Nicole Marmanillo is a part of the firm's Litigation team. Her practice focuses on complex insurance defense litigation, including transportation law, bus company liability, trucking law, motor vehicle negligence, labor law and premises liability.
Nicole completed her undergraduate degree with a double major in Political Science and German. She was one of fifteen students nationwide to be awarded a fellowship by the Bosch Foundation to teach English at the Technical University of Dresden in Germany. Following her one year fellowship abroad, Nicole attended law school at Touro Law Center and graduated cum laude, with honors in legal writing and oral argument. While pursuing her Juris Doctor Degree, Nicole was also the secretary for the Student Bar Association and a Teacher's Assistant for Criminal Law.
Prior to joining Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, Nicole worked for Travelers Insurance Company and gained valuable insurance defense experience. She also practiced employment discrimination at one of Long Island's most prominent firms and worked for a private insurance defense firm, where she represented individuals as well as large institutional clients in personal injury matters.
Rutgers University, B.A.
Jacob D. Fuchsberg Touro Law Center, J.D.
2012 - Who's Who in Professional Women (Long Island Business News)
Member of the New York State Bar Association
Member of the Suffolk County Bar Association
Represents construction & scaffolding companies in complex, high-exposure labor law actions.
Defended country's largest "big box" retailer in hundreds of personal injury actions, resulting in decreased exposure.
Nicole can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.