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Newsday: Unauthorized Overtime: If They Worked It, You Must Pay It, Expert Says

    March 20, 2017 by Carrie Mason-Draffen (carrie.mason-draffen@newsday.com) DEAR CARRIE: I read with great interest your recent column that talked about the “suffer-to-work” concept and how hourly employees have to be paid for all hours worked, even if the extra time was unnecessary and unapproved. The idea doesn’t seem fair. What if your company [...]

LIBN: East End Arts Adds One to Board

      Long Island Business News - Movers & Shakers March 16, 2017 Scott Middleton, a founding partner and trial attorney at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick in Ronkonkoma, was elected to the board of directors of Riverhead-based East End Arts.   http://libn.com/moversandshakers/2017/03/16/east-end-arts-adds-one-to-board/

Who’s Who in Labor Law: Donald J. Rassiger

      February 2017 Donald J. Rassiger, Esq. Counsel Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP   Donald J. Rassiger is counsel at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP where he handles a wide range of labor and employment matters, with a particular focus on the construction industry.  Chair of the Construction practice group, Rassiger has significant [...]

Who’s Who in Intellectual Property Law: Joseph K. Poe

      February 2017 Joseph K. Poe, Esq. Counsel Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP An experienced litigator, Joseph K. Poe is Counsel at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, where he represents clients in complex commercial litigation, intellectual property matters, environmental cases, and insurance coverage litigation in state and federal court. Poe maintains a varied [...]

CMM Prevails Before World Intellectual Property Organization

September 2016 CMM's Intellectual Property team, led by Eryn Truong, scored a win for our client in a matter before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), a United Nations agency and the global forum for IP services. CMM opposed a challenge to our client's use of a web address by the website's former owner. The [...]

CMM Successfully Moves for Pre-Judgment Attachment in Personal Injury Case

November 2016 In what is believed to be a first in New York State, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick (led by Scott Middleton) prevailed on a motion for pre-judgment attachment in a personal injury and wrongful death case. The order of attachment provides security to our client, who faces the frightening possibility that her damages would [...]

Newsday: Can the District Where I Work Make Me Pay for A Lost Laptop?

    February 28, 2017 by Carrie Mason-Draffen (carrie.mason-draffen@newsday.com) DEAR CARRIE: I am a public-school teacher. The district where I work is planning to issue my colleagues and me laptops. If we lose the computers, can the school make us pay for them? — Property Protocol DEAR PROPERTY: The key words here are “public school [...]

CMM Represents IT Leader ServiceAide, Inc. in Funding Round Led by Arrowroot Capital

February 27, 2017 ServiceAide, Inc., a leader in IT Service Management for small and medium businesses globally, announced this winter that it has completed the first installment of a $12 million funding round led by Arrowroot Capital.   Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, represented ServiceAide in the funding round.  CMM partner Christine Malafi led a corporate team that [...]

Negotiating Tips for the President

By Joseph N. Campolo, Esq. Email Joe February 27, 2017 Donald Trump holds himself out as a master negotiator and “dealmaker,” frustrated by the gridlock of Washington politics. Boy, did he pass up a great opportunity to demonstrate these so-called skills with his insistence that Betsy DeVos become the next Secretary of Education.  The same can [...]

Sanctions Issued Against Party for Spoliation of Evidence

By Jeffrey Basso, Esq. Email Jeff February 27, 2017 A crucial issue for any business named in a lawsuit or that is on notice that it will be named in a lawsuit is the preservation of evidence, specifically electronically stored information (“ESI”).  Attorneys will typically send “litigation hold” letters to their own clients or opposing parties [...]