Westport, CT

355 Riverside Avenue
Westport, CT 06880
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DIRECTIONS

From Points North/East (via Merritt Parkway)

Take Merritt Parkway (Rte. 15) South to Exit 41. At end of exit ramp at traffic light, take a right turn onto Rte. 33 South (Wilton Road then Riverside Avenue). Go straight approximately 1.3 miles. 355 Riverside Avenue will be on your left.

From Points North/East (Via I-95)

Take I-95 South to Exit 17. At end of ramp at traffic light, take a left turn onto Rte. 33 North (Saugatuck Avenue then Riverside Avenue). 355 Riverside Avenue is approximately 1.8 miles on your right.

From Points South/West (Via Merritt Parkway)

Take Merritt Parkway (Rte. 15) North to Exit 41. At end of ramp at first traffic light, take a right onto service road. At next traffic light, take a left onto Rte. 33 South (Wilton Road then Riverside Avenue). 355 Riverside Avenue is approximately 1.5 miles on your left.

From Points South/West (Via I-95)

Take I-95 North to Exit 17. At end of ramp at traffic light, take a left onto Rte. 33 North (Saugatuck Avenue then Riverside Avenue). 355 Riverside Avenue is approximately 1.8 miles on your right.

Shuttle Bus Commuters from Westport Train Station

A map and schedule of shuttle buses from the Westport Train Station is available here.

Firm Highlights

Blog

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News

Verrill Signs Pledge in Support of Advancing Diversity & Inclusion in Connecticut Legal Community

(March 10, 2020) – Verrill has officially joined the Connecticut Bar Association in its ongoing commitment to advancing diversity and inclusion in the region’s legal community by signing “The Connecticut Legal Community’s Diversity &...

Publication/Podcast

PPP Forgivable Loan Program: How to Do the Math

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Publication/Podcast

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Event

Central Maine Human Resources Association Chapter Meeting: Flexible Work Options

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Matter

Management Audit

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Event

2020 OHRP Exploratory Workshop

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Matter

Management Inefficiency

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News

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