Eversheds Sutherland sets sights on integration and 'common culture' in new strategic plan

As the anniversary of their firms' mega-merger approaches, leaders Lee Ranson and Mark Wasserman set out their priorities for the future

Almost a year after Eversheds Sutherland was born from a major transatlantic combination, the firm’s UK and US co-leaders are embracing a detailed new strategic blueprint, with the ambitious – and, they say, rare – goal of creating a truly cohesive global firm.

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