Nature of practice and clients
Eversheds is one of the largest full service law firms in the world with over 4,300 people including more than 490 partners and over 2500 legal advisers in 44 offices in 26 countries. With offices throughout Europe, Middle East, Asia and beyond, we can supply you with seamless legal coverage anywhere on the planet.
Our local expertise, combined with our international reach, has proven invaluable in helping our clients to achieve their goals. Whether you are an ambitious local company targeting international expansion or a potential investor exploring opportunities in Sweden, we have the strength and resources to make it happen.
The combination of Eversheds' wide experience and highly competitive international network, together with Eversheds local strengths has resulted in Eversheds Advokatbyrå being able to deliver seamless cost-effective international legal services to both our local and international clients. Our aim is to be the most client-centered international law firm.
With a number of partners and associates holding extensive experience not only within business law but also from working for international corporate and the Swedish district and appellate courts, Eversheds Advokatbyrå holds an outstanding reputation within Sweden, particularly within Diversified Industries, TMT and commercial dispute resolution.
The firm also holds specialist expertise and performs to the highest standard across a number of other fields, including the following areas: M&A, Real Estate, labour law, intellectual property law, public procurement and competition law, energy, banking and finance law and privacy law.
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