Longtime Verrill partner takes helm as law firm's managing partner
On June 27, MaineBiz covered the recent announcement that Verrill had elected longtime partner Scott D. Anderson to succeed Keith C. (K.C.) Jones as its new managing partner in an article, "Longtime Verrill partner takes helm as law firm's managing partner."
Keith C. (K.C.) Jones announced he would be stepping down as managing partner after 13 years in the role, citing Verrill's financial and strategic strength.
Anderson was a member of the team that worked on Verrill’s five-year strategic plan, which launched in 2020, making him uniquely qualified to oversee the plan’s implementation. Over nearly two decades at the firm, Anderson has held a variety of leadership positions, including six years on the firm’s Executive Board, and a period on the Compensation Committee. He also held positions on the Marketing and Business Development Committee, and the Associate Development Committee. Most recently, Anderson served as the firm’s Practice Group Coordinator.
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