Executive Vice President of Business Development
After a short career as a Minor League baseball player, John segued into the Finance sector after obtaining his Series 7 and 63 licenses. Throughout his career in the Financial Industry, John was involved with a UK based clientele which specialized in private client services and other international finance-based matters. He was particularly effective in gaining his clients trust and developing their financial portfolios.
Thereafter, Mr. McGorty segued into the Mortgage industry, managing a team of loan officers for a Commercial/Residential Mortgage Broker. While brokering transactions, John always dealt directly with clients. As with his experience in the financial sector, John very easily and quickly gained his clients’ trust by virtue of his wealth of experience in the business world. John McGorty attended Marist College where he was Captain of the baseball team and selected in the 2003 Major League Baseball amateur draft by the Detroit Tigers. In addition to having played at the high school, college and professional levels, John has also spent a significant amount of time coaching baseball at the NCAA Division I and II levels. He was also an assistant coach for Marist and Dowling Colleges for a combined five years. In 2009, after graduating from Dowling with a Bachelor’s Degree in History, he led Dowling to the NCAA Division II College World Series in Cary, North Carolina.
In 2011, John joined PrintingHouse Press where he immediately began working directly with clients. He became a very quick study in the appellate arena and has since assisted countless attorneys in perfecting appeals and filing appellate briefs in the State and Federal Courts. His success can be attributed to the combination of a customer service-oriented background together with a thorough knowledge of appellate practice and procedure. He is an integral part of the PHP team and works closely with the other veterans of the very seasoned staff. Most recently, John has been teaming up with fellow appellate consultant, Eric Kuperman, Esq. in administering a CLE pertaining to local appellate procedures.
In 2017 John was named in LI Business News’s 40 Under 40. He continues to take an active role in his community and is a member of both the “We Care” Golf Committee—the charitable arm of the Nassau County Bar Association–and the Nassau Women’s Bar Golf Committee, as well as the Advisory Board for Molloy College Legal Studies. He lives with his wife and son in Sayville, where he was inducted to the Sayville Athletic Hall of Fame.