John C. Tassini, Esq.
Red Bank, New Jersey
phone: (732) 741-2525
fax: (732) 741-2192
email: [email protected]
John Tassini practices in the areas of estate planning and administration, litigation of estate disputes, real estate, and general civil litigation, including contract and insurance coverage disputes. In more than a decade of practice, he has represented individual and institutional clients in municipal court, the state and federal courts of New Jersey, worker’s compensation court, and federal administrative proceedings.
John was previously associated with McCarter & English, Newark, and Campbell, Foley, Delano & Adams, Asbury Park. He also served as an assistant county prosecutor, where he argued appeals and helped implement the New Jersey Bail Reform Act.
Before law school, John taught high school English and earned a master’s degree in Education. He has also taught as an adjunct professor of Political Science at Monmouth University and of Education at Georgian Court University.
Like his grandparents and parents, John grew up in southeastern Monmouth County. He is a graduate of Brielle Elementary School and Manasquan High School. He makes his home in Manasquan with his wife and three children.
John volunteers as a coach with the Manasquan-Brielle Little League and as an elder in the First Presbyterian Church of Manasquan. The Manasquan Borough Council has appointed him to its Citizens’ Advisory Committee. He interviews applicants to Georgetown University Law Center as part of its Alumni Admissions Interview Program.
J.D., Georgetown University Law Center, 2009
M.A., Teaching of English, Columbia University Teachers College, 2006
A.B., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, English Literature, Georgetown University, 2004
Supreme Court of New Jersey
US District Court, District of New Jersey
Monmouth County Bar Association
Hon. Marie E. Lihotz, J.A.D. (now ret.)
Office of the Attorney General of the District of Columbia
State v. C.W. 449 N.J. Super 231 (App Div 2017)
Gerard G. Brew & Myrna L. Wygod, Trusts and Divorce: Not Always Happy Bedfellows 207 N.J.L.J. 522 (2012) (acknowledgment).
N.J. Super Lawyers, 2021-22