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Pro Bono Services Provided to Connecticut Nonprofit

Jennifer Kleiner and Cheryl Johnson provided pro bono services to Homes with Hope to handle a transaction between the organization and Project Return, which both have a common mission of providing a wide range of supportive services for adolescents and young women in crisis, including those that are homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless. For many years, Project Return served the needs of these young women under the care of Connecticut's Department of Children & Families through various programs. Due to changes in Connecticut child welfare policies, punctuated by the elimination of funding for long-standing programs, Project Return shifted its focus from serving the needs of adolescent girls and young women in crisis to providing supportive living programs for young women between the ages of 18 and 24 years old. This transaction involved the contribution of Project Return's assets to Homes with Hope so that the programs can continue through Homes with Hope.

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Allagash becomes Maine’s First Benefit Corporation

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Eugene Ho Named “Go To Business Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly List

(February 8, 2021) – Verrill attorney Eugene Ho was honored as a “Go To Business Lawyer” by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly . The inaugural list, which is part of the publication’s new “Massachusetts Go To...

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PPP Forgiveness Planning Scenarios

How to use this article: You already know that the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) is highly complex, with intertwining conditions, exceptions, and definitions that defy simple explanation. This article assumes that you are pretty...

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Banking: Establishment of Non-Depository Trust for National Company

Verrill served as special counsel to a national firm in the chartering and licensing of a Maine non-depository trust company as the client’s wholly-owned subsidiary. Non-depository trust companies are highly regulated, and the matter...

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Verrill Welcomes Tom Wilkeson to Firm’s Business Law Group

(December 14, 2020) – Verrill is pleased to welcome attorney Tom Wilkeson to the firm as a member of the Business Law Group, resident in the firm’s Westport, Connecticut office. At Verrill, Wilkeson works...

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The New PPP Math: 24 + 60 = > Forgiveness + > Paperwork

On June 5, the President signed into law the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act. This is the second amendment to the Program, the first being on April 24, to increase funding levels to $659...

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60% Is Not a Cliff, Indeed

On June 11, the Small Business Administration (SBA) and the Treasury Department published important guidance that the revised 60% condition under the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act will be applied proportionately, and not as...

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Verrill Welcomes Attorney Nicholas Anania

(January 18, 2021) – Verrill is pleased to welcome attorney Nicholas Anania to the firm’s Portland, Maine office. Anania focuses his practice on a broad range of transactions and corporate work, including mergers and...

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Banking: Helping Non-Depository Trust Companies Do Business in Other States

Verrill has helped to form more non-depository trust companies in Maine than any other law firm. We have also helped our trust clients when they look to expand their business into other states. In...

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New Reporting and Penalties for Small Business Owners

In the United States of America, what do a small restaurant owner, a real estate developer who wants to keep properties separate, a mom-and-pop store with fewer than 20 employees and a drug cartel...

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