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Same Values, New Look: Verrill Dana Announces New Brand and Website

August 20, 2019 Press Releases

(August 20, 2019) – Verrill Dana, LLP is pleased to announce the launch of the firm’s new website, verrill-law.com, in tandem with a rebrand which includes a new logo. The firm will now go by Verrill.

“With more than 150 years of history, it’s important to evolve,” explained Verrill Managing Partner, K.C. Jones. “While our core values and award-winning client service will remain the same, this new look and website better reflect our firm today and the growth we have experienced over the years.”

Every inch of the website has been redesigned and refreshed. In addition to improved navigation and updated content, the home page better showcases the firm’s national reach and valued client relationships. Infographics can be found throughout the website for easier access to statistical content.

“The new website is much easier for clients and prospective employees alike to navigate and find the resources they are looking for, whether it is attorney contact information, job openings, or one of our many blogs and podcasts,” said Verrill Marketing Director, Gretchen Johnson.

The firm has grown tremendously over the past decade, both in numbers and in the practice areas and industries it serves. Today, Verrill has more than 130 attorneys and seven offices in five states and the District of Columbia, serving clients around the world in a multitude of industries.

“There are some aspects of familiarity with our new look, such as the gold color that we carried through in our refresh,” added Johnson. “The combination of our traditional and more modern elements mirrors the changing demographics of our firm and practices.”

Explore the new look at verrill-law.com.

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