Campolo Spotlighted in “The Art of Negotiation”

By Nick Musumeci More than a hundred business professionals crowded into the ballroom at the Radisson hotel in Hauppauge. Some took notes, others simply listened, all intent on learning how to get the best deal possible. “We’re not playing to not lose; we’re playing to win,” said attorney Joe Campolo, the event’s speaker and coordinator. “You’re [...]

Campolo Selected as Speaker to Kick Off IMA Young Professionals Group Young Professional Event: Never Eat Alone: Put Your Network to Work By James L. Smith, CPA - VP of Membership Committee and Marvin Rosen - VP of Student Activities On February 13, 2018, IMA (the Institute of Management Accountants) hosted a Young Professional Committee’s event: Never Eat Alone - Put your Network to Work. This was a [...]

Campolo Graduates from Energeia Partnership, Long Island’s Premier Leadership Academy

Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is proud to recognize Managing Partner Joe Campolo on his “graduation” from the Energeia Partnership on February 7, 2018, joining an esteemed group of Long Island leaders who face the region’s challenges head-on. Energeia, named for a Greek word used to describe the demonstration of inner character in deeds, is a [...]

Eisenbud Elected At-Large Member of NYSBA Environmental Section Executive Committee

Frederick Eisenbud, Esq., chair of the Environmental and Land Use practice group at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton, has been elected to a three-year term as an At-Large Member of the Executive Committee of the New York State Bar Association’s Environmental Section. The Environmental Section [...]

Recap: Everything Is a Negotiation!

By Arthur Sanders Whether you’re negotiating the release of hostages or negotiating with your toddler to try a new food, the common thread is that all negotiations are based on human interaction. To succeed in any negotiation, you must understand not only the basic building blocks that all negotiators need, but also the psychological and [...]

Hauppauge Industrial Park Considers Housing, Recreation

By Sara-Megan Walsh SARA@TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM The Hauppauge Industrial Park’s future may include new apartments and recreational spaces as it looks to move into the 21st century. The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island announced Jan. 19 at its annual conference that it is launching an opportunity analysis study that will attempt to identify ways the park [...]

Analyzing the “Power” of the Hauppauge Industrial Park

By Gregory Zeller Regional rainmakers are hitting the gas in a multifaceted effort to rev up one of Long Island’s top economic engines. The Hauppauge Industrial Association of Long Island and the Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency on Friday announced a new partnership focused on Hauppauge Industrial Park, the 1,400-acre industrial cornerstone currently generating more than $870 million [...]

Campolo Debates Elected Officials and Talks Economic Growth as 2018 Takes Shape

As the newly minted Chairman of the HIA-LI Board of Directors, Joe Campolo moderated a distinguished panel at the Annual Meeting & Legislative Breakfast on January 19, 2018 at the Hamlet in Commack. Campolo debated the 2018 economic forecast and policy with panelists New York State Senator Tom Croci, New York State Assemblyman Mike Fitzpatrick, [...]

Seeking Apartments, Recreation at Hauppauge Industrial Park

HIA-LI says that the park’s economic impact could grow if people could also live there. By James T. Madore @JamesTMadore The Hauppauge Industrial Park, home to some of Long Island’s largest manufacturers, also needs apartments, sidewalks, entertainment venues, recreation options and other amenities found in villages, officials said Friday. The park could increase its [...]

Officials Eye Rental Housing for LI Industrial Park

by David Winzelberg Elected officials and business leaders are launching an economic study of the Hauppauge Industrial Park aimed at identifying opportunities for growth. The study, which will be undertaken by the Regional Plan Association, will focus on ways to retain and attract employees, including redeveloping existing properties to add rental housing and creating a [...]