Patrick J. McNamara – Scarinci Hollenbeck, LLC

Practice/Organization Description

My core areas of practice are in the areas of land use, redevelopment, environmental, administrative & regulatory law. We represent numerous development companies that specialize in the area of brownfield redevelopment projects for residential, commerical, industrial, warehouse and mixed use developments. I have also served as general counsel to the Planning Board of the City of Elizabeth for over a decade. I also represent numerous trade associations and companies in the flavor & fragrance industries, addressing a wide range of legal issues confronting these companies.

Bar Admissions

New Jersey

U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Education

Rutgers University School of Law - Camden

Professional Associations & Memberships

New Jersey State Bar Association, Environmental Law Section (Section Chair 2007-2008) and Land Use Law Section; Board of Directors, Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce; Board of Directors, New Jersey Builders Association; Board of Directors, Builders & Remodelers Association of Northern New Jersey (2007-2010). Board of Directors, St. John's U.M.C. Nursery School. Member, Energy & Environment Committee, Monmouth Ocean Development Council.

Honors and Awards

Selected for inclusion into Who's Who in American Law. Special Recognition Award for Volunteeer Service, Builders & Remodelers Association of Northern New Jersey, January 2010. Associate of the Second Quarter - 2010 Award from the New Jersey Builders Association. Recipient, 2011 Arline Simpson Leadership Award, Meadowlands Regional Chamber of Commerce.

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