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Hospitality and Events with Hillary Needle and John Robertson

Posted: November 28th, 2018

In this episode, CMM Managing Partner Joe Campolo spoke with Hillary Needle, President of Hillary Needle Events, Inc. about how […]

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Bringing Us Together with Father Roy Tvrdik and Rabbi Gadi Capela

Posted: October 30th, 2018

 It’s more important than ever for our community to come together and focus on our similarities rather than our […]

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Growing Small Business with Joseph Camberato of National Business Capital and Elizabeth Malafi of the Miller Business Resource Center

Posted: September 25th, 2018

Long Island has a thriving business community which will only grow stronger if small business owners utilize the many resources […]

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Professional Development with Randi Busse of Workforce Development Group and Michael Frenda of Dale Carnegie Training of Long Island

Posted: August 24th, 2018

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Long Island is known for its highly educated workforce, but an overlooked piece of the total success puzzle is professional […]

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Taxes and M&A with Alan Sasserath of Sasserath & Zoraian, LLP and Gregg Schor of Protegrity Advisors, LLC

Posted: July 27th, 2018

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Long Island is home to trendsetting M&A transactions and a vibrant international business community. In this episode of CMM Live, […]

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The Nonprofit Sector with Amanda Talty of Tourette Association of America and Karen Boorshtein of Family Service League

Posted: July 17th, 2018

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Visibility is key for the nonprofit sector on Long Island. This episode of CMM Live features two amazing women in […]

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The Housing Sector featuring Sal Ferro of Alure Home Improvements and Gwen O’Shea of CDCLI

Posted: June 21st, 2018

We welcomed business leaders from different facets of the housing sector. First, Sal Ferro, President & CEO of Alure Home Improvements, talked […]

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The Technology Sector featuring Dr. James Hayward of Applied DNA Sciences and Marty Schmitt and Kevin Edwards of Flexible Systems

Posted: May 29th, 2018

With its vibrant startup community and universities, Long Island is home to incredible technological innovation, and this episode spotlighted some of […]

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Long Island’s Nonprofit Sector featuring John Miller of Guide Dog Foundation and America’s VetDogs and Ken Cerini of Cerini & Associates

Posted: May 15th, 2018

Collaboration was the word of the day on this CMM Live episode focusing on Long Island’s vibrant nonprofit sector. John Miller, […]

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Energy on Long Island featuring Scott Maskin of SUNation Solar Systems and Mohan Wanchoo of EC Infosystems and Jasmine Universe

Posted: April 12th, 2018

On this energy-themed episode, Joe Campolo welcomed clients and friends Scott Maskin of SUNation Solar and Mohan Wanchoo of EC Infosystems and Jasmine Universe. Scott explained how he turned his […]

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This week, CMM’s Devon Palma represented the firm at the Sachem High School East career fair. Being a leader in the business community means being involved in all parts of the process, so we were happy to speak with students about the legal field. It was also great seeing our friends from East/West Industries, Inc, Techworks Consulting, Inc, and America's VetDogs at the fair! Each year we welcome interns and summer associates and help them begin their career journeys. Learn more about our exciting firm culture here! cmmllp.com/our-company-culture/ ... See MoreSee Less

This week, CMM’s Devon Palma represented the firm at the Sachem High School East career fair. Being a leader in the business community means being involved in all parts of the process, so we were happy to speak with students about the legal field. It was also great seeing our friends from East/West Industries, Inc, Techworks Consulting, Inc, and Americas VetDogs at the fair! Each year we welcome interns and summer associates and help them begin their career journeys. Learn more about our exciting firm culture here! https://cmmllp.com/our-company-culture/

 

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Proud of my attorney. Love you Boompa

So proud of you Devon!!

Jack Herschkowitz, grandfather of CMM’s Alan Weinberg, had a remarkable story to tell. A Private First Class in the Army during WWI, Jack fought in the Battle of the Lost Battalion. In order to obtain ammunition and rations, Jack, with another soldier, accompanied an officer in an effort to reestablish communication between the Lost Battalion and headquarters. As the three men were breaking through the enemy lines, they were detected in the center of an enemy camp, and to protect a fellow officer, Jack deliberately attracted the enemy fire to himself. All three soldiers got back safely to headquarters and Jack was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Croix de Guerre for his role in the battle. Jack was an incredible example of bravery and heroism. ... See MoreSee Less

Jack Herschkowitz, grandfather of CMM’s Alan Weinberg, had a remarkable story to tell.  A Private First Class in the Army during WWI, Jack fought in the Battle of the Lost Battalion. In order to obtain ammunition and rations, Jack, with another soldier, accompanied an officer in an effort to reestablish communication between the Lost Battalion and headquarters. As the three men were breaking through the enemy lines, they were detected in the center of an enemy camp, and to protect a fellow officer, Jack deliberately attracted the enemy fire to himself.  All three soldiers got back safely to headquarters and Jack was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross and the Croix de Guerre for his role in the battle. Jack was an incredible example of bravery and heroism.

CMM continues to grow, welcoming Adam Eisen, Esq., as an Associate based in the firm’s Westbury office. Adam’s strong background in the business side of the construction industry is an asset to our Corporate and Construction teams, which have expanded in size, scope, and sophistication as CMM expands its footprint across Long Island. Welcome to the team, Adam! Read more about Adam’s experience here: bit.ly/32HSlL6 ... See MoreSee Less

CMM continues to grow, welcoming Adam Eisen, Esq., as an Associate based in the firm’s Westbury office. Adam’s strong background in the business side of the construction industry is an asset to our Corporate and Construction teams, which have expanded in size, scope, and sophistication as CMM expands its footprint across Long Island. Welcome to the team, Adam! Read more about Adam’s experience here: https://bit.ly/32HSlL6

 

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Welcome aboard Adam!

Welcome!

Adolf Albrecht is the grandfather of CMM's Michelle Toscano. He emigrated from Germany to the U.S. in 1954. In 1956, still not fluent in English, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and sent to Korea. He did his basic training at Fort Devens in Massachusetts in the depths of winter and was commissioned as a rifleman and ammunition bearer for the M7 grenade launcher. Michelle shared with us her grandfather's favorite story from those days: during the first week in basic training, his unit camped overnight in the woods. Early the next morning, the ground covered with frost, they were told to ready themselves for inspection. The water they were given to shave with was completely iced over and they had to break it and rub it on their faces as they tried to shave, essentially ripping the hair out! The lieutenant then came around with the flashlight and inspected each man's face to make sure they were entirely clean shaven. Today Michelle's grandfather is 87 years old and lives in Smithtown. ... See MoreSee Less

Adolf Albrecht is the grandfather of CMMs Michelle Toscano. He emigrated from Germany to the U.S. in 1954. In 1956, still not fluent in English, he was drafted into the U.S. Army and sent to Korea. He did his basic training at Fort Devens in Massachusetts in the depths of winter and was commissioned as a rifleman and ammunition bearer for the M7 grenade launcher. Michelle shared with us her grandfathers favorite story from those days: during the first week in basic training, his unit camped overnight in the woods. Early the next morning, the ground covered with frost, they were told to ready themselves for inspection. The water they were given to shave with was completely iced over and they had to break it and rub it on their faces as they tried to shave, essentially ripping the hair out! The lieutenant then came around with the flashlight and inspected each mans face to make sure they were entirely clean shaven. Today Michelles grandfather is 87 years old and lives in Smithtown.

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