CMM Land Use Litigation Team Prevails in Complex Case Based on First Amendment Rights

First Amendment rights, social media, land use issues, and environmental concerns collided in Campolo, Middleton & McCormick’s latest litigation victory, spearheaded by attorneys Frederick Eisenbud and Richard DeMaio. Our clients, an environmentally conscious couple, clashed with a developer who sought permission to construct a 176-unit condo project adjoining our clients’ property. Concerned about the condo [...]

In a Cross-Border Deal, CMM Closes Acquisition of First U.S. Automotive Glass Business for Canada-Based Clairus Group

Campolo, Middleton & McCormick has successfully closed an asset purchase transaction in which we represented Canada-based Clairus Group in its first U.S.-based acquisition. Clairus Group, a fast-growing, vertically-integrated leader in automotive glass distribution, replacement, and claims management, acquired a majority stake in Ohio-based Advanced Auto Glass, a leading auto glass repair and replacement business, with [...]

CMM Creates Opportunity for Manufacturing Business to Move Forward by Successfully Negotiating Buyout

In a deal that spanned numerous corporate and employment law issues – and even a brief stint in court – CMM successfully closed a stock purchase transaction that enabled a longtime Long Island manufacturing company to begin its next chapter. Our client was a 50% owner of the company and had become engaged in an [...]

Case Dismissed! CMM Successfully Moves for Dismissal of Negligence Action in Federal Court

CMM has vast experience representing transportation providers in accident-related claims alleging personal injury and catastrophic loss. That experience recently led to the dismissal of all claims alleged in federal court against our clients, the out-of-state owners of a trucking/logistics company, in the firm’s latest litigation success story. CMM represented Georgia residents in a personal injury [...]

CMM Hosts Brentwood High School Law Student Hopefuls for Job Shadow Day

CMM was honored to host two ambitious students from Brentwood High School for the opportunity to shadow some of our professionals. Yessica and Marilyn, who plan to pursue legal careers, received an inside look from our attorneys at life as a lawyer and received advice for college, law school, and beyond. The students met one-on-one [...]

Who’s Who in Intellectual Property & Labor Law

Counsel at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, Eryn Y. Truong manages the firm's Litigation group and chairs its Intellectual Property group. Truong litigates complex business litigation and intellectual property matters in courts on both coasts. She successfully represented a photographer in a copyright infringement lawsuit, resulting in a $1.32 million jury verdict. The case was [...]

Who’s Who in Labor Law: Christine Malafi

Christine Malafi is a senior partner at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP (CMM) and also chairs the firm's Corporate department. Malafi's practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, routine and complex transactions, labor and employment sues (including sexual harassment prevention policies and training), as well as other municipal, insurance coverage, and fraud issues. Malafi [...]

Staller Center Receives 10-Year Gift From LI Law Leader

By Gregory Zeller Stony Brook, NY; Stony Brook University: Donors Joe Campolo and Scott Middleton with Rob Emmerich, Dexter Bailey, Alan Inkles, and Matt Colson A Stony Brook University alumnus is pumping a decade of support into the Staller Center for the Arts. Ronkonkoma law firm Campolo, Middleton & McCormick LLP will donate $450,000 to support scholarships and [...]

Campolo Bridges Nonprofit and Business Community with Candid Discussion about Partnerships

CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo and Cerini & Associates Managing Partner Ken Cerini brought the business and nonprofit communities together on January 29 with a candid discussion about creating win-win partnerships. Over 50 business and nonprofit leaders made new connections and came away with a fresh perspective from the event, “A Conversation About Philanthropy and [...]

CMM Commits $450,000 to Support Cultural Arts and Scholarships at Stony Brook University

L-R: Rob Emmerich, Jr., Sr. Associate Director of Athletics, Alan Inkles, Director, Staller Center for the Arts, Scott Middleton, Senior Partner, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, Joseph N. Campolo, Managing Partner, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, Manny London, PhD, Dean, College of Business, and Matthew Colson, Executive Director of Alumni Relations Campolo, Middleton [...]