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LIBN: Work, life & telecommuting

Published in Long Island Business News By Brittany Bernstein May 19, 2017 Ellen Linnemann, the director of public relations at Smart Marketing Communications, would see her youngest daughter off to school and answer all of her emails before most people even got to the office. Working from home full-time, she’d break to eat lunch or to [...]

Campolo Spearheads Economic Impact Study of the Hauppauge Industrial Park to Help Fuel Growth

Many firms tout their economic development services, but Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is unique in that we are actually in the trenches working on critical initiatives to attract investment and development in our region. CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo, a board member of the Hauppauge Industrial Association (HIA-LI), recently spearheaded the first ever Economic Impact [...]

Cybersecurity Experts Share Tips with East End Businesses

Riverhead News-Review by Nicole Smith 05/18/2017 10:28 AM Creating a cybersecurity policy and teaching employees how to deal with emails that may contain viruses are some of the tips local experts discussed with small business owners Wednesday morning at the Suffolk Theater in Riverhead. The free event was held following a global cybersecurity attack that occurred over [...]

LIBN: Chess legend Garry Kasparov to speak on LI

Published in Long Island Business News by Adina Genn May 16, 2017 Garry Kasparov – the legendary chess champion and outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin – will be on Long Island June 7. The chair of the Human Rights Foundation, Kasparov will discuss his recent book Winter Is Coming: Why Vladimir Putin and the Enemies of [...]

Newsday: Can I Submit a Claim for Unemployment Benefits?

    May 9, 2017 by Carrie Mason-Draffen (carrie.mason-draffen@newsday.com) DEAR CARRIE:  I work for a private security company that provides guards to a school district. As such, there are numerous days off, sometimes more than a week at a time. If I don’t work, I don’t get paid. Since I’m employed by a private company [...]

Learning to Love Intelligent Machines

Twenty years after famously losing to Deep Blue, chess champion Garry Kasparov says that it’s time to embrace AI and its liberating potential By Garry Kasparov April 14, 2017 The Wall Street Journal It was my blessing and my curse to be the world chess champion when computers finally reached a world championship level of [...]

McCormick Named Dean at Suffolk Academy of Law

By Adina Genn Long Island Business News May 4, 2017 Photo by Bob Giglione Patrick McCormick will be installed as the twenty-first dean of the Suffolk Academy of Law, the educational branch of the Suffolk County Bar Association, on June 2 at Larkfield in East Northport. McCormick is a partner and heads the litigation and appeals [...]

April 2017 CMM Newsletter: Negotiate Like a Marine… and more

“Fearless Girl” and “Charging Bull” Square Off

By Eryn Truong, Esq. Last month, on International Women’s Day, the “Fearless Girl” statue was installed in New York City’s Financial District as a symbol of female empowerment, standing opposite the iconic “Charging Bull” statue that has come to symbolize Wall Street.  However, earlier this month, the sculptor who created the “Charging Bull” said “Fearless [...]

Five Questions To Ask About Your Company’s Cybersecurity Insurance Policy

By Jack Harrington, Esq. Email Jack April 27, 2017 Published in the Suffolk Lawyer, June 2017 Companies of all shapes and sizes understand the importance of general commercial liability coverage. But, with the unprecedented rise in cyber attacks—particularly against businesses that collect and store the personal, medical, or financial data of their customers—how many companies have [...]