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    Eversheds Sutherland appoints Partner Eda Demirel to its Corporate practice

    Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to welcome Eda Demirel as a Partner to its Reorganizations team in London, which sits within the firm’s Corporate practice, bolstering the firm’s global reorganizations capability.

    Eda joins from DLA Piper, where she built and led the firm’s International Corporate Reorganizations practice. Prior to this, Eda worked for EY Law and its affiliated law firms, as well as Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer.

    Qualified in England and Wales, Germany and New York, Eda is a highly experienced lawyer who has worked with multiple global organisations on their strategic reorganizations.

    She has a large portfolio of multinational clients with whom she has built enduring relationships over the past 20 years.

    Amanda Partland, International Head of Reorganizations at Eversheds Sutherland, commented:

    “We are delighted to welcome Eda, who brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the team. By its very nature, reorganizations work entails a large amount of collaboration across our various practice groups and international offices, allowing us to offer a seamless one-stop shop service to our clients, tailored to meet their many competing and often complex needs. Eda’s skillset perfectly complements our current offering, and we’re very much looking forward to working with her.”

    Eda Demirel, commented:

    “I am very excited to join Eversheds Sutherland, helping to expand the firm’s reorganizations capability. The firm has built a stellar reputation globally, as well as an impressive multinational client base. I believe that my industry-knowledge, global client connections and legal technical know-how will help to enhance the firm’s current position in the market and I look forward to working with my new colleagues to further develop the team’s offering.”

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