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Verrill Dana Welcomes Corporate Attorney Frank Eucalitto

March 21, 2019 Press Releases

(March 21, 2019) – Verrill Dana is pleased to welcome corporate attorney Frank Eucalitto to the firm's Westport office. Leveraging his experience working closely with businesses and investors as outside general counsel, Eucalitto advises portfolio and operating companies, investment funds, and startups in a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, private equity, and venture capital.

Previously, Eucalitto practiced in New York City where he counseled high growth technology companies in all stages of maturity from formation to exit, as well as angel investors and venture capital funds in early to mid-stage financing. In addition to helping clients navigate their day-to-day legal and business matters, Frank has extensive experience negotiating and advising clients on priced equity transactions (including Series Seed and Series A), as well as convertible notes and SAFEs. Eucalitto earned his bachelor's degree from the University of Connecticut and his law degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law, summa cum laude.

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Bill is Passed for Eased Restrictions on PPP Loan

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

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Allagash becomes Maine’s First Benefit Corporation

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Paycheck Protection Program Focuses on Short-Term and Misses Long-Term Damages

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IP & Business Transactional Strategies as Life Science Companies Plan Their U.S. Market Entry

Business law attorney Eugene Ho and IP attorney Beverly Hjorth will be presenting for ACTION Innovation Network members for its webinar series, discussing what life science companies should be thinking about when considering entry...

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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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PPP Math for the Self-Employed: And, Yes, There is Still Time

The Small Business Administration reports that as of May 23 it still had nearly $150 billion of untapped Paycheck Protection Program funds. The Program has been underutilized by self-employed business owners, in part due...

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Ensuring Paycheck Protection Program Loan Forgiveness

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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...