Campolo, Middleton & McCormick is proud to announce that Senior Associate Richard DeMaio has been elected as a member of the Board of Directors of the Suffolk County Bar Association. He will be sworn in by Hon. Helen Voutsinas, Associate Justice of the Appellate Division, Second Department, at the SCBA’s 116th Annual Installation Dinner on June 6, 2024.

DeMaio has been actively involved in the SCBA and has acted as an invaluable resource to the bar association’s educational arm, the Suffolk Academy of Law, over the years. In addition to his new role as a Director, DeMaio currently serves as Treasurer and an officer of the Academy of Law, on the Board of Managers for the Suffolk County Bar Association Charity Foundation, and as Chair of the SCBA Newly Admitted Attorneys Committee. Previously, he served as Co-Chair of the Membership Services & Activities Committee. 

DeMaio is a litigation attorney who focuses on contract issues, business disputes, environmental matters, and municipal matters in state and federal court. His municipal work includes Article 78 proceedings, zoning/land use matters, and defending municipalities. He also focuses on commercial landlord-tenant cases and a variety of appeals. Richard works extensively on researching and drafting motions and appellate briefs in state and federal court. He has argued and won several appeals pertaining to land use/zoning, commercial, and general litigation.

We are pleased to congratulate DeMaio on his new role which will increase his involvement in the legal community.