HIA-LI Reporter Newspaper - April/May 2022

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VOLUME 41 • ISSUE 5 • MAY 2022

WE’RE BACK! HIA-LI’S 34TH ANNUAL

TRADE SHOW & CONFERENCE

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HIA-LI’S HEARD AROUND THE ISLAND: PG 71

A letter from the HIA-LI President & CEO, Terri Alessi-Miceli

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Kevin OʼConnor Bridgehampton

Bridgehampton Dominick Pernice National BankSt. Catholic Health’s Catherine of Siena (631) 537-8826 Hospital Kevin OʼConnor Quarte Bridgehampton (631)Robert 862-3107

Richard S.Arthur Feldman, Sanders LIFETIME BOARD (631) 543 - 5355 Esq. Funding MEMBERSOmni EMERITUS Jim Coughlan Robert Desmond President Jim Coughlan AVZ & Company National Bank Rivkin Radler (516)LLP 697 - 3900 Tritec Real Estate CoMary Terri Alessi-MiceliAIRECO Chairperson Tritec Real Real Estate Estate Corp. Rogers OFFICERS (631) 434 - 9500 Fred Eisenbud (631) 537-8826 (631) 706 4113 (631) 273 4255 Rich Humann, Brookhaven National Susan H.LIFETIME Gubing BOARD (631) P.E. 543 - 5355 Co., Inc. Campolo, Middleton & H2M Architects & (631) 706-4113 Laboratory Robert Quarte Career Smarts MEMBERS Robert Desmond (631) Chairperson Rita DiStefano McCormick LLPEMERITUS Ann-Marie Engineers of the 334-4747 AVZScheidt & Company AIRECO Real Estate Corp. Portnoy, Messinger, Stony Brook(631) University (631) Board 756-8000 Robert Desmond Ernest E. 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Lacetera Berkeley Credit Union Fritz547 - 7450 (631) 844-3819 Isaac(631) Peoples Alliance Federal (631) 434Peopleʼs - 3500 Alliance RichFarrell (631) 338-8633 (Posthumously) Ed Pruitt LIFETIME BOARD (631) 367 0710 Corporate Secretary Sandler Training CEO Federal Credit Union (Posthumously) MEMBERS Christopher Kent Kevin O’Connor LIFETIME Credit Union (631) 231-3538 CEO Corporate Secretary DIME Community Bank John Rebecchi Farrell Fritz BOARD MEMBERS (631) 434 - 3500 David Manning Ed Pruitt JackLIFETIME Kulka BOARD (631) 537-8826 Bob Isaksen (631) 367 - 0710 Brookhaven National Rich Humann, P.E. (Posthumously) MEMBERS Bank of America AllanConstruction Lippolis Marci Tublisky John Rebecchi Kulka Corp. H2M architects + CEO Corporate Secretary(631)Laboratory DIRECTORS 547-7450 Washer & Disc Graphics (631) 231 - 0900 David Manning Superior engineers Gasket Corp.Jack Kulka Norman Weingart - 4747 Rich Humann, P.E. (631) 344 Brookhaven National John Kent (631) 273-8282 Communications (631)Bauer 756H2M - 8000 Rebecchi Kulka Construction Corp. architects + Christopher Allan Lippolis Marci John Tublisky Laboratory Littler Mendelson, P.C. Farrell Fritz, P.C. (631) 231& - 0900 Specialist Disc Graphics Scott Maskin engineers Superior Washer (631) 344 - 4747 Arthur Sanders (631) 293-4525 (631) 367-0710 Treasurer (631) 756 - 8000 SUNation Solar Corp.Lippolis David Norman Weingart OmniGasket Funding Winchester Allan Marci Tublisky (631) 750 - 9454 Edward Bonahue Scott MaskinScott Maskin (516) 697-3900 CleanTech Rocks AnthonyT.Manetta (631) 273 - 8282 Communications Superior Washer & Suffolk Community SUNation Solar Specialist HB Solutions SUNation Solar Treasurer Gasket Corp. Dr. ElanaNorman College Systems BOARD Zolfo Weingart RichInc. Isaac 750 - 9454 LIFETIME Anthony Leteri (631) (516)451-4110 762-7523 Anthony Manetta (631) 750-9454 (631) 273 - 8282 Colonial Sales Communications (631) MEMBERS EMERITUS & Sandler Training Leteri Waste Services David Winchester Specialist HB Solutions Marketing (631) 2313538 (631) 368 5533 CleanTech Rocks Rich Isaac Fred Eisenbud Anthony Leteri (516) 762-7523 Paule T. Pachter Leteri Waste Services Long IslandSandler Cares Training Campolo, Middleton & David Winchester (631) 582-3663 LLP 368 - 5533 (631) 231- 3538 McCormick(631) CleanTech Rocks OFFICERS

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Miriam Hubbard 273-8282 Tony Borelli GOVERNMENT (516) 338 - 5454 Aoifa OʼDonnell (631) D & B Engineers Group (631)Robertson 588-8102 PBI Payroll Connor RELATIONS Tom Fox Mass Mutual Financial Allison Keppel National EAP, Inc. SOCIAL and Architects 391 x396 (516) Consulting, Inc. Audacy, Inc.- 0300Group (516) 338 - 5454 D & B Engineers Techworks SECURITY (631) 588-8102 RESPONSIBILITY (631) 285‑1527 Anthony Manetta (212) 315-7083 (516) 364 9890 and Architects MANUFACTURING/ (516) 391 - 0300 x396 Cedar Communities, L.P. SECURITY Allan Lippolis Paule Pachter MANUFACTURING/ (516) 364 - 9890INTERNATIONAL (516) 229-1168 TRADE Dan EDUCATION/ Simon MANUFACTURING/ Long IslandWasher Cares & INTERNATIONAL Superior Signwave LLC WORKFORCE Allan Lippolis INTERNATIONAL TRADEThe Harry Chapin Food Chris Kent RELATIONS EDUCATION/GOVERNMENT TRADE (631) 761-9292 Robert Lippolis Corp.Washer & BankGasket Superior Fritz, P.C. CONNECTION WORKFORCE Farrell GOVERNMENT Jack Kulka RELATIONS (631) 582-3663 (631) 367-0710 Superior Washer Kursad Devecioglu Robert Lippolis (631) 273 Gasket Corp. - 8282 EDUCATION/CONNECTION International & Gasket Corp. Washer Lee Silberman Kulka Construction Superior Jack Kulka Bimser (631) 273 - 8282 WORKFORCE HEALTH & Corporation TECHNOLOGY FOR Kelly Imperial (631) 273-8282 Group & Gasket Corp. Habitat for Humanity Kulka Construction(646) CONNECTION 722-3890 BUSINESS NYITKelly Imperial WELLNESS TECHNOLOGY FOR Group (631) 231 - 0900 (631) 273-8282 of Suffolk Linda Furey (631) 422-4828 BUSINESS NYIT RonMEMBERSHIP Loveland, Melissa Negrin-Wiener (631) 348-3121 (631) 231 0900 Junior Achievement David Pinkowitz BSE, MBA Genser Cona Elder Law MEMBERSHIP of New York (631) 348-3121(631) 390-5000 TECHNOLOGY Summit Safety & Chris Kent David Services Pinkowitz DCP Marketing (516) 625-9028 RichSolutions Isaac FOR BUSINESS Farrell Fritz,Chris P.C. Kent Efficiency DCP LLC Marketing Services (631) 642-7239 Sarah Weber ENERGY/UTILITIES/ Rich Isaac Sandler Training Marie McCallion Farrell Fritz, P.C. (631) 367-0710 Coluccio CPR & Safety Consulting LLC ENERGY/UTILITIES/ (631) 491 - 5343 Sandler Training Chris INFRASTRUCTURE (631) 231 - 3538 Stony Brook University TechWorks and Training, LLC.367-0710 DBA MEMBERSHIP (631) (631) 491 - 5343 INFRASTRUCTURE (631) 231 - 3538 Consulting College of Business Inc. Compliance Training Chris Coluccio (631) Jack 632-7476 Kulka Raffelina Cipriano (631) 285-1527 631-882-1808 Mark Businski Chris Coluccio HEALTHCARE TechWorks Consulting, Inc. Jack Kulka Raffelina Cipriano Primerica Kulka Construction Meltzer, Lippe, Goldstein TechWorks Consulting, Inc. ENERGY/UTILITIES/ HEALTHCARE & Breitstone, LLP Manny Morales Kulka ConstructionHUMAN RESOURCES Primerica Group (631) 285 1527 (917) 440 - 1925 INFRASTRUCTURE 2M Technologies, Inc.- 1527 (631) 285 Group (516) 470-0185 (917) 440 - 1925 (631) 231-3255 (631) 231 - 0900 Stephanie Curry Christine Ippolito MENTORING, (631) 231 - 0900Sherwood Christine Michael Voltz Lumber Ippolito Lisa Mitnick MENTORING, Compass Workforce PSEG Long Island (631) 297-1923 NETWORKING AND Alliance Federal Compass WorkforcePeople’s YOUNG (631) 844-3819 NETWORKING AND Solutions Credit Union YOUNG COMMUNICATIONS Solutions Aoifa O’Donnell PROFESSIONALS (631) 794-7400 (631) 434-3500 COMMUNICATIONS GOLF/SPORTS PROFESSIONALS National EAP Inc. 794-7400 (631) ENTERTAINMENT/ Betsy Jacob Michael Capaldo ENTERTAINMENT/(631) 588-8102 Betsy Jacob Michael Capaldo Robert Desmond SPORTS SPORTS Sage Solutions Sage Solutions Melissa Negrin-Wiener Insutry One Realty Corp Melissa Negrin-Wiener (516) (516) 396 - 396 9329- 9329 Genser, Dubow, Genser (631)Carmella 273-4255Fazio - 5388 Carmella Fazio Genser, Dubow, Genser (516) 984 (516) 984 - 5388 All IslandAll Media Island Media & Cona LLP & Cona LLP RobertRobert DooleyDooley Ann Morrison (516) 297(516) - 9011 Morrison McGiff Halverson, 297 - 9011(631) 390-5000 LLP LLP (631) 390-5000The AmericanAnn Foundation McGiff Halverson, The American Foundation (631) 730 8686 For Suicide Prevention (631) 730 - 8686 For Suicide Prevention (516) 869 (516)- 4215 869 - 4215

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ADVOCATING FOR LONG ISLAND BUSINESS

The HIA-LI was pleased to partner with Ignite Long Island and the Town of Islip for their Autistic Workforce in the Industrial Sector event held on April 12th at the Long Island Cares’ Center for Community Engagement in Hauppauge. As employers struggle to fill their talent pool, it is critical to rethink hiring practices and include everyone in the conversation. To find out more information, please contact Islip Town Councilman and Disability Advisory Board Chair Jim O’Connor at (631) 595-3905.

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On Tuesday, April 19th, The HIA-LI met with Suffolk County District Attorney Ray Tierney and his team, the 4th precinct, Town of Smithtown Councilman Tom Lohmann and business owners in the park to discuss safety, drag racing, illegal speed contests and preservation of private property in the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge. The HIA-LI will be encouraging occupants in the park to get involved with the Suffolk County Police Department’s Shield Program as one of the ways to combat this. The District Attorney’s office is committed to supporting efforts to protecting the safety in the park. Please contact the HIA-LI if you need more information or assistance.

Several Members of the HIA-LI Board of Directors, along with President & CEO Terri Alessi-Miceli and Board Chair Rich Humann, met with the NYS Commissioner of DOL Roberta Reardon and her team on April 8th at H2M architects + engineers to discuss the needs of the LI Business community. HIA-LI member companies have cited building a viable talent pool as a major challenge to getting business done. The HIA-LI will be working closely with them to distribute critical information and programs to our members, to help grow their businesses while attracting and retaining valuable staff.

The HIA-LI helped to support Liberty Moving & Storage’s Ukraine Relief Assistance Program. Donations of medical supplies, food, clothing, and hygiene products were accepted by Liberty at their corporate headquarters, located at 350 Moreland Rd. in Commack. A forty-foot overseas shipping container was filled and shipped to Poland for distribution.


keepingcurrent Food Insecurity Among Our Seniors Is Too Important To Ignore

In response to numerous proposals to reduce SNAP on a federal level, our state and local governments often scramble to find funding available to maintain these programs for our seniors. After all, seniors comprise a significant voting bloc in America, and have a very strong and effective voice through organizations like AARP, FRAC and Feeding America.

By Paule T. Pachter, A.C.S.W., L.M.S.W. Chief Executive Officer Long Island Cares, Inc. The Harry Chapin Regional Food Bank 10 Davids Drive – Harry Chapin Way Hauppauge, New York 11788 Office: 631.582.3663 x 101 www.licares.org

There have been several articles published by our colleagues at Feeding America and the Food Research and Action Center (FRAC), describing food insecurity rates and risk factors among older adults; the connection between food insecurity and health among older adults; and the effectiveness of some of the federal nutrition programs in alleviating food insecurity and supporting healthcare for this at-risk population. Poverty, food insecurity, and poor nutrition have potentially harmful impacts on the health and well-being of older adults, which can limit their ability to work, perform daily activities, and live independently. Older adults with limited finances, adequate community resources, and a limited social support system often interfere with their ability to maintain good health. According to Feeding America, in 2019, 1 in 11 older adults, or 9.5% of the population age 50-59, are food insecure. Between 2018 and 2019, the number of food insecure older adults declined from 4.5 million in 2018 to 4.0 million in 2019. Long Island Cares, Inc. estimates that approximately 54,000 seniors living in Nassau and Suffolk Counties experience food insecurity and rely upon the emergency food network for ongoing support. On a monthly basis, 1,950

seniors visit our satellite locations in Freeport, Lindenhurst, Huntington Station, Hampton Bays and Bethpage to access food, personal care items, household supplies, and pet food. Twice per month, our Mobile Pantry delivers groceries to 86 households of seniors that are homebound and have difficulty traveling to a local food pantry. Being food insecure can lead to mental and physical health conditions such as diabetes, depression, hypertension, congestive heart failure and accidents. Seniors struggling with food insecurity also experience more frequent hospitalizations and emergency room visits. Federal programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), Congregate Nutrition Program, Home-Delivered Nutrition Program, Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program, and the Child and Adult Care Food Program provide a lifeline to seniors living alone and often isolated. For a wide array of health outcomes, food insecure seniors were worse-off than food secure seniors. ​

In November 2020, Long Island Cares implemented our S.O.S. (Supporting Our Seniors) Mobile Food Delivery Services throughout Nassau and Suffolk County. In establishing this model with support from our state legislative delegation, we were able to stabilize the environment for many seniors and to ensure that they continue to have access to emergency food assistance which also increased due to the COVID-19 pandemic. When it comes to hunger and seniors, we need to develop broad and creative approaches that both ensure that services are available, in addition to defining achievable outcomes. Long Island Cares provides home delivery of groceries for our seniors through S.O.S., Mobile Pantry, and Veterans Outreach. We continue to collaborate with allied organizations such as AARP Long Island Chapter and local townships to meet the needs of seniors for healthy food options. In addition, each time we make a home delivery our staff and volunteers’ asses each household for additional services that can address the other needs that seniors might have. It is critical that we continue to provide the necessary government funding, coordinated services, flexible program models, compassion and advocacy for a population that sometimes feels helpless to effect change.

keepingcurrent By Scott Schneider LEED Green Associate Sustainability Consultant M: 917.213.3422 T: 800.417.0938 Sschneider@SunlogicPower.com SunlogicPower.com

A quote that rings in my head daily that I would like to leave you with from Robert Kennedy: “Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events. It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.”

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and rebuild without power for multiple weeks. More recently, we are seeing the effects that the foreign controlled fossil fuel industry can have on our wallets at the pumps. The Long Island is notoriously known for being one same increases that are happening at the of the most resilient economic powerhouses pumps, are also affecting electric rates. In a of the United States. As a relatively newcomer Newsday article written prior to the current to the Island, I have been overwhelmed by war in Ukraine, on January 18, 2022 “PSEG the sense of pride and the importance of delivery charge up 4.5% starting this month” community that has been expressed by the locals. The island, in my opinion, is its own In an ever-changing world, it is difficult to entity that is entirely unique when compared determine the path of our society. But one to Manhattan or the rest of the state, but it thing is clear, governments around the world also faces its own unique challenges. are preparing for the phasing out of fossil fuels as our primary power source, and clean Being surrounded by water on an island energy will take its place. If we truly want during a period of increasingly extreme to achieve these goals, I believe that it will weather events is a large point of concern, be the responsibility of individuals to take that I feel we as a community on Long Island the power back into their own hands, and need to address head on. During hurricane make their lifestyle as sustainable, efficient, Sandy, the electrical grid was heavily and secure as possible. We have the tools affected, and people were left to clean up and capabilities to “Future Proof” our homes

and businesses. “Future Proof Your Home” Whether that be switching to Solar Power, adding a smart monitoring system to your home, switching from oil and gas burners to more efficient heat pumps, at SunLogic Power we are a “One Stop Shop” for all your future proofing needs.


keepingcurrent 5 Hacks For Meal Planning Your Week - So That You Can Show Up Organized And In Control Without Giving Up Half Your Sunday. By Lety Algeri Holistic Health Coach CEO and Founder Lety Algeri Coaching Lety@LetyAlgeri.com www.LetyAlgeriCoaching.com ​ PLANNING and ORGANIZING are what’s HOLDING ME BACK from my HEALTH. That is what I heard from 5 different people this week alone. I am too busy, overwhelmed, and tired to plan anything. I feel like I’m drowning and can’t get ahead of it. It’s so true, when you don’t plan your week it tends to plan for you. Fail to Plan and Your Planning to Fail But sometimes the thought of spending half a day meal prepping and setting yourself up for the week is just too much. Want to know why you feel this way…because you are stuck in the old methods and myths of meal planning. ● Meal planning is complicated and takes up half my Sunday ● Meal planning means I need to be creative and come up with tons of meals ● Meal planning means I need to cook elaborate meals… lots of time in the kitchen ● Meal planning is a dreaded chore ● Meal planning leads to an overwhelming and complicated grocery shopping trip

If that was true I wouldn’t want to do it either. I’m here to bust those myths and give you 5 hacks for meal planning your week so that you can show up organized and in control of your food without giving up half your Sunday. #1 Having a Plan Doesn’t Mean Having to Cook a Gourmet Meal: What can you put on the menu for the week that is super fast? ● Previously made meals from the freezer ● An express meal that takes under 15 minutes to make ● Crock Pot option ● Left-overs #2 Make a Master List Of All Your Favorite Meals: This allows you to avoid the hardest part of meal planning which is the thinking part. #3 Get Rid of the Perfectionist Mindset Health is not all or nothing. Doing a little bit at a time goes a long way. So you only planned 2 meals this week! That’s a win. Make a double batch of each and now you have 4 meals planned or freeze half for next time. #4 Schedule 15 Minutes on Friday 15 minutes is all it takes to show up organized, planned, and in control of your week. Don’t wait until Sunday evening when you are annoyed the weekend is over, exhausted, and already feel behind. Set up a quick plan on Friday so you can feel ahead of the game when Monday comes (and you can beat those Sunday shoppers). #5 Simplify the Process

These days so much of our shopping is done online why not order your groceries online too. Chances are your family eats the same 10 meals over and over again so take advantage of the “Shop past orders” feature and get your shopping done in under 5 minutes! At the end of the day if you want to be successful at anything you have to plan for it. But planning your meals does not have to be a drag or take forever. It’s the ONE THING you can do to accelerate your results Because being prepared #1: Stops you from sabotaging your health with take-out, drive-through, and restaurant food that doesn’t support your health goals #2: Saves you LOTS of time and money. #3: Gives you control of what you are eating (And feeding your family) #4: Streamlines shopping and decreases food waste. #5: Prevents decision fatigue - which always leads to bad choices. The oh no, it’s 5 PM, what’s for dinner syndrome? - let’s order in. If you are ready to make a shift in your health make meal planning the ONE THING you focus on this week and see how it goes. Need recipe ideas? We post a new one every week in our Online Community, Join us: www.facebook.com/groups/thrivewithlety

keepingcurrent 2021 Was a Record-Breaking Year for M&A By Vincent Costa, Esq. and Marc Saracino, Esq. Senior Associates Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP (631) 738-9100 vcosta@cmmllp.com msaracino@cmmllp.com

2021 was a record-breaking year for M&A deals. Global deal value rose to an unprecedented $5 trillion, smashing the previous record of $4 trillion set in 2007. In the United States alone, deal value records rose to $2.6 trillion, doubling the deal value of 2020.

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Given that new records were set in the United States and all over the world in 2021, demand for M&A deals is clearly on the rise and many business owners and private equity firms are racing to find undervalued targets in 2022. You may have already heard about Microsoft’s recent plans to acquire Activision Blizzard, one of the largest video game companies in the United States, for $68.7 billion, and that’s not all that’s swirling in the M&A-sphere in the first half of 2022. Some potential M&A targets for 2022 include well-known companies such as the fitness giant, Peloton, Kohl’s, and a leader in clean technology, Petroteq Energy (with offers already presented to Kohl’s and Petroteq).

and an abundance of capital are paving the way for dealmaking opportunities across the technology sector in 2022.

partnership focused on acquiring vet practices around the tri-state area.

Tech advancements led to significant industry growth in 2021, which means more M&A deals in 2022. PwC predicts hotspots in the areas of crypto and NFTs as emerging markets are established. Moreover, with the pandemic coming to an end, business owners will begin to seek opportunities for consolidation, which will lead to an insurgence of M&A deals in 2022.

According to Digital Health Business & Technology’s data, there have already been 65 M&A deals in the digital health sphere in the first quarter of 2022. Additionally, several healthcare companies have been named targets for 2022 such as Health Gorilla and Summus Global.

CMM attorneys were at the forefront of the tech M&A wave in 2021, representing an artificial intelligence tech leader in a complex recapitalization and M&A transaction in which CMM helped negotiate the terms of a multimilliondollar loan agreement. As for how tech deals are already playing out, Microsoft’s acquisition of Activision Blizzard could be the biggest tech/ entertainment M&A deal in 2022. Another hot M&A deal announced in Q1 is Sony’s plan to buy Bungie, a gaming company, for $3.6 billion. Citrix, the cloud computing and virtualization company, has reported that they are being acquired by private equity firms Vista Equity Partners and Evergreen Coast Capital for $16.5 billion. Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals

Let’s take a look at the some of the heavy hitters that are already making headlines in the following key sectors, as well some deals that are on deck: Technology

Deals in this sector rose to $288.9 billion in the US with SPAC (Special Purpose Acquisition Company) mergers playing a strong role in driving activity. In their 2022 M&A outlook, PwC predicts healthcare services consolidation and re-sale to lead M&A deals within this sector. We will also likely see more cross-border expansion and consolidation of private clinic and specialist care providers.

Technology was a coveted industry for US and global M&A deals in 2021. According to the PwC Global M&A 2022 outlook, new market opportunities, tech convergence,

Proving the trend predictions correct, CMM already successfully represented a New York vet practice in the multimillion-dollar sale of its business to a larger

Manufacturing & Aerospace Within the manufacturing industry, PwC also predicts strong M&A activity in 2022 as companies target vertical integration and operational consolidations. Likewise, as air passenger numbers increase in 2022, M&A activity in the aerospace and defense industry will also increase. CMM attorneys recently represented a leading manufacturer in the sale of its business, assets, and property, resulting in a multimillion-dollar transaction. The team also negotiated and closed a complex transaction in the aerospace field, selling a family-owned aerospace supplier’s business to a Connecticut-based private equity firm. As for deals already happening in the first quarter of 2022, Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines, the two largest discount carriers in the United States, have announced a merger in a deal valued at $6.6 billion. Private flying is also growing more common, a trend already reflected in aerospace M&A with Vista Global Holding announcing their acquisition of the U.S. charter operator Jet Edge for an undisclosed amount. With the second quarter of 2022 underway, we already see 2022 M&A heating up. Looking to buy or sell a business? Contact our firm for guidance: (631) 738-9100.


keepingcurrent A New Federal Law Changes The 401(K) Landscape For HIA-LI Members By Joe Hart Fiduciary Investment Advisor NS Capitol LLC 866-676-6002 jhart@nscadvisor.com

In January 2021 a new federal law called the “SECURE ACT” went into effect that dramatically changed the 401(k) market for small companies sponsoring their own plans, and companies looking to start a plan. Through a new vehicle called a “POOLED EMPLOYER PLAN” or a “PEP”, multiple companies and organizations may now band together into a single plan streamlining the process of offering and maintaining a retirement plan. Why was this law enacted? Our government realized that we are headed towards a retirement crisis in this country. People are simply not saving

enough and the costs of starting and RISK MITIGATION/Full Fiduciary maintaining a 401(k) plan are extremely Outsourcing high. • 402(a) Plan Administrator/ Pooled Plan Provider assumes this role How does a “PEP” solve these • 403(a) Trust & Custody / Pooled Plan issues? Provider assumes this role Through economies of scale a PEP • 3(38) Investment Manager/ Registered offers employers superior services Investment Advisor assumes this role with lower overall cost. • 3(16) Full Day-to-Day Administration and Regulatory Responsibility assumed by the • A PEP is considered a single plan under Pooled Plan Provider • Institutional Investment Lineup available IRC Tax Code and ERISA Law • A PEP eliminates Form 5500 and related / Low Cost & High Quality costs as a PEP is considered a single Simply put, a PEP is a better option for signer • A PEP eliminates the need for ERISA small employers. It dramatically reduces Bonds, Fiduciary Liability Insurance, and fiduciary liability, cuts administrative and their related costs compliance workload, and drastically cuts • A PEP eliminates the cost of plan costs. document restatement fees • A PEP eliminates plan level audit costs, To learn more about a Pooled Employer 401(k) Plan that is already working for as cost is split among PEP members several HIA members, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. My contact In addition, the PEP allows for: details can be found under my signature.

keepingcurrent A Better Way to HRA By Louis Bernardi President and Founder BritePath 516.590.0865 Direct 516.977.3018 Fax lcbernardi@groupplannersinc.com www.britepathbenefits.com

The managed care model of healthcare and insurance have taken their toll on most Long Island businesses and their employees. What started out as single-digit copays for primary care, specialist, outpatient, and inpatient stays has morphed into significant out-of-pocket costs and premiums.

Insurers pointed at the members indicating that ‘utilization’ was to blame. Of course, they claimed this had nothing to do with the healthcare system being paid on a fee-for-service basis and insurers doing nothing to fight medical and Rx trend. Ultimately, consumer directed plans or highdeductible health plans became all the rave. Give

Yet, the Pay More, Get Less blues keep on coming. How can this be? Well, it’s a matter of out of sight, out of mind. You see, one of the main contributing factors of the Pay More, Get Less syndrome is the lack of transparency in the healthcare and insurance ecosystems. Healthcare billing and pricing has become overly complex. Administrative burdens account for billions in wasted spending. The consumers ability to shop for price and quality is non-existent. Until now. 2022 is the year of the American Healthcare Consumer, or it can be. Several laws were enacted that attempt to rectify the situation. Price Transparency disclosures included in the Transparency in Coverage rule, the No Surprises Act (part of the Consolidated Appropriations Act) and Compensation Disclosure requirements are just a few of the new regulations. This is the start of a new era in employer sponsored health plans. Americans can finally shop for health care with the same level of awareness as they do

other consumables in their lives. Technology and data have finally caught up, or show I say slowed down to let health care and insurance catch up. This is particularly relevant for employers that offer HDHP’s wrapped with a Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA). These employers reduce the underlying health insurance plan and then supplement all or part of the members out-ofpocket costs with the saved premium. The strategy is sound, but the traditional approach and solution partners do not offer any way to combat the steerage of a predatorial health care system that upsells most services. Robust data and a new breed of solution partners incentivizes members to make informed health care decisions saving them and their employers significantly. Employers no longer fund the $2,500 variety MRI’s at hospital-based settings. Instead, members are encouraged to seek care at highvalue alternatives and are rewarded for making an informed decision. Patients can be directed to the best doctors, facilities and the most cost-effective medications with mobile technology or concierge style advocates that put the members ahead of the profit motives of the managed care industry.

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In the early days, the solutions were simple and straightforward; increase the copays and the tradeoff was a lower premium. Thus, copays went from $5 to $10, then $20, then $25 and eventually capped out around $50. Deductibles were reintroduced and what started as a modest $100 Deductible and 90% coinsurance quickly reached $2,000 and beyond. Still nothing stopped the perpetual 5% to 15% increase.

the members even more skin in the game and they will become more responsible consumers. These HDHP’s have now reached out-of-pockets of $8,700 for a single and $17,400 for a family in 2022. Out-of-pockets on HSA compatible plans sit at $7,050 and $14,100 respectively.


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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2022 GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS

BUSINESS TRADE SHOW & CONFERENCE GENERATE LEADS

9:00 A.M. -3:00 P.M.

MEET INDUSTRY DECISION MAKERS

MAKE NEW SALES

Suffolk Federal Credit Union Arena Crooked Hill Road, Brentwood NY, 11717

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(SCCC Grant Campus)

PRE-REGISTER PRE-REGISTER TO TO AVOID AVOID $10 $10 WALK-IN WALK-IN FEE FEE


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LETTER FROM THE HIA-LI PRESIDENT & CEO GETTING BACK TO BUSINESS MAY 26TH HIA-LI TRADE SHOW AND CONFERENCE On May 26th, the HIA-LI will once again be host to the largest single - day business trade show Long Island has to offer at the Suffolk Federal Credit Union Arena in Brentwood (SCCC Grant Campus). The HIA-LI 34th Annual Long Island Business Trade Show and Conference “Getting Back to Business” is expected to draw attendees and exhibitors who are itching to get back live and in person, making it the best place to do business and build relationships in 2022. With this list of who’s who in business the show will not only provide attendees with opportunities to generate sales with the best of the best, but it will also present an opportunity to educate with a variety of educational programs and notable speakers. “The HIA-LI Trade Show and Conference will not only be the business event of the year, but will also feature a variety of educational programs that touch on key economic development issues to help improve Long Island’s economy and discuss challenges that our business owners face,” said Terri Alessi-Miceli, President & CEO, HIA-LI. Executive Breakfast: Long Island Projects of Regional Significance from 8 AM to 10 AM Registration required $50 in person / $25 virtual The Executive Breakfast titled Long Island Projects of Regional Significance will be moderated by Marc Herbst, Executive Director of Long Island Contractors’ Association. Speakers include Joe Campolo, Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton, & McCormick, LLP and HIA-LI Board Member; Jim Coughlan, Principal, TRITEC Real Estate Co and HIA-LI Board Member; Scott Burman, Principal of Engel Burman and John D. Cameron, Jr., Managing Partner of Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP. They will discuss the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge Economic Impact Study and other infrastructure projects of regional importance on Long Island. This executive program , the morning of the trade show, attracts CEO’s and business leaders and presents an opportunity for our local business community to hear first person what NYS and our business leaders are doing to help Long Island become the leader in economic development. Complimentary breakout sessions throughout the day Additional complimentary breakout sessions presented by industry experts throughout the day will highlight marketing, social media, workforce development, Human Resources, sales, leadership strategies to grow your business and much more. The dedication and commitment to keeping local businesspeople informed and doing business is showcased at this trade show and conference, and everyone involved in business should take advantage of this unique opportunity to connect and educate themselves. For more information on sponsoring, exhibiting, or attending (pre – registration to walk the trade show floor is required to avoid $10 walk in fee) the HIA-LI 34th Annual Business Trade Show and Conference on May 26th visit hia-li.org or call the HIA-LI Office at (631) 543-5355. Don’t miss the place where business gets done in 2022.

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Thank you to this year’s sponsors:

Partners in Business,

Terri Alessi-Miceli HIA-LI President & CEO


Schedule of the Day

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM - Auxiliary Gym

($50-Members | $65- Non-Members)

Executive Breakfast: Projects of Regional Significance on Long Island

Complimentary Seminars

10:15 AM-11:15 AM

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11:15 AM-12:15 PM & 12:30 PM-1:30 PM

Business Bingo Speed Networking: Presented by HIA-LI's HYPE Committee (Auxiliary Gym)

1:45 PM - 2:45 PM

Live demos taking place in Manufacturing & Technology Pavilion throughout the day! #HIALITRADESHOW2022

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The Digital Survival Guide (Room # A213) Developing Your Talent Pipeline (Lecture Hall) Corporate Volunteerism: How Doing Good is Good for Business (Room # A214) Lightning Talks with the Powerhouse Panel: Technology Seminar (Room # A215)


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Business Bingo Speed Networking

Hosted by: HIA-LI's HYPE Advisory Committee


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e d a r T r Afte l a i c o S w o h S

CONTINUE THE CELEBRATION AFTER THE SHOW WITH CASH BAR AND LITE BITES!

LIMANI GRILLE BEGINNING @ 3:30 PM 1 VANDERBILT MOTOR PKWY, COMMACK, NY 11725

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FREE TO ATTEND - PRE-REGISTER AT WWW.HIA-LI.ORG OR CALL 631-543-5355


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THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS


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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT

The Suffolk County Industrial Development Agency (SCIDA) is dedicated to the continued prosperity of Suffolk County’s economy by investing in the retention and attraction of businesses that create employment opportunities while also expanding the tax base. In 2021, the Agency closed on 10 projects, generating a total private capital investment of $372,755,054 and creating 3,762 jobs with a total annual payroll of nearly $283 million. Once again, the Suffolk IDA only trailed behind New York City as the leading IDA in terms of job creation and they did this with an average cost per job created of $921, which is the lowest in the state.

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Over the last five years—in the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge alone—the Agency has supported 27 businesses to help facilitate more than $291 million in investments and the creation or retention of 9,300+ jobs with a payroll of more than $611 million.


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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHTS Headquartered in Hauppauge, New York, Dime Community Bank (“Dime”) (NASDAQ: DCOM), has over $12.0 Billion in assets and operates 60 convenient locations from Montauk to Manhattan. Dime is committed to providing exceptional service, the latest in technology and an experienced, dedicated team to help customers achieve their financial goals. The Bank offers a full range of products and services for businesses and consumers. Title insurance services are offered through Dime’s wholly owned subsidiary, Bridge Abstract. Dime Financial Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Dime, offers financial planning and investment consultation. Dime also has a rich tradition of involvement in the community by supporting programs and initiatives that promote local business, the environment, education, healthcare, social services and the arts. For more information, visit dime.com.

PSEG Long Island proudly serves more than 1.1 million electrical customers, from Far Rockaway to Montauk, with a pledge to provide excellent customer service, best in class electric reliability, and opportunities for energy efficiency and renewable energy. In 2020, PSEG Long Island provided more than $2 million in grants and discounts to help more than 1,000 local businesses and organizations meet the ever-evolving challenges of COVID-19 and continue to thrive. In 2021, PSEG Long Island incorporated numerous enhancements and upgrades to the electric grid, systems and storm processes, including contingency procedures. PSEG Long Island’s systems have undergone upgrades, performance tuning and numerous tests.

In 2022, PSEG Long Island is devoted to helping customers continue to recover from the pandemic while further improving on every aspect of the services it provides. For business customers, PSEG Long Island will continue the Economic Development programs that have helped turn individual businesses into downtown destinations, and will continue to provide grants to local chambers of commerce to make outdoor dining and shopping comfortable in all four seasons. With a brighter future ahead of us all, PSEG Long Island will never stop working to improve the experience for its customers, its communities and the local economy.

Contract Pharmacal Corp. (CPC) is an industry leading CDMO specializing in development and manufacturing of drug products and dietary supplements. CPC is an expert in manufacturing tablets, capsules and powder forms and packaging into bottles, blisters, pouches, and stick-packs. Our commitment to quality is the cornerstone for how we develop every product from start to finish, and that allows us to exceed customer expectations and industry standards. CPC was founded in 1971 by John and Harriet Wolf and the company has remained family-owned and is currently operated by the second generation: Mark and Matt Wolf. Since 1971, CPC has commercialized thousands of products and our reputation as a global leader in contract manufacturing and development has earned us partnerships with some of the biggest pharmaceutical and dietary supplement brands in the world. From Rx to over-the-counter drug development to manufacturing supplements, our partners count on us to deliver quality and effectiveness in every product. CPC is celebrating its 51th anniversary in 2022 and we are looking forward to many more years of success.

Catholic Health is a multidisciplinary, integrated health care delivery system that extends its clinical expertise and pastoral mission to every aspect of health and healing. From welcoming a child into the world, mending a broken heart or bone, offering routine primary care, using the most advanced technologies to diagnose diseases, dispensing compassionate behavioral health care, to ensuring dignity and comfort with end-oflife care, Catholic Health is unsurpassed for its clinical excellence and human touch.

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Catholic Health serves hundreds of thousands of Long Islanders each year with six hospitals, a network of physician practices and multispecialty ambulatory care centers, home care, hospice and other agencies. For more information, visit chsli.org, or to find a provider call (866) MY-LI-DOC.

Ferocious Media is the dedicated digital arm of Connoisseur Media and is comprised of award-winning industry leaders whose track records speak for themselves. Our highly customized digital marketing solutions are built and executed using our experience and today’s cutting edge tools, all while keeping your company’s vision in mind. Our mission is simple: to help businesses of all sizes achieve online success and growth. A Dedication to Success After seeing that most of the big players in the industry were offering low-quality campaigns and a set it and forget it approach to search engine marketing, the

founder of Ferocious saw an opportunity to offer something better. The result was a company that offered high-quality campaigns done the right way. Our industry-leading client retention rate, commitment to quality, and our rapid growth caught the attention of Google and earned us the prestigious Google Premier SMB Partner accreditation, top 3% of digital marketing partners since 2009. Way More Than Just Search Engine Marketing What once started with a love for search

engine marketing, has quickly evolved to a full-service digital agency offering a diverse suite of products to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Working with clients all over the country, we saw the demand for more digital offerings and our team quickly grew to meet these needs. From paid advertising to SEO, we are always at the forefront of the latest marketing trends. Ready For Online Success? With unparalleled customer service, our customized solutions, and sheer love for what we do, we help clients succeed online. Contact us today to learn how you can grow with Ferocious Media.


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DEMO AREA

HIA-LI INFO BOOTH

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Connecting Long Island Business™

HIA-LI Annual Scholarship Awards By helping a student stay on Long Island for college, you directly help improve the Long Island workforce

I

n June every year, several $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to children of employees at HIA-LI

companies who will attend a college or trade school on Long Island. All children of HIA-LI members’ employees are eligible to win. Your company’s donation for this worthwhile investment in Long Island’s future is appreciated. Thank you for your consideration and anticipated generosity.

S u g g e s t ed D on at i on s : Summa Cum Laude: $1,000 (and up) Receive Complimentary Ticket to Scholarship Awards Luncheon Magna Cum Laude: $500-$999 • Cum Laude: $101-$499 • Dean’s List: $100

Name:

E-mail:

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Address: Phone: Donation: $

Fax: Check

Visa

Credit Card #: Cardholder:

MasterCard

AMEX

Exp. Date: Signature:

Please make checks payable to The HIA-LI Scholarship Fund • Mailing Address: HIA-LI, 225 Wireless Blvd., Suite 101, Hauppauge NY 11788. For more information or to request a scholarship application, Call the HIA-LI office at 631-543-5355 or visit www.hia-li.org


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A&Z Pharmaceutical founded in 1995, is a leading developer, manufacturer, packager, and marketer of pharmaceutical products and nutritional supplements.

In 2021, we have expanded our service offering by adding capabilities to manufacture, N95 respirators in one of our facilities in Hauppauge, NY. Our products encircle life, from newborns to active and aging adults, providing exceptional value and educational guidance for the well-being of the entire family.

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azpharmaceutical.com

(631) 952-3802

350 Wireless Blvd Hauppauge, NY 11788

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Today, A&Z Pharmaceutical operates with over 600 employees worldwide and a growing number of dedicated research laboratories and manufacturing facilities to ensure the delivery of next generation products and services to its vast customer base. Dedicated to outstanding core values, A&Z Pharmaceutical is passionate about its mission to Advance Healthier Lives® through Quality, Education, R&D, and the global service programs that allow us to embrace people worldwide.


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We’re Here to Support Your

Financial Dreams

Suffolk Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit serving Long Island for over 55 Years. Our members don’t just bank here; as owners of the credit union, earnings are returned to members through: • • •

Lower Rates on Loans Higher Rates on Savings Reduced Fees

Find out why we were voted Best Credit Union on Long Island!

LEARN MORE & JOIN TODAY

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We offer numerous services to make any event successful! Explore some of our many options below.

Entertainment

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Astoria offers the widest range of audio visual presentation products and services. It’s no wonder that our growing client list contains the “who’s who” of the top industries. Astoria incorporates your visionary ideas with our technical expertise into each and every production, no matter the size.

Contact us today! 631.694.3334

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Astoria will provide you and your guests the most spectacular results, offering cutting edge technology, and the highest quality of service, leading to your ovation.


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Small businesses have a big impact on our towns. When they thrive, so do our local communities. Which is why PSEG Long Island offers Energy Efficiency Programs to help local business owners save on energy costs, along with substantial grants and financial incentives to keep Long Island businesses moving forward.

Find out how we can help your small business grow.

Visit PSEGLINY.com/Business

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small business = big impact


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BUSINESS GROWS HERE.

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Success in today’s global marketplace demands forwardthinking ideas, clear goals and the resources – human and financial - to realize your corporate vision. In Suffolk County, we understand a pro-business outlook, backed by governmental initiatives that support innovation and market growth, are essential to our region’s economic vitality and sustainability. It’s why the pharma, bio-tech, healthcare and small to medium size manufacturing sectors are booming in Suffolk County.

At the Suffolk County IDA, our economic development professionals can be your gateway to the workforce and financial assets that make our region the perfect location to grow and expand your business. We will: • provide access to financial incentives, tax abatements and other financial resources to lower relocation and/or expansion costs • connect you with local and regional resources including workforce training, supply chain vendors and new business channels • expedite all local, regional and state approvals and permitting

Isn’t it time for you to grow your business with Suffolk County? VISIT US AT THE 34TH ANNUAL HIA TRADE SHOW - BOOTH S3 THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2022 • 9:00AM – 3:00PM

Let’s talk about what the Suffolk IDA can do for your business. Call or email us today. 631-853-4802 • INFO@SUFFOLKIDA.ORG

WWW.SUFFOLKIDA.ORG


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Scott Burman

Managing Partner Cameron Engineering & Associates, LLP

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Principal Engel Burman

John D. Cameron, Jr.


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New York’s Premier Bank for Business

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© 2022 DIME Community Bank

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PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR THE BUSINESS COMMUNITY

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We started Project C to inspire positive change across our New York communities. Through our partnerships and collaborations, we believe that we can create a more equitable future for every customer, in every community we serve.

Pillars of Project C At National Grid we’re committed to being a responsible business in everything we do. By launching Project C we have reinvigorated our long and proud history of giving back to our customers and communities. It’s our promise to our customers that we will show up in our communities even stronger than we have in the past. Each Project C initiative and program aims to support at least one of our four key pillars of community building and development.

Clean Energy & Sustainability

Neighborhood Development & Community Engagement

Workforce Development

Environmental Justice & Social Equity

Our Collaborations Through our various programs, Project C can help to build stronger communities and create a more equitable future for all. These are just the beginning of some of the great programs underway through Project C.

Adopt a Park Program Provide funding to support the revitalization of overgrown, underdeveloped, or abandoned parks, as well as other local and regional landmarks in the areas we serve.

Small Business Technical Assistance Grant

Neighborhood Investment Program Provide grants to nonprofits, faith-based organizations, arts & cultural institutions, and recreational centers aimed at community revitalization through energy, education and economic development.

Our Communities. Our Commitment.

BROUGHT TO YOU BY

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Offer funding for regional and local economic development partners to provide direct outreach and technical guidance to small businesses in National Grid’s service area.


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More than just a Food Bank!

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With 8 locations, a fleet of Mobile Pantries, & Specialized Outreach Units, The Long Island Cares Network is

EMERGENCY FOOD • COMMUNITY SUPPORT • SPECIALIZED PROGRAMS

LONG ISLAND CARES, INC. THE HARRY CHAPIN REGIONAL FOOD BANK 10 Davids Drive (Harry Chapin Way) Hauppauge, NY 11788 PH: (631) 582-FOOD (3663)

LONG ISLAND CARES, INC. THE HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK ESSENTIAL MARKET 386 N. Wantagh Ave. Bethpage, NY 11714 PH: (516) 753-9880

HUNGER ASSISTANCE & HUMANITARIAN CENTER OF THE HAMPTONS 286 W. Montauk Highway Hampton Bays, NY 11946 PH: (631) 613-3344

LONG ISLAND CARES ANNEX BAXTER’S PET PANTRY 161 North Wellwood Ave. Lindenhurst, NY 11757 PH: (631) 991-8106

CENTER FOR COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT 75 Davids Drive Hauppauge, NY 11788 PH: (631) 582-FOOD (3663)

NASSAU CENTER FOR COLLABORATIVE ASSISTANCE 21 E. Sunrise Hwy. Freeport, NY 11520 PH: (516) 442-5221

HARRY CHAPIN FOOD BANK AND HUMANITARIAN CENTER 220 Broadway Huntington Station, NY 11746 PH: (631) 824-6384

SOUTH SHORE SERVICE CENTER 163-1 North Wellwood Ave. Lindenhurst, NY 11757 PH: (631) 991-8106

Dave Cassaro President

Paule Pachter Sandy Chapin Chairperson CEO

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For Help • To Volunteer • To Donate www.licares.org | 631.582.FOOD (3663)


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EDUCATION

EMERGENCY SERVICES

ENERGY

INSURANCE

MUNICIPAL

PUBLIC AGENCY

REAL ESTATE

WATER

WASTEWATER

BUILDING COMMUNITIES SINCE 1933

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H2M is an award-winning multi-disciplinary professional consulting firm with over 480 employees providing design services for the Education, Emergency Services, Energy, Insurance, Municipal, Public Agency, Real Estate, and Water/Wastewater Markets in the Northeast Region.

631.756.8000

h2m.com

New York - Albany | Melville | New York City | Riverhead | Suffern | Westchester New Jersey - Central Jersey | Parsippany

Connecticut - Windsor

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LONG ISLAND'S LEADING TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS PROVIDER

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Providing technology that works for you.

(800) 598-8989

info@customtech.com www.customtech.com


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We take the guess work out of the equation so that our clients have more time and resources to focus on what counts.

Citrin Cooperman is one of the nation's largest professional services firms, providing assurance, tax, and business advisory services to businesses throughout Long Island and beyond.

clients’ business needs. The two firms operate as separate legal entities in an alternative practice structure. Citrin Cooperman is an independent member of Moore North America, which is itself a regional member of Moore Global Network Limited (MGNL).

225 Broadhollow Road, Suite 401 Melville, NY 11747 (631) 930-5000

citrincooperman.com

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“Citrin Cooperman” is the brand under which Citrin Cooperman & Company, LLP, a licensed independent CPA firm, and Citrin Cooperman Advisors LLC serve


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Dumpsters for any size job Long Island’s most popular and efficient waste removal company offers the right dumpster to fit your spring cleaning or renovation needs.

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We’re Catholic Health.

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We’re committed to providing compassionate care across Long Island.

Whatever your health need, you can count on our highly‑awarded, compassionate network of care. 6 Acute Care Hospitals

(More than 1,900 Certified Hospital Beds)

• St. Francis Hospital & Heart Center®, Roslyn

• St. Catherine of Siena Hospital, Smithtown

• Mercy Hospital, Rockville Centre

• St. Joseph Hospital, Bethpage

• St. Charles Hospital, Port Jefferson

• Good Samaritan Hospital, West Islip

3 Nursing Facilities

4 Cancer Institute Locations

13 Outpatient Rehabilitation Locations

Good Shepherd Hospice

Home Health Service

12 Multispecialty Ambulatory Care Locations

To find a provider call (866) MY‑LI‑DOC, or visit chsli.org

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2,300+ Catholic Health Physician Partners


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Reliability. Efficiency. Security. Support.

> Data Backup

> Cloud Migration

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>Digital Transformation

With managed IT services by Sourcepass, you get scalable, proactive monitoring and maintenance of your IT infrastructure, as well as 24/7 help desk support, testing and reporting, automated patch updates and more.

Security& Support 81 Larkfield Road East Northport, NY 11731

SOURCEPASS.COM | 877.678.8080 | MakeITWork@Sourcepass.com


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We Make a Bottom Line Difference for Hundreds of Long Island Business Owners.

ASK US HOW

Visit Us At Booth #102 to Learn More Bob Doyle— bob@tabli.com Todd Ringler—toddr@tabny.com

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FEELING

At Fountaingate Gardens, Long Island’s newest Life Plan Community for independent adults 62 and over, your private apartment home includes elegant finishes and the beautiful community featuring many wellness-focused amenities and activities, so there’s always something to do… without anything to worry about! Sponsored by the Gurwin Healthcare System, so superior care and financial security are yours for life. Now, that’s a great feeling!


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Just Dial

844-99-Dial-X | voipxpbx.com

VoIPX Business Phone Service

HIA-LI Communicates with VoIPX Phones

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For the best phones & service

VoIPX can help you and your employees work efficiently in both the office and remote environments. We now offer WiFi office phones, Mobile Phone Apps, PC Apps, and Mac Apps. All of these devices can be used seamlessly as part of the office phone system. Clients will have no idea that employees are out of the office. Now that’s efficiency! VoIPX International is a 100% U.S. based company established in 2009 and headquartered in Long Island, New York. VoIPX is a leading provider of CloudBased Communication Solutions in the states and around the globe. We are dedicated to businesses that are focused on cost savings and time management when it comes to their telecom needs. If you ever need support after normal working hours, we are here to support you!

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Communicate Your Way, Anywhere, with the VoIPX Cloud!

 Desk Phone  Mobile Phone App  PC App  Mac App

VoIPX International, Inc. | 3 Seabro Avenue | Suite B | Amityville, NY 11701 Phone: 844-99-Dial-X | Email: Sales@voipxint.com | www.voipxpbx.com

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631.285.1527 www.maketechwork.com

WWW.MERCHANDSWAG.COM info@maketechwork.com

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Join Our Team! We are more than a global powerhouse of industrial innovation. We are a home for those looking for a career with a purpose.

Check out our job listings and welcome to Oerlikon! See if your interests match our offerings: Project Engineer. Production Supervisor. Machinist. Assembler...And more! Ask us about a chance to visit our state of the art manufacturing facility on Long Island to discover Oerlikon today. Network and meet with Oerlikon staff, including our management team. Come see for yourself. It’s worth a visit! Booth# 119 JoinOerlikon@oerlikon.com

As Long Island’s Premier Hosted VoIP Provider, CCi Voice is Proud to Sponsor this year’s HIA-LI Trade Show & Conference Visit Us At CCiVoice.com

Phone: 203-938-8400

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Now CCi Voice, New and Improved


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The workplace has transformed. Make sure your HR has too. Staying competitive in these times means taking care of your people. TriNet full-service HR solutions give you the technology, expert guidance and quality support to stay ahead of the curve, so you can get back to business.

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Marriott Marquis, NYC

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ADVANCED ENERGY CONFERENCE


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WHO WE ARE Intelligent CloudCare, a division of IPS, is a full IT and Cyber Security Services provider located just outside of NYC. Our mission is to support, protect, secure, and educate small to mid-sized companies around the globe. Our world-class service offerings: IT and Cyber Security services through a low-cost monthly offering that scales with your business Vulnerability Assessment and Penetration Testing combining Defensive and Offensive cyber strategies Shore up your organization’s weakest security points by training your staff through CloudCare University CloudCare is a licensed CIS SecureSuite Member with the Center for Internet Security. We use the CIS Critical Security Controls as the governance for all our policies and practices.

Intelligent CloudCare 700 Veterans Memorial Hwy Hauppauge, NY 11788 intelligentcloudcare.com info@intelligentcloudcare.com

YOU CAN TRUST CLOUDCARE The CloudCare Team is comprised of outstanding professionals who are friendly, knowledgeable and ready to secure, update and manage your infrastructure. With CloudCare on your side, you’re in good hands.

SPECIAL OFFER

Contact us today for a free assessment of your infrastructure and security posture.

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WE CAN HELP. Video Production • TV & Radio Commercials • Original Music & Jingles

solutions@media-mechanix.com

516.817.8959

New to Media Mechanix? Visit the website for special offers.


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Transformation Starts Here. At Dale Carnegie, we help people from all walks of life become fearless. Whether they’re starting out or stepping up, we sharpen their inner voice so they can use it with confidence to get the most out of their life and their work. Our programs show people how to communicate in a way that draws others in so they can form closer, more rewarding relationships in their personal and professional lives. As they gain greater influence with the people around them, they’ll come face to face with more opportunities to make meaningful contributions in the places that matter most.

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Engineering and Manufacturing on Long Island since 1950

Creating precision gears, superior mechanical components and customized power transmission and motion control solutions for aerospace, medical, defense, robotics, and automation industries.

Explore Your Future at HIA-LI’s Annual trade show Visit Booth #117

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Tour our facility HERE

2021 2019 2018 250 Duffy Ave., Hicksville, NY 11801 · 516-328-3300 • https://www.sdp-si.com


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For All Your Business Marketing Needs

Cross-Platform Programs for Every Need and Budget The Long Island market is rich in buyers who love to support local businesses. Make sure they find your brand or business with turnkey solutions from Newsday. • Photography Studio

• Reach Extension Programs

• Live and Virtual Event Marketing

• Branded Content

• Special Sections

• Branded Video

• Print and Digital Sponsorships

• Multimedia Audience Space

• Print Solutions

• Podcast Booth

• OTT/CTV

For more information on Newsday’s marketing solutions, contact your Newsday Multimedia Representative, call 631-843-2500 or email Advertising@Newsday.com

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• Digital Marketing Services


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ONE OF THE NATION’S LARGEST BRAIN & SPINE SURGERY GROUPS IS BASED RIGHT HERE ON LONG ISLAND. Nassau Neurosurgeons Michael H. Brisman, M.D. Trigeminal Neuralgia Brain Tumors

Suffolk Neurosurgeons William J. Sonstein, M.D. Spine Surgery

Ramin Rak, M.D. Spine Surgery Brain Tumors

Alan Mechanic, M.D.

Jeffrey A. Brown, M.D.

Artem Y. Vaynman, M.D.

Neuropathic Facial Pain

Spine Surgery

General Neurosurgery Spine Surgery

Stephen T. Onesti, M.D.

Donald S. Krieff, D.O.

Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

Sachin N. Shah, M.D.

Zachariah M. George, M.D.

Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

Vladimir Y. Dadashev, M.D.

Alexandros D. Zouzias, M.D.

Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

Benjamin R. Cohen, M.D.

Daniel M. Birk, M.D.

Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

Xavier P.J. Gaudin, D.O.

Raymond Baule, M.D.

Spine Surgery

Spine Surgery

Jonathan L. Brisman, M.D. Neurovascular Neurosurgery Endovascular Neurosurgery Brain Tumors

Brian J. Snyder, M.D. Parkinson’s Surgery Epilepsy Surgery Pain Surgery

John A. Grant, M.D. Pediatric Neurosurgery Neurovascular Neurosurgery Brain Tumors

Paolo A. Bolognese, M.D. Chiari I Malformation Syringomyelia

Robert N. Holtzman, M.D. General Neurosurgery Spine Surgery

Neuropsychology

Yusef Imani, M.D. Spine Surgery

Gad Klein, Ph.D.

John Pile-Spellman, M.D.

Neuropsychology

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Neuroendovascular Surgery

Neuroendovascular Surgery

Neuro-Oncology

Sundeep Mangla, M.D. Neuroendovascular Surgery

Jai Grewal, M.D. Neuro-Oncology

(844) NSPC-DOC | nspc.com Scan here to request a consultation

In-Network with The Empire Plan (NYSHIP)

Jae Choi, M.D. Cerebrovascular Neurology

Offices: Rockville Centre | Lake Success | Bethpage | Commack | West Islip | Port Jefferson Station | Riverhead


*ALL DATES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE FOR SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES, CONTACT ANTHONY FORGIONE AT aforgione@hia-li.org

2022 MAJOR EVENTS Honoring distinguished Long Island executives & business leaders [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [ [

] January 14 ] March 2 ] March 25 ] April 29 ] June 16 ] July 18 ] September 22 ] October 28 ] November 18 ] December 8

HIA-LI 44th Annual Meeting & Legislative Program HIA-LI Tourism and Long Island MacArthur Airport HIA-LI 28th Annual LI Economic Summit HIA-LI Long Island Innovation Park Hauppauge and Tradable Sectors: Current & Future Growth HIA-LI Scholarship Program and Job Fair HIA-LI's 43rd Annual Golf Outing HIA-LI 28th Annual Business Achievement Awards Gala HIA-LI 14th Annual Energy & Environmental Update HIA-LI 12th Annual Women's Leadership Executive Program HIA-LI Those Who Make a Difference Celebration

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HIA-LI 2022 PROGRAMMING AT A GLANCE

LEADERSHIP EXECUTIVE PROGRAMMING [ ] February 8 [ ] April 7 [ ] October 6 [ ] December 1

Executive Insight - Clare Cusack, President & CEO of New York Bankers Association Executive Insight - Pat Dolan, Owner & President of Newsday Media CEO Forum CEO Forum

34th ANNUAL BUSINESS TRADE SHOW & CONFERENCE

Long Island's largest B2B Trade Show - make connections & close deals at one conference! [ ] May 11 [ ] May 26 [ ] May 26

HIA-LI Pre-Trade Show Networking Event HIA-LI 34th Annual Business Trade Show & Conference HIA-LI 34th Annual Business Trade Show: Executive Breakfast

NEW & PROSPECTIVE MEMBER INFORMATION MEETINGS Get to know HIA-LI! Learn about our organization, get involved & meet other HIA-LI members! [ ] April 8 [ ]February 11 [ ] August 26 [ ] October 21 MEMBER APPRECIATION NETWORKING

Complimentary networking and trivia with the HIA-LI business community and highlight of new HIA-LI Members the third Friday of the month. Dates TBD.

Programming designed to help Long Island small businesses thrive in a competitive economy.

[ ] April [ ] November

Small Business Task Force: Spring Open Forum Small Business Task Force: Fall Open Forum

SPECIAL NETWORKING EVENTS Connect with the business community at unique Long Island venues [ ] August 11

Networking Boat Cruse

225 WIRELESS BOULEVARD, SUITE 101, HAUPPAUGE, NY 117881 (631) 543-53551 WWW.HIA-LI.ORG

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SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT


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2022: Editorial Calendar January 2022: 2022 Long Island Forecast Industry List: Financial Services & Insurance Companies Ad Deadline: Friday, Jan. 14th

February 2022: The Economic Forecast for Long Island Business Industry List: Accounting, Banks & credit Unions Ad Deadline: Friday, Feb. 11th

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March 2022: Long Island Tradeable Sectors Industry Industry List: Manufacturing & Distribution Ad Deadline: Friday, March 18th

April 2022: Doing Business In The Long Island Innovation Park Industry List: Manufacturing & Distribution Ad Deadline: Friday, April 15th May 2022: Doing Business At The Largest B2B Trade Show Industry List: Law/Legal Services & Consulting Services Ad Deadline: Friday, May 13th

June & July 2022: What to do on Long Island Industry List: Educational, Institutions, Staffing, Workforce Development, Event Planning, Hospitality, Restaurants Ad Deadline: Friday, July 15th August 2022: Innovative Trends in Technology Industry List: Info Services & IT Services Ad Deadline: Friday, August 12th September 2022: Honoring Long Island Business Excellence Industry List: Not-for-Profit, Health & Wellness Ad Deadline: Friday, Sept. 16th October 2022: The Future of Energy Industry List: Energy, Environmental & Engineering Ad Deadline: Friday, October 14th November / December 2022: Women Leadership on LI Industry List: Advertising Agencies, Marketing & PR Firms Ad Deadline: Friday, Dec. 16th


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EVENT RECAPS

The HIA-LI was fortunate to host its Executive Insight Fireside Chat with Newsday’s President and Owner, Patrick Dolan, and Publisher Debby Krenek on April 7th. Newsday News Anchor Faith Jessie moderated the discussion which focused on the vision for the future of Newsday and the region. Attendees were invited to tour Newsday’s brand-new corporate headquarters, including their state-of-the-art broadcasting studio. Thank you to our sponsors- Ruskin, Moscou, Faltischek, PC and Fogo de Chao of Huntington.

On March 25th, the HIA-LI held their 28th Annual Long Island Economic Summit Event. Robert Quarte of PKF O’Connor Davies & HIA-LI Board Member led the discussion between panelists, Dr. Edward Bonahue, President of Suffolk County Community College & HIA-LI Board Member, Rich Humann, President & CEO of H2M architects + engineers & HIA-LI Board Chairman, Kevin O’Connor, CEO of Dime Community Bank & HIA-LI Board Member, Dr. Patrick O’Shaughnessy, President & CEO of Catholic Health and Don Levy, Director Siena College Research Institute. They analyzed and provided feedback from their respective industries about the results of the PKF O’Connor Davies 2022 Economic Survey & Opinion Poll, which showed an increased rating in Long Island’s economic confidence.

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Thank you so much to those that joined us on Friday, April 29th, for the LIIPH Event “Transformation from the Industrial Park to an Innovation Park”. Our panel, which included Town of Islip Supervisor Angie Carpenter, Town of Smithtown Supervisor Ed Wehrheim, Deputy Executive Director of the Suffolk County IDA Kelly Murphy, President & CEO of Custom Computer Specialists Greg Galdi and COO of Contract Pharmacal Corp. Jeff Reingold, was moderated by Joe Campolo, Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP. Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone also joined us to make opening remarks. The timeline of the Park’s progression was discussed as well as the future growth and expectations for the LIIPH and the region.


HIA-LI'S

43RD ANNUAL

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner Reception | Contests throughout the day & raffles!

GET OUT AND GOLF IN THE FRESH AIR!

JOE CAMBERATO

CEO & FOUNDER NATIONAL BUSINESS CAPITAL

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$550 PER GOLFER

$1200 PER FOURSOME

JOHN M. COMACK

OWNER JGM CONSTRUCTION DEVELOPMENT GREEN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

$250 RECEPTION (BEGINS AT 5:30PM)

Pre-payment & registration required - We are going paperless. Credit cards are preferred.

TO REGISTER, VISIT WWW.HIA-LI.ORG OR CALL (631) 543-5355 OTHER SPONSORS-TO-DATE

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WELCOME APRIL NEW MEMBERS

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VERTULLO IMPORTS MELISSA SILVA HAUPPAUGE 516 222 6220 EXT. 145 MSILVA@SEVIROLI.COM

OAK TREE LEADERSHIP CONSULTING THOMAS MCDONALD SAINT JAMES 5169962140 OAKTREELEADERSHIP@GMAIL. COM

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Through a unique partnership with the Miller Business Center, HIA-LI members receive access to extensive and specialized business resources as well as personalized business research and reference assistance. For more information, please contact Anthony Forgione at aforgione@hia-li.org.

PAY HEALTH FORWARD TIFFANY THOMAS 631 889 3651 TIFFANY@PAYHEALTHFORWARD. COM


MAY’S INDUSTRY LIST: LAW & LEGAL SERVICES

INDUSTRY LISTS LAW/LEGAL SERVICES

LAW/LEGAL SERVICES BROWN ALTMAN & DILEO, LLP Keith Brown | Attorney | (516) 222-0222 daltman@brownaltman.com

CAMPOLO, MIDDLETON & MCCORMICK, LLP Joe Campolo | Managing Partner | 631) 738-9100 JCampolo@cmmllp.com

RUSKIN MOSCOU FALTISCHEK, P.C. Kristen Edelman | Of Counsel | (516) 663-6533 agarbarino@rmfpc.com

SCHWARTZ ETTENGER, PLLC Jeffrey Ettenger | Partner jse@selawny.com

WAN LAW GROUP PLLC

Timothy Wan | Chief Executive Officer | (631) 853-0911 tim@WanLawGroup.com

CARTER, DELUCA AND FARRELL, LLP

George Likourezos | Senior Partner | 631-501-5700 glikourezos@carterdeluca.com

CERTILMAN BALIN ADLER HYMAN, LLP

Debra Scala-Giokas | Director of Marketing | (631) 979-3000 dscala@certilmanbalin.com

CONA ELDER LAW

Melissa Negrin-Weiner | Partner | (631) 390-5000 mnegrin@conalaw.com

FARRELL FRITZ, P.C.

Lee Peretz | Partner | (631) 367-0710 ckent@farrellfritz.com

FORCHELLI DEEGAN TERRANA LLP

Kathleen Deegan Dickson | Partner | (516) 248-1700 ENasis@ForchelliLaw.com

JACKSON LEWIS P.C.

Jeffrey M. Schlossberg | 631-247-0404 jeffrey.schlossberg@jacksonlewis.com

LAMB & BARNOSKY, LLP

Alyson Mathews | Attorney | 631-414-5825 am@lambbarnosky.com

LEWIS JOHS AVALLONE AVILES, LLP

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Robert Doyle | Partner | (631) 755-0101 rwdoyle@lewisjohs.com

LITTLER MENDELSON, P.C.

John T. Bauer | Office Managing Shareholder | 631-293-4525 JBauer@littler.com

MELTZER, LIPPE, GOLDSTEIN & BREITSTONE, LLP Ira Halperin | Counselor at Law- Equity Partner | (516) 747-0300 ihalperin@meltzerlippe.com

PORCO IP – LAW OFFICE OF MICHAEL J. PORCO Michael Porco | Founder | (516) 628-0312 mporco@porcopatent.com

ADVERTISE YOUR INDUSTRY!

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The future depends on what you do today.

Mahatma Gandhi

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COMMITTEE CORNER

On April 19th, the HIA-LI’s H.Y.P.E. Committee met at Simplay in Hauppauge for some simulation golf, great food and drinks, and even better networking and socializing. Please contact the HiA-LI to learn more about the committees available to join as well as other ways for you to get involved.


HEARD AROUND THE ISLAND APPOINTMENTS, PROMOTIONS, HONORS & OTHER HAPPENINGS

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Diagnostic, Assessment, and Stabilization Hub (DASH) is a community-based crisis care facility for children (over 5 years old), teens, adults, and families. The program is available Schroder & Strom is pleased to Suffolk residents who struggle with severe to announce that Jeremy May mental health issues and/or addiction has joined the firm as an disorders. DASH services include Mobile Associate Attorney and Crisis Teams which provide outreach and may believe his previous work be dispatched to any location in Suffolk e x p e r i e n c e w i l l b e a County. The DASH 24-hour hotline is 631tremendous enhancement to 952-3333. The Resident Artist Membership is an our team. Jeremy earned his Juris Doctorate opportunity for 4 Long Island based visual and from Hofstra Law School, following his As a direct result of the rise in suicides interdisciplinary artists to develop their craft at undergraduate degree in History at Long impacting Suffolk County, FSL had the Art League of Long Island. Become a Island University at CW Post Campus. implemented the prevention program Safe leader in a creative community that has Jeremy was admitted to the New York Bar in TALK (Tell Ask Listen Keep safe), in thrived for over 65 years! 2013 and worked extensively with the Nassau coordination with the NYS Office of Mental Utilize the Art League’s state-of-the-art studios County Attorney’s Office immediately following Health. Knowing the risk factors for suicide and extensive offerings of classes to expand graduation. and who is at risk can help reduce the suicide your skill set. This is a great opportunity for rate. Safe TALK is three-hour training offered those artists who are interested in finding to teens (15+) through seniors. It focuses on mentorship, learning a new medium, and strategies to help people openly discuss developing the skills and confidence to teach. suicide, suicidal thoughts and actions, and the The Artist Residency Membership will importance of asking for help. For more culminate in the opportunity to teach a One information contact Robyn Berger-Gaston, Day Workshop that is open to the general LCSW-R, Division Director at rberger- public alongside Art League students and members. gaston@fsl-li.org.

“The availability of services and immediate support make a critical difference in the lives of Long Islanders suffering with the many challenges associated with severe mental health issues. Through educational programs, building community awareness, and counseling, Family Service League is able to offer tangible assistance to those in crisis.” Karen Boorshtein, President and CEO of FSL For information, please contact Family Service League restorehope@fsl-li.org or 631-427-3700

APPLICATIONS: The prospectus is posted online at www. artleagueli.org/resident-artist-membership Applications may only be submitted online through Smarter Entry at www.smarterentry. com/CallsForEntry/ALLI The Art League of Long Island is a not-forprofit visual arts organization providing a full schedule of classes, workshops, exhibits, and events for Long Islanders since 1955. The Art League of Long Island is located at 107 East Deer Park Road in Dix Hills, just off exit 42N of the Northern State Parkway. For more information visit www.artleagueli.org or call (631) 462-5400.

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“Unfortunately, many people go undiagnosed or don’t seek treatment when they are experiencing depression or symptoms of a mental health crisis. Mental illness knows no barriers - it affects people of all ages, races, and income levels. We are grateful that more public figures and their families are speaking up and working to reduce the stigma by bringing attention to the need for a more open dialogue about this disease. FSL is encouraging more people to learn what to look for and how to access resources to fight this debilitating illness,” said Karen Boorshtein, President and CEO of FSL. FSL programs help individuals, and their loved ones, recognize that everyday life experiences such as family changes, illness, hopelessness, violence, loss, or depression all may have a role in mental health and even suicidal behavior. FSL’s life-saving prevention education programs provide guidelines for how to help someone with a mental health crisis and those thinking of suicide. Overcoming, coping, and managing mental health issues have life-long ramifications for the individual, their loved ones, and friends. These are a few of FSL’s services designed to help individuals through life’s most critical

Post-vention program, Joe’s Project, provides immediate support to those surviving a loss by suicide. Joe’s Project is a specialty service within the agency Community Crisis Action Team (C-CAT). The staff is comprised of master’s level mental health workers with additional training from the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation. Postventions are with individuals, families, and groups impacted by suicide, often within days of the occurrence. Joe’s Project staff assists in the complicated grief that frequently accompanies suicide. If anyone has been impacted by suicide and is seeking help the Joe’s Program 24/7 hotline number is 1-888 FSL-CCAT (1-888-375-2228).


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*Annual percentage rate is the lowest rate offered to applicants with direct deposit of net pay and a checking account. Qualified applicants who are not approved at this rate may be offered credit at a higher rate. All loan requests and rates are subject to credit approval. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.

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