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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.
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