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More and more, banks and other financial services institutions are offering a broad range of financial services products under one roof. These institutions rely on attorneys who understand these different services and are able to see the big picture in an increasingly complex regulatory and financial landscape. Verrill's experienced attorneys provide a single integrated legal resource for financial services clients. 

Verrill is one of New England's preeminent regional law firms. With offices in Portland and Augusta, ME; Boston, MA; Westport, CT; Providence, RI and Washington D.C., Verrill provides sophisticated legal representation to businesses and individuals in the traditional areas of litigation, real estate, business law, labor and employment law, employee benefits, environmental law, intellectual property and estate planning.  The firm also has industry-focused specialties including higher education, health care and health technology, energy, and timberlands. 

Disclaimer:  The content presented in this blog is for general information only, is not intended to constitute legal advice and cannot be relied upon by any person as legal advice. While we welcome you to contact our blog authors, the submission of a comment or question does not create an attorney-client relationship between the Firm and you.  

Our Attorneys


Welcome to Verrill's banking blog.  Our attorneys uses this space to post timely updates and commentary on developments in law affecting banks and financial institutions.  We intend this blog to serve as a resource for financial institutions and others interested in the industry.   

This blog is edited by James Cohen, with contributed content from across the firm. 

Verrill's experienced attorneys provide a single integrated legal resource for our clients.  We regularly advise banks and financial institutions on a wide range of transactional and operational issues, including:

  • Securities Law
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Bank Security and Privacy
  • Negotiable Instruments
  • Trust and Estates Issues
  • Independent Investigations
  • Establishment of new financial products
  • Formation or modification of charters or licenses to do business
  • Mortgage, Retail Lending and Deposit Agreements
  • Consumer Lending
  • Electronic and Internet Banking
  • Municipal Finance and Collateralization

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