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Staying on Course with Diversity in Law

Published in Long Island Business News June 1, 2017 Unyielding in its pursuit to take the necessary time to understand their clients’ unique needs, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP has played a central role in the most critical legal issues and transactions affecting Long Island. As immigration, LGBT and social issues continue to surface in headline [...]

Campolo Talks M&A Strategy in Spotlight Article

What Is Your Business Really Worth? Published in Long Island Business News, June 5, 2017 By Bernadette Starzee   The prospect of preparing a business for sale and arriving at a price may sound daunting, but it’s not unlike selling a house. “We tend to think buying and selling a business is a lot more complicated than [...]

May 2017 CMM Newsletter: Growing the Long Island Economy

 

LIBN: Leaders speak of a “retrofitted” suburbia

photo courtesy of LIBN Published in Long Island Business News By: Adina Genn May 25, 2017 Two transportation initiatives announced Wednesday will boost Long Island’s economy, Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone told local leaders at the Hauppauge Industrial Association Business Trade Show & Conference executive lunch today in Brentwood.  Those projects – the MTA-approved funding for [...]

Amendments to Not-For-Profit Corporation Law Effective May 27th

By Edward Karan, Esq. Email Eddie May 25, 2017 Important new amendments (“Amendments”) to the New York Not-For-Profit Corporation Law will go into effect on May 27, 2017.  The Amendments aim to mend inconsistencies in the law since the Nonprofit Revitalization Act, which went into effect in 2013.  New York Not-For-Profit Corporations should review their [...]

Focus on Long-Term Care: Activities of Daily Living

By Martin Glass, Esq. Email Marty May 5, 2017 Most people go around and take care of their everyday business without ever realizing how independent they are.  Only when you have trouble doing something do you realize that you used to do it before.  For a younger person, this can come when you injure yourself [...]

In Depth: The Closing Deed

By Kelly Canavan, Esq. Email Kelly May 25, 2017 Have you ever taken a look at the deed to your home and wondered, “What does it mean and what does it do?” You have spent a large sum of money at the closing table and signed voluminous amounts of mortgage documents, only to walk away [...]

Preserving Attorney-Client Privilege When Responding to a Cybersecurity Breach

By Jack Harrington, Esq. You are the CEO of a small or medium-sized company and someone from your IT team runs to your office, pale-faced, to tell you that the company’s network has been hacked.  They don’t know how the penetration occurred, when, or whether any data or confidential material has been stolen.  Who do [...]

Waves, Waivers, and More: A Guide to Summer Recreation

By Scott Middleton, Esq. Email Scott May 25, 2017 The warm weather has finally arrived.  As many of us get ready to participate in – or allow our children to participate in – summer activities, we will invariably be confronted with a waiver/release form. Are these waivers enforceable in New York?  As with many things [...]

Campolo’s Interviews of Prominent Newsmakers & Personalities

In addition to his legal work and community involvement, CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo has built a reputation as a skilled and thought-provoking interviewer of prominent newsmakers and personalities. He strives to bring out the personal experiences of interviewees that have shaped their lives. Major interviews include: Rich Gelfond, CEO of movie technology giant IMAX (Entrepreneurs [...]