Gary P. McLean

Partner

 (732) 462-7170
 (732) 462-8955
Gary McLean is a partner in the firm’s Business Law and Litigation Department. His practice involves litigating civil and chancery issues in New Jersey. He is also currently the borough attorney for Spring Lake Heights, NJ. Prior to joining Davison, Eastman & Muñoz, he served as an Assistant Monmouth County Prosecutor.

Gary’s deep interest in community affairs has led to a diverse range of roles; he is currently a member of the Spring Lake Heights Environmental Commission and is Commissioner of the South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority. He is a former member of the Spring Lake Heights Borough Council. Gary is also a board member and golf committee co-chair of the Charitable Fund of Davison, Eastman & Muñoz, Inc., 501(c)(3) corporation committed to helping members of our community in need.

He received his B.A. from Moravian College in 1983 and his J.D. from Villanova University School of Law in 1992.

Admissions

  • New Jersey

Memberships and Affiliations

  • Monmouth Bar Association
  • New Jersey State Bar Association
  • Ocean County Bar Association, Trustee
  • Lakewood Chamber of Commerce
  • Spring Lake Heights Environmental Commission
  • Charitable Fund – Davison, Eastman & Muñoz (2015)
  • Hometown Heroes of Toms River - Member, Board of Directors
  • October 2015 - Business Law and Litigation Partner Gary P. McLean was recently named to the Board of Directors of Hometown Heroes in Toms River. Hometown Heroes is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization built on the idea of paying it forward. Founded in 2008, Hometown Heroes was created to help serve its community in a time of need. Their mission is to provide assistance to any individual or family regardless of ethnicity, gender, or age, who suddenly find themselves in a crisis.  They also provide a platform for other individuals and organizations to raise funds or awareness for unique causes that may not be able to facilitate on their own. Recent community issues that Hometown Heroes has provided assistance with include homelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, providing food for the elderly and assistance to new mothershomelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, disability, providing food to the elderly and assistance homelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, disability, providing food to the elderly and assistance also provide a platform for other individuals and organizations to raise funds or awareness for unique causes that they may not be able to facilitate on their own. Recent community issues that Hometown Heroes has provided assistance with include homelessness, domestic violence, drug abuse, disability, providing food to the elderly and assistance for new mothers with nowhere to turn. To learn more about Hometown Heroes and their community service efforts, visit: http://usahometownheroes.com/about/ with nowhere to turn.  To learn more about Hometown Heroes, and their community service efforts, visit:  http://usahometownheroes.com/
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