Global firm Eversheds Sutherland made its formal debut on Wednesday, unveiling a new logo and website and cementing the most significant transatlantic tie-up since Norton Rose combined with Fulbright & Jaworski in 2013.

The equity partnerships of Atlanta-based Sutherland Asbill & Brennan and U.K. firm Eversheds voted Dec. 16 for the deal to create a 2,300-lawyer firm, with about 1,400 from Eversheds, another 500 from its affiliated firms internationally and 400 from Sutherland.

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The two firms will share governance equally, with Eversheds’ CEO-elect Lee Ranson and Sutherland managing partner Mark Wasserman as co-CEOs.

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