John E. Morrone, Esq., is a partner in the healthcare department with a focus on transactional and regulatory law, working in the New York City office. He joined Frier Levitt in 2008 following over twenty years as a senior healthcare executive, holding positions with academic medical centers, and private and publicly-traded physician practice management companies, and healthcare consulting groups. John received his Juris Doctorate from Seton Hall Law School and graduated cum laude. He also holds an MBA from Baruch College/Mount Sinai Medical School in Hospital and Healthcare Administration.
Due in great measure to his administrative healthcare background, John works with many of Frier Levitt’s clients in the development of business strategies. He also represents clients with Medicare and Medicaid audits, OIG and OMIG Complaints, and licensing board disciplinary matters. In addition to these, John also works on assisting pharmacies with their marketers, marketing materials, employment agreements, and HIPAA plans.
Seton Hall School of Law, Juris Doctorate, concentration in Health Law, cum laude
Baruch College/Mount Sinai Medical School, Master of Business Administration, Hospital and Healthcare Administration
New York Institute of Technology, Bachelor of Science, Biomedical Engineering
- State of New Jersey
- State of New York
- State of Connecticut
- United States District Court for the District of New Jersey
- American Bar Association – Health Law Section
- New York State Bar Association – Health Law Section
- New York County Lawyers Association – Health Law Section – Member, Health Law Committee
Prior to joining Frier Levitt, Mr. Morrone held senior executive positions with academic medical center, private and publicly-traded physician practice management companies and healthcare consulting groups
“Enforcement Activities and the Opioid Crisis,” Partnership for a Drug Free America New Jersey Drugs Don’t Work in NJ! Newsletter, Fall 2017
“Exploring Pharmaceutical Manufacturer and Specialty Pharmacy Relationships: What You Can and Cannot Do” Mediware Webinar, April 2017