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CMM Spotlight: St. George’s Golf & Country Club

A friend of famed golf course architect Devereaux Emmet once remarked, “Emmet could not possibly conceive of any other use [for] any given piece of real estate…except to lay out golf links on it.” And so, when Emmet and a group of NYC businessmen purchased 140 acres of land in East Setauket in 1915, that’s exactly [...]

Taxes and M&A with Alan Sasserath of Sasserath & Zoraian, LLP and Gregg Schor of Protegrity Advisors, LLC

https://youtu.be/4JkXjkuq2eA Long Island is home to trendsetting M&A transactions and a vibrant international business community. In this episode of CMM Live, Joe Campolo welcomed Alan Sasserath, CPA, Partner at Sasserath & Zoraian, LLP, to discuss hedge funds, forging positive relationships with clients, tax issues, and how to delve into international business. Next, Gregg Schor, [...]

August 7 – CMM Cares: United Veterans Beacon House

In honor of the firm's 10th anniversary, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick has launched CMM Cares, a new volunteer initiative to benefit the community with donations of time, dollars, and support. This year, CMM's Jack Harrington, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserve, was recalled to active duty and will be deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation [...]

Harrington to Deploy to Afghanistan

CMM’s Jonathan (Jack) Harrington, a Lieutenant in the U.S. Navy Reserve, has been recalled to active duty and will be deployed to Afghanistan in support of Operation Resolute Support. Harrington, an intelligence officer, will deploy this fall and is scheduled to return mid-2019.  Like most members of the Reserve or National Guard, Harrington spends one weekend [...]

CMM’s Litigation Team Successfully Moves to Dismiss All Counterclaims in Unfair Competition Case

When a successful tire distribution company learned that one of its employees had been secretly operating a competing business for over four years while still working for the company and that key client files had gone missing and accounts stolen, they engaged Campolo, Middleton & McCormick to bring a lawsuit against the employee alleging misappropriation, [...]

CMM Secures Dismissal of Case in a Victory for Limo Company and Insurance Carrier

CMM’s Litigation team successfully moved for dismissal of a lawsuit filed in Queens County against our client, a limousine company whose vehicle was involved in a motor vehicle accident with another driver. When that driver served our client with a personal injury lawsuit, CMM immediately moved to dismiss. At oral argument, CMM attorney Richard DeMaio [...]

New York Court Issues Minority Shareholder-Friendly Decision in Controlling Stockholder Merger

In a decision that could make New York a more attractive venue for shareholders of Delaware-incorporated companies, a New York trial court recently permitted a class action suit challenging a corporation’s acquisition by its controlling stockholder to proceed. The decision signals to Delaware entities that New York courts may be less likely to defer to controlling [...]

The Nonprofit Sector with Amanda Talty of Tourette Association of America and Karen Boorshtein of Family Service League

https://youtu.be/2TNi9uKgXD0 Visibility is key for the nonprofit sector on Long Island. This episode of CMM Live features two amazing women in nonprofit leadership to discuss mental healthcare, shutting down bullying, teaming up with the business community, and fighting for funding in the nonprofit sector. We first welcomed Amanda Talty, President & CEO of Tourette [...]

CMM Spotlight: Bob Giglione Photography

“Good photography is critical to business. If you want to portray yourself as a professional, you need a professional photo.” That’s where Bob Giglione comes in, having spent the last two decades photographing nearly every major corporate event and business leader on Long Island. Making his way from film to digital technology, from joining the [...]

Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

By Bernadette Starzee Last October, a law prohibiting employers from asking about salary history at all stages of the hiring process took effect in New York City. The law’s primary aim was to close the gender pay gap, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo is pushing to pass a similar law statewide. Laws similar to the New [...]