• June 2: CMM Exec Breakfast “Are You In Control of Your Business? Or Is Your Business In Control of You?”

    Featuring Brian Turchin, President of Cape Horn Strategies and a leading entrepreneurial growth expert and problem-solver. Are You In Control of Your Business? Or Is Your Business In Control of You? Description: Designed for senior executives, this session will explore the real reasons that many companies end up losing momentum, become less profitable and add stress to the lives of owners and executives. Brian Turchin will walk you through his process for identifying growth obstacles, demonstrating real-world ways to improve systems and manage people. He’ll show you how to implement simple but effective solutions that produce real, measurable results. Learn how to: — Articulate your company’s ...

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    Sunday, March 29th, 2015

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  • Who’s Who in Labor Law

    WHO’S WHO in Labor Law Christine Malafi is a partner at Campolo, Middleton, & McCormick, LLP and a member of the firm’s executive management team in addition to its corporate, litigation and municipal law groups. Malafi believes one of the singularly most important legal relationship in people’s lives is the employment relationship, and plans to continue to focus on assisting clients to navigate that relationship. “Employment relationships are the primary source of support for most people and their families, as well as an important part of our non-work lives, Malafi said. “ A person’s employment can be a source of social relationships, friendships, ...

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    Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

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  • Stony Brook Happenings Spotlights CMM as Long Island’s Best Law Firm

        Long Island Press’ 2015 “Bethpage Best of Long Island” Taps “Best Law Firm” By Brian Harmon Stony Brook graduate Joe Campolo — a former president of the University’s Alumni Association — is the best lawyer on Long Island, according to the Long Island Press’ “Bethpage Best of Long Island 2015.” Campolo’s firm, Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP in Ronkonkoma, was named the “Best Law Firm on Long Island” in the contest, which is the region’s largest business and professional awards program. “You can’t be the best lawyer unless you’re surrounded by the best law firm,” said Campolo, who earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Stony ...

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    Monday, March 23rd, 2015

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  • March 2015 Legal Brief – Firm Newsletter

    March 2015 Legal Brief - Firm Newsletter

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  • Attorney Juggles Law Practice with Side Business in Film

    By Bernadette Starzee Joe Campolo, managing partner at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick in Ronkonkoma, attended last year’s Stony Brook Film Festival “just to watch movies,” he said, but was especially impressed by a short film “This Is Ellen,” starring Michael Nathanson and directed by John Salcido. Nathanson and Salcido spoke on stage at the screening, and Campolo met them at the after-party. “I wasn’t going to go to the party, but they were so talented, I figured I would go meet them to see what their story was,” he said. The pair submitted a script for a short film called “Tribute” to Campolo, ...

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    Friday, March 20th, 2015

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  • Who’s Who in Intellectual Property

    Eryn Truong is a member of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP’s intellectual property (IP) group for both transactional and litigation matters. Her practice encompasses a wide range of intellectual property matters, including trademark, copyright, patents, trade secrets, privacy rights, licensing disputes, and domain name dispute resolution. Truong is versed in conducting infringement analysis and opinions, and counseling clients on potential or pending infringement problems. Her practice also consists of litigating complex business disputes, commercial, and intellectual property litigation. Almost every company- whether it’s a start-up or an established company- has intellectual property, Truong noted. “It is a valuable asset that companies should be ...

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    Friday, March 20th, 2015

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  • Long Islanders Voted CMM Best Law Firm on Long Island!

    The law firm of Campolo Middleton & McCormick is comprised of seasoned attorneys who are well versed in the laws of the land and have the experience to represent clients from a number of different disciplines, including corporate law, health care, intellectual property, labor, litigation and more. What elevates this group is their commitment to the communities of which they are a part. The lawyers of the firm play large roles in volunteer groups across the island, sitting on many non-profit boards and giving back to those who need it most. http://bestof.longislandpress.com/best-law-firm-long-island/

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    Thursday, March 19th, 2015

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  • Professional Licensing Boards Not Automatically Immune from Antitrust Litigation

    Would you have your teeth whitened at the mall? Apparently, so many people were happily squeezing in teeth whitening on their shopping trips (as well as in other non-traditional venues such as salons and spas) that local dentists complained to the North Carolina State Board of Dental Examiners that they were losing patients to non-dentists who offered teeth whitening services at lower prices.  In response, the Board sent nearly 50 cease-and-desist letters to commercial teeth whitening providers and manufacturers, warning that the unlicensed practice of dentistry is a crime.  Although the state’s Dental Practice Act does not specifically include teeth whitening ...

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    Wednesday, March 18th, 2015

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  • GM Ignition Switch Investigation Shows Value of Competent Internal Investigation

    General Motors (“GM”), who faced a very public scandal in 2014 over ignition switch defects, now faces a large class-action multi-district lawsuit on behalf of individuals who suffered injury due to the alleged defect. When the scandal broke, GM hired outside counsel to investigate the ignition switch defect and GM’s delays in recalling vehicles.  The investigation, completed in 70 days, featured 41 million documents and more than 350 interviews with 230 witnesses.  The report containing the investigation’s conclusions has been named the Valukas Report, after the attorney leading the team that conducted the investigation.  The final Valukas Report and the documents ...

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