Dianne M. Camelo (Didio) is an experienced attorney and a Partner at Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C.
Dianne is a member of the Firm’s Corporate and Securities Department and Not-For-Profit Practice Group. Dianne was a member of Levy, Stopol & Camelo, LLP. Her practice primarily involves her long time role as outside General Counsel to WellLife Network Inc., a not-for-profit corporation and a leading provider of various residential, clinical, day habilitation and other services to the developmentally disabled, psychiatrically disabled and substance users in New York City, Nassau and Suffolk. Dianne also serves as Associate General Counsel, to Voxx International Corporation, a NASDAQ listed company with offices in Hauppauge, New York Dianne and as Associate General Counsel to one of the largest private food importing businesses in the United States with annual sales in excess of $1 billion. In these roles, Dianne has worked on many real estate acquisitions and financings, labor and employment matters, contract negotiations, intellectual property matters, healthcare compliance, and litigation matters. In addition, she has worked on Voxx’s securities filings, labor and employment matters and other company matters. She also represents many other businesses in a variety of general corporate matters including the formation, dissolution and merger of entities, employment matters, financing, and the acquisition and sale of businesses.
Dianne has served as Mayor of her hometown of Oradell, New Jersey for 12 years, and currently serves as President of the Bergen County League of Municipalities, an organization of 70 mayors from Bergen County who work together to advance and advocate the interests of the municipalities at the county, state and federal level. She also serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Bergen County Municipal Joint Insurance Fund.
Dianne earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, at Colgate University, and her law degree at Fordham University School of Law. Dianne is admitted to practice law in the states of New York and New Jersey.