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Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz, P.C.

Barry, Corrado, Grassi & Gillin-Schwartz is a full service law firm in Wildwood, NJ that primarily serves the needs of clients in Cape May County and Cumberland Counties. We specialize in Personal Injury, Real Estate and Land Use, Criminal Law, Estate Litigation, Maritime Law and Employment Law.

Cape May Personal Injury
New Jersey Maritime Lawyers
Cape May Real Estate Attorneys
Wildwood Criminal Lawyers
Cape May Estate Litigation
Cape May Civil rights Lawyers

Meet Our Attorneys

Stephen Barry

STEPHEN BARRY

 

FRANK CORRADO

FRANK CORRADO

JOSEPH GRASSI

JOSEPH GRASSI
SUZANNE PASLEY
SUZANNE PASLEY

CHRIS GILLIN-SCHWARTZ

CHRIS GILLIN-SCHWARTZ

Oliver Barry

Oliver Barry

Justin Turner

Justin Turner

Recent Firm News

State Pays $2.4M To Native American Tribe, Officially Recognizes It After 6 Years

State Pays $2.4M To Native American Tribe, Officially Recognizes It After 6 Years

After years of fighting, a New Jersey Native American tribe is once again officially recognized. Attorney General Gurbir Grewal announced Thursday the state settled with the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation. As part of the settlement, the state will pay the tribe $2.4 million, and officially proclaim it has recognized the 3,000-member Native American tribe. The state made no admission of wrongdoing in the agreement. “Tribal rights are important rights, and through... Read More

NJ Agrees To Recognize Tribe, Pay $2.4M To End Court Battle

NJ Agrees To Recognize Tribe, Pay $2.4M To End Court Battle

Law360 (November 15, 2018, 2:52 PM EST) New Jersey will affirm its prior recognition of the Nanticoke LenniLenape Tribal Nation as a staterecognized tribe under a $2.4 million settlement over claims that state officials wrongfully repudiated that status and thus caused the tribe to lose federal benefits, the parties announced Thursday. In a deal resolving the tribe’s federal and state lawsuits against the state attorney general, New Jersey acknowledged that... Read More