Justin L. DiBiasio is an associate in the litigation and intellectual property practices of Harper Meyer. Mr. DiBiasio’s practice includes work on complex commercial litigation and arbitration matters. In addition, Mr. DiBiasio has previously assisted clients in administrative litigation both nationally and internationally, including with regard to alleged violations of Federal health care regulations and Colombian laws on marketing pharmaceuticals. Mr. DiBiasio’s experience in the court includes two years as a law clerk in Massachusetts, including in the Business Litigation Session of the Superior Court and with the former Chief Justice of the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Apart from litigation, Mr. DiBiasio has advised clients on contractual matters and corporate and regulatory compliance. Prior to joining the Firm, Mr. DiBiasio worked in the Boston office of an international law firm representing hospital systems, hospitals, physician groups, and long-term care facilities in various aspects of their general business and health care matters, including transactions, operations, and internal and government investigations. His experience in this area includes physician and payor contracting, space and equipment leasing, health information privacy, and clinical trials. In addition, Mr. DiBiasio worked in the intellectual property group of an international law firm in Bogota helping international pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers import and commercialize their products in Colombia.
Mr. DiBiasio earned his law degree in 2006, cum laude, from Boston College Law School. During law school, he was a staff writer for the Uniform Commercial Code Reporter-Digest and a research assistant for the director of the Legal Research, Reasoning, and Writing Program. Mr. DiBiasio received his Bachelor of Arts degree, summa cum laude, in English and psychology from the University of Rhode Island, where he was an Honors Program graduate and the sole recipient of the President’s Award for Student Excellence in both majors.
Mr. DiBiasio is admitted to practice in Florida, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Colombia.