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Frederick Glass, father of CMM’s Martin Glass, was a Corporal in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. Though he was originally supposed to complete training on airplane mechanics, the school was shut down just before graduation and Frederick’s skills were applied instead to trucking. Unfortunately, Frederick had never learned how to drive before entering the Army! He learned quickly and was soon handling supply deliveries all over England and Western Europe. We are honored to share Frederick’s story as part of our Veterans Day spotlight this month. ... See MoreSee Less

Frederick Glass, father of CMM’s Martin Glass, was a Corporal in the US Army Air Corps in World War II. Though he was originally supposed to complete training on airplane mechanics, the school was shut down just before graduation and Frederick’s skills were applied instead to trucking. Unfortunately, Frederick had never learned how to drive before entering the Army! He learned quickly and was soon handling supply deliveries all over England and Western Europe. We are honored to share Frederick’s story as part of our Veterans Day spotlight this month.

Please join us congratulating CMM Partner Jeff Basso, who will be recognized with a Leadership in Law Award this evening! The awards honor individuals whose leadership has had a positive impact on the legal profession and the Long Island community. Jeff is an honoree in the Partner category in recognition of his legal skill as well as his leadership managing CMM’s litigation department and mentoring his colleagues at the firm. This award reflects CMM’s commitment to excellence. Read more here: bit.ly/2qA5LMf ... See MoreSee Less

Please join us congratulating CMM Partner Jeff Basso, who will be recognized with a Leadership in Law Award this evening! The awards honor individuals whose leadership has had a positive impact on the legal profession and the Long Island community. Jeff is an honoree in the Partner category in recognition of his legal skill as well as his leadership managing CMM’s litigation department and mentoring his colleagues at the firm. This award reflects CMM’s commitment to excellence. Read more here: https://bit.ly/2qA5LMf

 

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Well deserved Jeff!

Today in our Veterans Day spotlight we are proud to feature Fred Lawrence, father-in-law of CMM’s Lauren Kanter Lawrence. A Sergeant in the Infantry, Fred was in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive in 1968. His unit was the 1st Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment, better known as the “Big Red One.” He came home in April 1969. In 2015, his name was added to Eisenhower Veterans Plaza honoring Nassau County residents who served. We thank Fred for his service. ... See MoreSee Less

Today in our Veterans Day spotlight we are proud to feature Fred Lawrence, father-in-law of CMM’s Lauren Kanter Lawrence. A Sergeant in the Infantry, Fred was in Vietnam during the Tet Offensive in 1968. His unit was the 1st Battalion 16th Infantry Regiment, better known as the “Big Red One.” He came home in April 1969. In 2015, his name was added to Eisenhower Veterans Plaza honoring Nassau County residents who served. We thank Fred for his service.

 

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That’s awesome and thanks for your service Fred.

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This week CMM was thrilled to receive the Corporate Leadership Award at Family Service League’s Great Chefs Gala in recognition of our support of our neighbors in need through our charitable initiative, CMM Cares. Accepting the award on behalf of CMM, Senior Partner Christine Malafi told a personal story of how she was inspired to join FSL’s board when she met a wounded veteran who relies on FSL’s food bank and had shared how much the organization meant to him. We also congratulate NYS Senator Phil Boyle, recipient of the Government Leadership Award, and we thank NYS Senator James Gaughran, who presented the firm with a Proclamation honoring our service to the community and New York State. Read more about the award here: bit.ly/2D1Xgw2 ... See MoreSee Less

This week CMM was thrilled to receive the Corporate Leadership Award at Family Service League’s Great Chefs Gala in recognition of our support of our neighbors in need through our charitable initiative, CMM Cares. Accepting the award on behalf of CMM, Senior Partner Christine Malafi told a personal story of how she was inspired to join FSL’s board when she met a wounded veteran who relies on FSL’s food bank and had shared how much the organization meant to him. We also congratulate NYS Senator Phil Boyle, recipient of the Government Leadership Award, and we thank NYS Senator James Gaughran, who presented the firm with a Proclamation honoring our service to the community and New York State. Read more about the award here: https://bit.ly/2D1Xgw2

 

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Congratulations!!!🎉

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