• CMM Spotlight: Flexible Systems

    What’s the sign of a successful day at Flexible Systems? When clients don’t call. “Our goal is to service our clients so well that they don’t need to call us,” said Marty Schmitt, one of Flexible’s three founders and partners. “When they don’t have IT problems to call about, that’s how we know we’re doing our job.” Flexible Systems is a longtime HIA-LI member and good friend of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, collaborating with the firm on cybersecurity panels to educate the business community, as well as servicing mutual clients. Joe Campolo, CMM Managing Partner and HIA-LI Board Chairperson, recently spoke ...

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    Thursday, April 05th, 2018

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  • CMM Welcomes Michael J. Bignami II as an Associate

    Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm with offices in Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton, is pleased to welcome Michael J. Bignami II, Esq., to the firm as an Associate. He previously worked at the firm as a Summer Associate and a Law Clerk. A member of the firm’s Corporate department, Bignami works extensively on transactional work and contract drafting. He also handles labor and employment as well as commercial real estate work for corporate clients. During law school, Bignami worked as a general manager in a restaurant. Working side-by-side with the owner, Bignami gained a unique perspective on the complexities ...

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    Friday, March 30th, 2018

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  • Middleton’s Approach to Jury Selection Featured in “Tough Seats to Fill”

    Scott Middleton and Suffolk County Commissioner of Jurors Lawrence Voigtsberger. Photo by Judy Walker   By Adina Genn Long Island Business News March 30, 2018 In a pool full of prospective jurors, trial attorneys have lots to assess. Who’s biased? Who’s empathetic? Who can think for themselves? Those determinations can make or break a case, and mean the difference in a winning a case for a client. That’s why prosecutors, defense attorneys and judges need to quickly evaluate jurors by studying body language and facial expressions to gain insights as to how they think. They also consider the profession that jurors might align with, depending on the ...

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    Friday, March 30th, 2018

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  • April 26 – Campolo’s Initiatives to Grow Hauppauge Industrial Park and Drive Local Economy Are Focus of HIA-LI Panel

    Hauppauge Industrial Park: Current & Future Growth Hear about the growth of one of the largest industrial parks in the country! As Chair of the HIA-LI Board of Directors, Joe Campolo is spearheading initiatives to bring investment and growth to the Hauppauge Industrial Park. Join us to learn about these initiatives, the economic impact of the park on the Long Island economy, and the collaboration between HIA-LI and Stony Brook University to grow the second largest industrial park in the nation after Silicon Valley – right in our own backyard. April 26, 2018, 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. IBEW Local 25, 370 Motor ...

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    Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

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  • June 6 – Vozza Shares Insights at “Road Map to Independent Living” Seminar

    Are you tired of mowing lawns, shoveling driveways, and all the headaches of home ownership? It’s time to explore a more independent lifestyle full of time with the people you love and the things you enjoy, not the stresses that weigh you down. Please join us to learn what life at the Atria has to offer and hear from experts who will help make the process less overwhelming. After a tour of Atria Hertlin Place, you’ll hear from a real estate attorney, broker, and an Aetna better health representative who will guide you through how you can live where you want and get quality home care, and more. Speakers: Joseph Vozza, ...

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    Tuesday, March 27th, 2018

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  • Hunger on Long Island featuring Randi Shubin Dresner of Island Harvest and the Future of Commercial Real Estate featuring Don Catalano of iOptimize Realty

    The first topic of this week’s episode was hunger on Long Island, and we were happy to have Randi Shubin Dresner, Island Harvest Food Bank’s President and CEO, with us to address this critical issue. While the statistics about hunger on Long Island are distressing and even shocking (it’s estimated that Island Harvest’s services touch one in 10 Long Islanders), Island Harvest delivers sustenance and hope. She talked about the organization’s focus on treating everyone with dignity, its efficiency (94 cents of every dollar raised goes directly to support their programs), and the insatiable philanthropic appetite of millennials. Next, Don Catalano, President and CEO of iOptimize ...

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    Tuesday, March 20th, 2018

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  • April 17 – CMM Presents “Beyond #MeToo: Where We Go from Here” Featuring the Leading Authorities in the Corporate World, Law and Sociology Discussing Real-Life Solutions for Businesses to Move Forward

    The critical problem of sexual harassment in the workplace has undoubtedly received significant attention over the past several months. As women continue to share their experiences, many businesses are left wondering how to move forward and remain productive. Join us to hear from the leading authorities in the business world, law, and sociology about what the business community needs to be focused on. CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo will engage these thought leaders on real-life issues facing businesses. This isn’t just another panel focusing on everything businesses are doing wrong. We need to discuss practical approaches to keep moving forward. Don’t miss ...

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    Thursday, March 15th, 2018

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  • 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 only trying to get the best deal possible.” The seminar’s purpose was to help businesspeople become better negotiators, by using proven techniques designed to help control emotions and dictate direction of the negotiation. Campolo, who is managing partner of Ronkonkoma-based Campolo Middleton & McCormick, drew upon his years of ...

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    Thursday, March 15th, 2018

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  • CMM Spotlight: Castella

    Joe Campolo, Managing Partner at Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP and Board Chairman of HIA-LI, recently enjoyed a behind-the-scenes look at Business Achievement Award recipient Castella and their innovative operation right here in Hauppauge! Castella is a Long Island success story of how a local business can achieve national exposure and continue to grow each year. As a fellow business with Long Island roots, we were honored to get a closer look and learn more about the inner workings of this award-winning organization. The future of Long Island depends on forward-thinking companies like Castella. Hairnets and garment protection are always in style at Castella. ...

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    Friday, March 02nd, 2018

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  • Campolo Selected as Speaker to Kick Off IMA Young Professionals Group

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3k9vS6AU0-4 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 presentation given by Joe Campolo, Esq., who serves as the Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP. With over 50 young professionals and students in attendance it was an exciting and interesting night for all. Joe Campolo spoke for about 45 minutes on the value of networking as well as how to ...

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    Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

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