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Gianna N. McArthur is an associate in the firm’s General Liability, Tort and Insurance Defense department. Gianna’s practice is focused on tort litigation, specifically insurance and tort defense. Gianna strives to provide her clients with quality service and representation.

Prior to attending law school, Gianna worked as a researcher and studied both robotics and the effect of various investigational drugs on cancer patients. Gianna has also volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician with her local fire department.

While in law school, Gianna was a member of the Journal of International and Business Law and interned with the United States Coast Guard. Gianna graduated from law school with an intellectual property law honors concentration.

Areas of Concentration:

  • Tort Litigation

Practice Areas


  • New York
  • New Jersey


  • J.D., Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, 2019
  • B.A., Vassar College, 2008

Professional and Community Activities

  • Member, Defense Association of New York, Public Relations, Sponsors and Advertising Committee
  • Member, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Incorporated 

Honors and Awards

  • Merit Scholarship
  • Silver Public Service Award



  • McArthur, G., Gutierrez, A., Rosenblum, H., Sahktah, H., Stickles, E., Doorly, N., Long, J. Locomotor Performance of Free-Swimming Robots Propelled by Biomimetic Tails. January 3rd, 2008, Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Antonio, TX
  • Doorly, N., Stickles, E., Sahktah, H., Rosenblum, H., Gutierrez, A., McArthur, G., Liew, C., Root, R., Long, J. Selection on Behavior Drives Evolution of Motor and Sensory Characters in Autonomous Fish-like Robots. January 3rd, 2008, Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology, San Antonio, TX.
  • Irving, K., Engel, V., Combie, K., McArthur, G., Doorly, N., Bantilan, K., Root, R., Liew, C., Koob, T., Long, J. Testing the Adaptive Value of Vertebrate Tail Stiffness, I: Robotic Simulation. January 6th 2007, Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology, Phoenix, AZ.


  • Kumar, A., Casulo C., Yahalom, J., Schöder, H., Barr P., Caron P., Chiu A., Constine L., Drullinsky P., Friedberg J., Gerecitano J., Hamilton A., Hamlin P., Horwitz S., Jacob A., Matasar M., McArthur, G., McCall S., Moskowitz A., Noy A., Palomba M., Portlock C., Straus D., Vander Els N., Verwys S., Yang J., Younes A., Zelenetz A., Zhang Z. and Craig H. Moskowitz (2016). Brentuximab vedotin and AVD followed by involved-site radiotherapy in early stage, unfavorable risk Hodgkin lymphoma. Blood, 128:1458-1464.
  • Doorly, N., Irving, K., McArthur, G., Combie, K., Engel, V., Sakhtah, H., Stickles, E., Rosenblum, H., Gutierrez, A., Root, R., Liew, C-W. and J.H. Long Jr. (2009). Biomimetic evolutionary analysis: robotically-stimulated vertebrates in predator-prey ecology. Proceedings of the 2009 IEEE Symposium on Artificial Life, 147-154.