Westbury, NY – Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm, celebrated the official grand opening of its Westbury office with a ribbon-cutting officiated by the Westbury-Carle Place Chamber of Commerce on June 26. Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Viviana L. Russell, whose district includes CMM’s office at 1025 Old Country Road, attended the ribbon-cutting and presented the firm with a Citation of Recognition and Merit on behalf of the Town. Opened on March 1 to support CMM’s rapid growth and for the convenience of their extensive client base in Nassau County and New York City, the Westbury office is the firm’s third location (in addition to Ronkonkoma and Bridgehampton) and its first in Nassau County.

CMM has enjoyed a rapid rise since its founding in 2008. Established with two partners in a small office, the firm now has over 30 lawyers working out of three offices along the spine of Long Island. CMM has become the firm of choice for clients with respect to their most challenging legal issues, significant business transactions, and critical disputes. The firm is well known for its philanthropic efforts through its charitable arm, CMM Cares, as well as its attorneys’ dedication to moving the Long Island economy forward through involvement with HIA-LI, Stony Brook University, and the Suffolk County Bar Association, among other respected organizations and institutions.

The full-service Westbury office is close to Nassau County courts and government buildings in Mineola, as well as the bustling economic hubs that make Nassau County such a robust business community. The office is easily accessible by major highways and the Long Island Railroad and is home to several CMM attorneys and staff members.

The ribbon-cutting took place in the atrium of 1025 Old Country Road, where CMM welcomed clients, friends, Chamber members, and local businesses to network and enjoy food, drinks, and a champagne toast. The firm chose iconic Westbury restaurant Tesoro’s to cater the event.

“We’re thrilled to make our expansion to Nassau County official,” said Managing Partner Joe Campolo. “We’re honored to serve our many existing clients in the area out of our new space, and look forward to working with the local business community to continue to grow the Long Island economy. Onward and upward!”