Bailey & Glasser LLP



Bailey & Glasser LLP
1055 Thomas Jefferson Street NW
Suite 540
Washington, DC 20007

  • T: 202.463.2101
  • F: 202.463.2103

Cary focuses her practice on commercial and civil litigation. Prior to joining Bailey & Glasser in 2012, Cary practiced in Philadelphia at both a large corporate firm and a boutique litigation firm. As a result, she has broad experience in all phases of litigation and in a wide variety of practice areas including construction disputes, complex commercial cases, mass torts and product liability. While still practicing law, Cary lived in Medellin, Colombia for several years where she learned Spanish.

Most recently, Cary won a $4.2 million jury verdict in Maryland federal court, on behalf of a major automotive retailer in an insurance coverage dispute. Earlier this year, Cary won an arbitration award for her client, a communications infrastructure company, in a construction dispute related to the installation of Google Fiber across the Southeast United States. The panel found for her client on all counts and awarded her client more than $10 million. Cary also currently represents more than 120 plaintiffs who were victims of a residential natural gas explosion in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Cary earned her J.D. at the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where she was a member of the Moot Court Board, an editor of the Employment Law Journal and a Legal Writing Instructor. Prior to attending law school, Cary taught elementary school in Phoenix, Arizona as part of Teach For America. Cary received her B.A. in Ethics, Politics and Economics from Yale University.

Bar Admissions
Pennsylvania, 2002
New Jersey, 2002
District of Columbia, 2016
Maryland, 2018

Prior Experience
Community Legal Services of Philadelphia, 2002-03
Morgan Lewis & Bockius, 2003-05
Bazelon Less & Feldman, PC, 2007-12

Court Admissions
U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland
U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia