Provided by Harold B Finn III
Practices in the law relating to business organizations and financial transactions, including corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, the public and private offering of securities, banking and lending, alternative investments and related litigation. Has represented both publicly-held corporations and private companies, including pooled investment vehicles in the form of partnerships, limited liability companies and trusts.
Admitted to the Bars of the States of Connecticut and New York. Former Member of the Council of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association and former Chair of such Section's Banking Law Committee. Former Chair of the Securities Advisory Committee to the Banking Commissioner of the State of Connecticut. Past Co-Chair of Task Force on the Revision of the Connecticut Business Corporation Act. Former Chair of the Business Law Section of the Connecticut Bar Association. Elected Member of the American Law Institute.
Received Undergraduate Degree from Yale University in 1960 and received Law Degree, magna cum laude, from Columbia University in 1966, where he was articles editor of the Columbia Law Review. Following law school, he served as a law clerk to the late Chief Justice Earl Warren and the late Associate Justice Stanley F Reed.
Harold Finn is a long-serving member of the Connecticut Bar who is well known for his corporate practice. He remains a strong practitioner and has a wealth of experience advising on governance and M&A transactions.