GAURI SHIRALI SHAH was admitted to the New Jersey Bar as well as the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey in 1991. She was admitted to the New York Bar in 1996. Ms. Shah graduated with a BA degree in Economics from Rutgers University in 1988 and received her Juris Doctor from Rutgers Law School -Newark in 1991. While at Rutgers School of Law – Newark, Ms. Shah was the Notes and Comments Editor for the Women’s Rights Law Reporter and handled matters for the Urban Legal Clinic.
Ms. Shah was previously a Deputy Attorney General with the New Jersey Division of Law from 1991 through 1998. During that time, Ms. Shah represented the Department of Environmental Protection in land use and air pollution enforcement matters in various forums including the Office of Administrative Law, Superior Court – Chancery Division and the Appellate Division. She also provided counsel on diverse environmental issues to the Commissioner of the Department. During her tenure at the Division of Law, Ms. Shah also represented State Departments and Entities in tort claims brought against them under the New Jersey Tort Claims Act, FELA and Section 1983 of the Civil Rights Act in both the State and Federal Courts.
Ms. Shah has also served as an associate attorney with the law Firm of Denoia and Tambasco in Toms River, New Jersey, where she handled civil defense of professional negligence actions and general litigation matters. Ms. Shah has also served as counsel on criminal appeal matters for the New Jersey Public Defenders Office, Appellate Section.
Since joining Pringle Quinn Anzano in July 2002, Ms. Shah has specialized in the Firm’s insurance fraud practice with an emphasis on matters involving medical provider fraud. She also represents health care providers in transactional matters, and provides legal counsel to health care practitioners in the area of regulatory compliance with State and Federal health care laws and professional licensing board rules and regulations.