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Marshall McLean Joins McCarter & English

 

McCarter & English LLP announced via a press release that Marshall B. McLean is joining the firm in its Environment & Energy and Corporate Practice Groups as special counsel. McLean will be working at the firm’s office in Newark, New Jersey.

 

“Renewable energy projects and services are a rapidly growing segment of our economy here in New Jersey, around the United States and throughout the world,” Ira M. Gottlieb, the Environment & Energy Group leader at the firm said. “Marshall is a leader in advising developers, lenders and contractors on legal issues in the solar energy business.”



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McLean graduated from Washington & Lee University School of Law with a J.D. He earned his B.A. in Government and Legal Studies from Bowdoin College. McLean is admitted to the bar in New Jersey and New York. He was named a “Rising Star” by New Jersey Super Lawyer Magazine in 2011.

 

McLean worked at the law firm of Reed Smith LLP in their Corporate & Securities and Energy & Natural Resources Groups. The firm is based in Princeton, New Jersey. McLean is a resident of Bernardsville, New Jersey. McLean has worked on two solar projects in California and New Jersey with the project in New Jersey being the largest in North America.

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