’s Who in America (2020), as an Outstanding Woman in Law by Hofstra University (2018), and as a Legal Eagle by Pulse Magazine (2015-2016). She and her partners have lectured to healthcare providers on various risk management issues, including documentation, informed consent and electronic medical records. She is admitted to practice in the Courts of the State of New York and the Southern and Eastern Districts.

Gabriele Marano, LLP was founded in 2012.  Since that time, the firm has embraced a paperless business model, with the capacity for all employees to work securely and effectively from remote locations.  In spite of this, the professional staff chooses to travel to the office most days, largely because of the harmonious culture of collaboration and cooperation they have developed over the years.  “We work in teams as we develop our litigation strategies with appreciation and utilization of each team member’s strengths.  This approach not only yields excellence in all areas of our practice, it has allowed us to cultivate litigators that are now practicing at the top of their field”, says Ms. Marano.  She credits much of the firm’s success to the dedication and skill of her partners and staff.  “We are fierce and calculating advocates to our adversaries and compassionate counsellors to our clients”.

The firm is mindful of giving back to the community and supports and promotes various charities, including; food networks, local animal shelters and organizations that provide school supplies to underprivileged children.  “We make charitable giving fun and interesting in order to encourage maximum participation.  By making everyone part of the process we are engendering a sense of community within the firm while raising awareness of these worthy causes.”

Over the years, Gabriele Marano, LLP has developed a loyal client base of health care providers and institutions.  “It is not uncommon to receive notes and letters of gratitude from our many clients who have been thrilled with the service we provide and the outcomes we have achieved for them.  This, above all, makes all the hard work worthwhile.”

Her advice to other business owners: Be in service to your clients and your valued employees.  Making them a priority is key to developing and maintaining long-term relationships.  No business can succeed without them.


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