Ms. Marino is a 25-year lawyer and a State Bar of California Certified Criminal Law Specialist. Her practice focuses on white collar and complex criminal litigation on both a national and international level. Ms. Marino regularly represents entities and individuals in matters involving allegations of all aspects of fraud, including, wire and mail fraud, health care fraud, insurance and bank fraud, as well as allegations of money laundering, conspiracy, computer crimes, bribery and kickbacks, counterfeiting and copyright infringement, tax crimes, securities cases, antitrust matters, and public corruption investigations including FCPA violations. Ms. Marino’s ability to communicate persuasively with all government agencies on behalf of her client has served her client’s interests for more than two decades, and is only matched by her skills as an effective and aggressive litigator.
Ms. Marino is the current Director of Continuing Legal Education for the Criminal Justice Section (CJS) of the American Bar Association (ABA) and the chairperson of the Women in White Collar Committee. Previously, Ms. Marino served by appointment on the CJS Council of the ABA for six years. Ms. Marino is also the current chair of the Criminal Justice Section of Women Lawyers of Los Angeles. In 2011 and again in 2015, Ms. Marino was selected by the Judges of the Central District of California to serve a three year term on the Standing Committee on Attorney Discipline, and she has previously served the Court by appointment as a lawyer representative in the capacity of liaison between the bench and the bar.
Ms. Marino is a regular speaker and author on topics relating to the practice of criminal law. Ms. Marino is co-author to the chapter on “Public Corruption” in Matthew Bender’s two volume set Federal Sentencing for Business Crimes as well as author to numerous publications both national and international. Most recently, Ms. Marino addressed CPAs and other financial professionals in Los Angeles at the IIA-ACFE Fall Fraud Conference in a program entitled: “Advising Corporate Clients On International Criminal & Regulatory Investigations.” Ms. Marino is also a regular speaker at the National Institute on White Collar Crime.
Ms. Marino is a native New Yorker, transplanted in LA, with residence in Miami and London along the way.
Ms. Marino has been voted by her peers as a Southern California SuperLawyer since 2004.