Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm with offices across Long Island, is thrilled to announce that that Senior Partner Christine Malafi has been recognized by her peers for the fourth year in a row to be featured in The Best Lawyers in America® in the category of Employment Law – Management (2021 edition). With this distinction, Malafi ranks among the top five percent of private practice attorneys nationwide as determined by a rigorous peer-review process.
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Malafi chairs the Corporate and Labor & Employment Departments at CMM, which was recently recognized by Forbes as a Top Trusted Corporate Law Firm in America. Her practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, routine and complex transactions, drafting and negotiating a wide range of agreements, and helping businesses navigate all types of human resources matters. She routinely represents buyers and sellers in multimillion-dollar transactions and serves in a general counsel role for many of the firm’s corporate clients.
This year, Malafi has also played a critical role on CMM’s Coronavirus Response Team, answering a myriad of questions from the business community about various aspects of businesses’ handling of COVID-19 issues, including HR issues impacting their companies’ survival. Based on her strong labor and employment background, clients turn to Christine both for answers to their most important employment concerns and for solutions to move forward.
In addition to her legal work, Malafi serves on the Boards of Directors of Family Service League and Girl Scouts of Suffolk County, among others. She also sits on the Board of Governors of Touro Law School and the New York State Pro Bono Scholars Task Force.