A Premier Law Firm on Long Island
Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP is a premier law firm with offices across Long Island. Recently recognized as one of America’s Top Trusted Corporate Law Firms by Forbes, CMM has become the firm of choice for clients with respect to their most significant business transactions, challenging legal issues, and critical disputes.
By any metric, CMM takes top honors. In addition to voting us to the prestigious Forbes list, our clients and the business community have repeatedly chosen CMM as Best Law Firm in the “Best of Long Island” awards; our peers and adversaries have earned our firm and our partners AV-Preeminent® ratings, reserved for the highest level of professional excellence; and our own employees voted us a Newsday Top Long Island Workplace.
Our attorneys are eager to help you by providing experienced legal guidance. Contact us today for a consultation.
CMM Closes €11 Million Investment for Client in Belgian Company
DeMaio Sworn in as Officer of the Suffolk Academy of Law
McCormick Elected First Vice President of the Suffolk County Bar Association
CMM Overcomes Motion to Dismiss in Real Property Compensation Lawsuit
CMM Welcomes Joshua Valentino, Esq. to Rapidly Expanding Corporate Department
Richard DeMaio and Marc Saracino Promoted to Senior Associate
CMM Represents Cerini & Associates in its Acquisition of Nassau CPA Firm
CMM Honored by Touro Law Center; Receives Law Firm of the Year Award
CMM Closes Asset Purchase for Suffolk County Manufacturer in Multimillion-Dollar Deal
CMM Expands Corporate Department with Addition of Zachary Mike, Esq.
Navigating Your Commercial Lease Agreement During Inflation
Sexual Harassment Prevention: What Municipalities Need to Know
Maintaining Client Confidences: Ethical Considerations for Attorneys When Posting on Social Media
2021 Was a Record-Breaking Year for M&A – How Does 2022 Compare?
Supreme Court Tetris: How Social Media and First Amendment Rights Fit Together
The First Amendment, Social Media, and Off-Campus Speech: SCOTUS Weighs In
Mergers and Acquisitions Primer: Capital Gains vs. Ordinary Income Tax
What Employers Should Know About Employee Non-Compete Agreements in 2022
2022 Changes to Minimum Wage and Overtime Exempt Salary Threshold
Interests vs. Positions: Guidelines for “Getting to Yes” and Avoiding Negotiation Jiu-Jitsu