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Eversheds links up with Dutch firm

Law firm Eversheds is joining forcing with Dutch firm Boekel De Neree.


The firms plan to merge within the next three years, with 250 BDN staff joining forces with 3,300 Eversheds employees, greatly increasing its legal workforce available to clients across Europe.


BDN managing partner Els Swaab, said; “We believe in joining one of the world&#39s largest law firms to become part of a leading pan-European business. Together we aim to become a global trading partner to major European and multi-national organisations.”

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