• March 14 – Vozza Shares Insights at “The Path to Home Ownership May Be Easier Than You Think” Panel

                The Path to Home Ownership May Be Easier Than You Think! Truth or Myth – Ask the Professionals Featuring: Joseph C. Vozza, Esq. – Counsel, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP Rosemarie Kluepfel – National Licensed Mortgage Originator, Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation Deborah D’Amore – Real Estate Agent, Unique Home Sales of Long Island Details: Wednesday, March 14, 2018, 6-8pm Courtyard Marriott – Long Island MacArthur Airport 5000 Express Drive South, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779 Dinner will be served. RSVP to: Cece at uhsli289@gmail.com or 631-619-4007 by March 9, 2018      

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    Monday, February 19th, 2018

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  • The New Tax Law and Your Estate Planning

    Have you heard? There has been a major change in the Federal Tax Code as of January 1, 2018.  But what does it mean as far as estate planning goes? The only real change in this regard was that the exemption for the Federal Uniform Gift and Estate Tax approximately doubled from $5,490,000 to $11,180,000 per person.  With the use of portability, married couples can now pass up to $22,360,000 estate tax-free during their lives or at death.  But beware, this is only temporary.  It drops back down to the prior level (indexed for inflation) in 2025.  Believe it or not, ...

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    Monday, February 19th, 2018

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  • 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 brings together NYSBA members interested in environmental law for furtherance of the public interest in an effective and fair legal framework for protection of the human and natural environment. For over 135 years, NYSBA – the largest voluntary state bar organization in the nation – has ...

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    Monday, February 19th, 2018

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  • A Word of Caution with Use of Olympic Marks

    The 2018 Winter Olympic Games are upon us. For all the Olympics enthusiasts out there, keep in mind that any unauthorized commercial use of the Olympic trademarks, logos, or symbols is prohibited and will be enforced vigorously by the U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC). Federal law gives the USOC exclusive rights to the symbol of the five interlocking rings, the Olympic flame and torch, and to the words “Olympic,” “Olympiad,” “Team USA,” and “PyeongChang 2018,” among others. The statute is further extended to prohibit any advertising that tends to suggest a connection with the Olympics or the USOC. The USOC’s rights, however, ...

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    Wednesday, February 07th, 2018

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  • March 15 – Cocktails, Conversation & Contracts: Understanding Risks In Construction Contracts

    What are the key provisions to look out for in any construction contract? Please join us on Thursday, March 15 to hear insights from a corporate attorney with decades of experience in the construction industry and insurance executives with a focus on construction clients. This talk will walk you through agreements with contractors, subcontractors, vendors, and other parties to provide guidance on what significant provisions should look like including indemnification and mitigation of risk, how to analyze your insurance obligations, what to look for when procuring insurance, and understanding the impact of riders and endorsements. Gain valuable tools and knowledge to prepare you ...

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    Saturday, February 03rd, 2018

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  • 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 emotional principles at play and how to use them to your advantage. On January 9, 2018, we were treated to a dynamic presentation by Joe Campolo, Esq., Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton. From serving in the United States Marine Corps, ...

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    Friday, February 02nd, 2018

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  • March 29 – CMM Sponsors Girl Scouts of Suffolk County Panel on Building Women Leaders

              Join us in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Girl Scouts of Suffolk County at its first annual Making An Impact panel on March 29. CMM Partner Christine Malafi serves on the GSSC Board of Directors and has helped put together a panel of dynamic female business leaders who will share their personal experiences and insights about their rise to the top. Panelists include: – Terri Alessi-Miceli, President, HIA-LI – Teresa Ferraro, President, East/West Industries – Davina P. Durgana, PhD, International Human Rights Statistician, Human Trafficking Prevalence Professor – Dr. Aurelia L. Henriquez, Superintendent, Riverhead School District – Dawn A. Lott, Esq, Executive Director, Suffolk Human Rights Commission Moderated by: – ...

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    Wednesday, January 31st, 2018

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  • 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 can maximize its growth and competitiveness — with a focus on keeping millennials on Long Island. “We have the ability to really keep these kids on Long Island,” said Terri Alessi-Miceli, president and CEO of HIA-LI. “We see the Hauppauge Industrial Park as an opportunity to do that. We ...

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    Thursday, January 25th, 2018

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  • CMM January Newsletter: Debating Elected Officials and Talking Economic Growth as 2018 Takes Shape

    CMM January Newsletter: Debating Elected Officials and Talking Economic Growth as 2018 Takes Shape

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    Wednesday, January 24th, 2018

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  • 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 in annual income and property taxes. Some analysts think it can do even better – and must, to give Long Island a puncher’s chance in an era when educated college grads (and, often, the companies they start) are fleeing Nassau and Suffolk for greener socioeconomic pastures. Hence the new ...

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    Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

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