His practice focuses primarily in healthcare and product liability defense, representing physicians, PPO’s and healthcare institutions in both Federal and State courts on issues regarding professional negligence, regulatory & compliance plans, HIPAA, HITECH and Fraud & Abuse investigations. He has also defended clients in a broad range of litigation including product liability, commercial disputes, insurance defense and asbestos actions.
Mr. Moroney earned an AV Peer Review Rating from Martindale-Hubbell – the highest ranking for ethical standards and professional excellence. He has also been recognized each year since 2011 in the New Jersey edition of Super Lawyers magazine, and was named one of the Top Rated Lawyers in Health Care in 2012 by legal publisher ALM.
Throughout his career, Mr. Moroney has lectured on a number of health care topics including HIPAA, Social Media, ACO’s, Fraud & Abuse, the False Claims Act, Stark laws, the Anti-Kickback Statute and Compliance plans. He regularly speaks on behalf of the Medical Society of New Jersey, and has written articles and been cited in the American Medical News, NJ Physicians Magazine, NJ Biz, NJ Law Journal, and the Legal Intelligencer.
A 1983 graduate of Lafayette College and 1986 graduate of law school at the College of William & Mary, Mr. Moroney is an Alumni Admissions Representative at both institutions. At Lafayette, he is also Chairman of the Skylands Alumni Chapter, a member of the Alumni Leadership Council, a member of the Lafayette Parents’ Council, a volunteer to the Mock Trial program, a member of his fraternity’s house corporation, and a member of the Maroon Club supporting Lafayette’s varsity athletics.
Actively involved in his community’s sports, Mr. Moroney has been a Board member and coach for the West Morris Central HS Soccer Club, the Long Valley Baseball Club and the Long Valley Lacrosse Club.
Marshall-Wythe School of Law at the College of William & Mary, J D., 1986
Lafayette College, B.A. cum laude, 1983
State of New Jersey, 1986
District of Columbia, 1988