Anthony C. Acampora, Esq.
Anthony C. Acampora, Partner-In-Charge Chairman, Business Law
Anthony provides sound and consistent advice to clients in both the boardroom and in the courtroom. Anthony typically represents entrepreneurs, family businesses and privately-owned companies. Deeply committed to the Long Island manufacturing, aerospace, and defense communities, Anthony is General Counsel to, and a member of the Board of Directors of, the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island, an organization dedicated to the advancement of Long Island’s proud manufacturing tradition. Not surprisingly, Anthony is also a member of the Advisory Board of the Cradle of Aviation Museum.
The businesses and the charities that Anthony supports rely on Anthony’s guidance on mergers, acquisitions, and sales, board advisory and corporate governance issues, risk management, business succession planning, joint ventures, executive compensation, strategic relationships, licensing, business restructuring and recovery, and almost every other aspect of a business client’s needs.
During the last 34 years, his practice has steadily expanded to include a wide variety of businesses and business owners across every market sector. Anthony has represented and advised business clients in virtually every type of commercial transaction and dispute. He has enabled clients to realize results that other attorneys have deemed to be unattainable.
Anthony is not simply the attorney to whom clients turn when they need representation – he is their primary resource when making critical business and personal decisions.
Anthony is on the Board of Directors for both the Manufacturing Consortium of Long Island and the Cradle of Aviation. He is Co-Chair of the America Red Cross, Long Island Chapter. Anthony is also the Vice President of the Acampora Concussion Awareness Foundation.
Previously, Anthony served on the Board of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Long Island Chapter where he was Chair of the Governance Committee. During the 2014 U.S. Open, Anthony received the City Parks Foundation’s Vitas Geruliatis Community Service Award from tennis legend, Billie Jean King.