Marc Alessi

  • College Kids Are Adults: Take Care of These Documents Before Heading to Campus

    The summer before my oldest went off to college, we all went for an orientation weekend. While there, he went off and did his thing and my wife and I went off and did ours. In one of our parent orientation seminars we were reminded that, now that our son was 18, he is officially an “adult” in the eyes of the law. We, as parents, would no longer have the automatic legal right to make his healthcare decisions, have access to his healthcare records in an emergency, or be included in any of his financial decisions. Who was paying ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 21st, 2018

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  • September 27 – Glass Presents at Veterans’ Educational Seminar

    An Educational Seminar on Veterans’ Benefits and How to Obtain Them Are you a veteran? Are you the widow or widower of a veteran? Join us to learn about the benefits you may be entitled to and how to access them. Guest speakers: Martin Glass, Esq. – Campolo, Middleton & McCormick Melissa Pandolf, MSgt (Ret.) – Veterans Service Office Larry Sarraga – 20/20 Financial Solutions, Inc. Thursday, September 27, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. Hosted by Sunrise Senior Living, 1555 Glenn Curtis Blvd, East Meadow, NY 11554 RSVP by September 24 to (631) 676-3900 x. 25

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

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  • CMM Spotlight: Protegrity Advisors

    For an entrepreneur who has devoted his or her life to building a business, the idea of selling it – whether this year or in a decade – brings up sensitive questions about identity, family, timing, and value. Not to mention, managing the day-to-day details of selling a business can quickly become all-consuming to a business owner whose hands are already more than full. Enter Protegrity Advisors. A mergers and acquisitions advisory firm based in Ronkonkoma, Protegrity serves companies and family-owned businesses with revenue from $5 million to $100 million across a range of industries, managing the entire M&A process ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, September 07th, 2018

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  • CMM Represents Multi-Office NYC Medical Practice in Sale to Social Impact Private Equity Firm

    In an M&A deal that combined social impact investing, the heavily regulated healthcare industry, and the goal of expanding the reach of primary care physicians in underserved communities, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick represented the owners of an eight-office family medical practice in the sale of its wholly owned management company to Bridges Fund Management. Bridges U.S. Sustainable Growth Fund is the New York-based fund of a London headquartered private equity firm focused on social impact investing. The deal closed in July 2018. Medwood Services provides administrative and management support services to New York Family Practice Physicians, which has locations in Brooklyn ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Thursday, September 06th, 2018

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  • September 13 – Glass Presents at Veterans’ Educational Seminar

    An Educational Seminar on Veterans’ Benefits and How to Obtain Them Are you a veteran? Are you the widow or widower of a veteran? Join us to learn about the benefits you may be entitled to and how to access them. Guest speakers: Martin Glass, Esq. – Campolo, Middleton & McCormick Melissa Pandolf, MSgt (Ret.) – Veterans Service Office Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. Hosted by Atria Senior Living, 53 Ocean Avenue, Bay Shore, NY 11706 RSVP by September 11 to (631) 676-3900 x. 25

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Wednesday, September 05th, 2018

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  • New York State Wage Requirements for Interns

    Summer may be over, but if your office is like mine, interns are a welcome presence year-round. Hiring interns can be a mutually beneficial experience for both the employer and the intern. Interns develop hands-on experience in a field they are interested in pursuing, and a company gets a fresh take on things from the minds of a younger generation. As you get ready to welcome another round of interns this fall, make sure you understand how to pay them. Before bringing interns on board, companies must determine whether the New York State minimum wage and overtime rules apply to their ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Tuesday, September 04th, 2018

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  • October 10 – Campolo Conducts HIA-LI “CEO Forum” Interview with Protegrity Advisors CEO Gregg Schor

    HIA-LI CEO Forum Featuring Joe Campolo, CMM Managing Partner and HIA-LI Board Chairman, Interviewing Gregg Schor, Protegrity Advisors CEO Learn about Long Island M&A trends Discover what it takes to grow a thriving business on Long Island Hear about the company’s vision, strategies, and dynamic positioning – and the lessons you can apply to your own business! Wednesday, October 10, 2018 9 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. (registration from 8:30 a.m.) Protegrity Advisors, 4175 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 300, Ronkonkoma, NY Members $35, Non-Members $50 Register here or call 631-543-5355.

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Monday, August 27th, 2018

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  • Professional Development with Randi Busse of Workforce Development Group and Michael Frenda of Dale Carnegie Training of Long Island

    https://youtu.be/JL8Yujw-a88 Long Island is known for its highly educated workforce, but an overlooked piece of the total success puzzle is professional development. In this episode, Joe Campolo spoke with Randi Busse, President & Founder of Workforce Development Group, about cultivating an ownership mindset in your employees, empowering your team to provide customers and clients with an exceptional experience, and how to spot the “Rants and Raves” among your staff. Next Joe caught up with Michael Frenda of Dale Carnegie Training of Long Island about why investing in employees through continued professional development training boosts employee engagement and both business and personal ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, August 24th, 2018

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  • Partial Enforcement Language in a Non-Compete Agreement Does Not Guarantee Partial Enforcement

    A standard provision typically included in non-compete agreements is a “partial enforceability” provision that gives the Court the power to modify or “blue pencil” the terms of the agreement if the Court finds the restrictive covenant to be overly broad. For example, if a Court finds that a non-compete provision restricting an employee from working for a competitor anywhere within 100 miles of its former employer is too broad and not necessary to protect the former employer’s business interests, the partial enforceability provision would permit the Court to limit the geographic restriction to say, 10 miles, if the Court deems ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

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  • CMM Swiftly Closes Sale of Family-Owned Business and Negotiates Purchase Price Nearly Double Original Offer

    Campolo, Middleton & McCormick has closed a fast-paced deal involving the sale of a third-generation family-owned music store in western Nassau County to a big box store, successfully negotiating a purchase price of nearly double the original offer. The client retained CMM on a Monday and the transaction closed that Thursday. Donald Rassiger, with support from Kyle Broderick, drafted and negotiated the Asset Purchase Agreement and ancillary documents at breakneck speed. The pace of this transaction, coupled with the excellent result in the negotiation of the purchase price, demonstrates CMM’s ability to deliver enormous value to clients and how nimble CMM ...

    Lauren Kanter-Lawrence

    Friday, August 17th, 2018

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