Gregory C. Bartley



Greg is the Workers' Compensation Department supervisor in the firm's Roseland office. He practices exclusively in the area of workers' compensation defense, representing utility companies, adult care facilities, home improvement retailers, manufacturers and transportation companies.

Greg’s clients turn to him for guidance on issues related to workers’ compensation in New Jersey, from questions regarding compensability to determining how to best proceed on a given matter. He is known as a reliable, informed advocate, who works closely with his clients to achieve their desired outcomes. Drawing from his knowledge of not only workers’ compensation law, but also the judges presiding over cases in his jurisdictions, Greg provides cogent case handling advice and stays abreast of any developments that may occur throughout the life of a claim.   

Greg graduated from Eastern New Mexico University with a bachelor's degree in political science. He went to work for the IRS prior to enrolling in law school at Creighton University. Prior to joining Marshall Dennehey, Greg was a solo practitioner and also worked for a small New Jersey firm where he had a varied practice. Greg was appointed municipal public defender by the town of Kearny from 1997 through November 2001. He is also a past president of the West Hudson County Bar Association.



Classes/Seminars Taught

Presentation on permanent total disability, law practices and methods, and ethics covering rules of professional conduct, Mt. Arlington Workers’ Compensation Court Law Day, April 2019

New Jersey Workers' Compensation, North Jersey Claims Association, Spring 2014

New Jersey
Creighton University School of Law (J.D., 1990)
Eastern New Mexico University (B.S., 1985)
Associations & memberships
West Hudson Bar Association, Vice President, 1998-1999; President, 1999-2000
Year joined