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Acritas Names Eversheds Sutherland Fastest Rising Brand in Global Law Firm Brand Index

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    Eversheds Sutherland advanced eight spots in the 2018 Acritas Global Law Firm Brand Index, an annual report ranking the top law firm brands in the world. Now ranked at 12, Eversheds Sutherland’s moved up in the four core Acritas brand measurements: awareness, favorability, multi-jurisdictional litigation and multi-jurisdictional deals.

    Jo Summers, Director, Acritas said:

    “Eversheds Sutherland is this year’s fastest rising brand in the Acritas Global Elite brand index 2018, rising to rank 12. Its increasing strength is a result of the transatlantic combination and increased recognition in the US market, its perceived strength in innovation and its continued sector focus. Clients are recognising these factors meaning the firm is winning a higher proportion of clients’ favourability and multi-jurisdictional work consideration.”

    The ranking is based on interviews with 1,600 senior legal buyers across the world’s largest multinationals with revenues in excess of $1billion.

    Mark D. Wasserman, Co-CEO of Eversheds Sutherland said:

    “The marked rise in rank for Eversheds Sutherland is meaningful because it reflects the opinions of the world’s largest and most influential corporations. This report indicates that we are effectively strengthening and differentiating our practice in the global market.”

    Lee Ranson, Co-CEO of Eversheds Sutherland said:

    “Our combination in 2017 increased our geographic reach and ability to provide comprehensive legal services across industries and sectors around the globe. This survey also validates our ongoing focus on innovation and being at the cutting edge of legal solutions for our clients.”

    Founded in 2002 and headquartered in the UK, Acritas Research, Ltd., conducts scientific research on market insights, brand awareness and favourability.

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