The merger between Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice and the U.K.’s Bond Dickinson, a trans-Atlantic union unveiled in June, officially went live Wednesday.

Womble Bond Dickinson, the name of the combined firm, will have 1,000 lawyers across 24 offices in the United States and U.K, as well as a roughly $410 million in combined gross revenue. The new firm will service a client base that includes more than 250 publicly traded companies.

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