About this office:
As a global top 40 law practice, Eversheds Sutherland provides legal services to a global client base ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest multinationals, acting for 71 of the Fortune 100, 57 of the FTSE 100 and 119 of the Fortune 200.
With more than 2,300 lawyers, Eversheds Sutherland operates in 61 offices in 29 jurisdictions across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States. In addition, a network of over 200 related law firms, including formalized alliances in Latin America, Asia Pacific and Africa, provide support across the globe.
Eversheds Sutherland provides the full range of legal services, including corporate and M&A; dispute resolution and litigation; energy and infrastructure; finance; human capital and labor law; intellectual property; real estate and construction; and tax.
Eversheds Sutherland comprises two separate legal entities: Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP (headquartered in the U.K.) and Eversheds Sutherland (US) LLP (headquartered in the U.S.), and their respective controlled, managed, affiliated and member firms. For more information, visit www.eversheds-sutherland.com.
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Statement of Practice Summary:
General Practice; Trial Practice; Aerospace Law; Agribusiness; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Appellate Practice; Automotive Franchises and Dealerships; Aviation Law; Banking Litigation; Bankruptcy; Banks and Banking; Biotechnology; Broker-Dealer; Business Law; Business Restructuring; Civil Rights; Class Actions; Climate Change; Commercial Litigation; Commercial Loans; Commercial Real Estate Acquisitions; Computers and Software; Construction Law; Consumer Finance; Consumer Financial Services; Consumer Law; Controversy; Copyrights; Corporate Finance; Corporate Governance; Corporate Law; Corporate Taxation; Derivatives; Directors and Officers Liability; Drug and Medical Device Litigation; E-Commerce; E-Discovery; Education Law; Electric Cooperatives Law; Electric Power; Electronics; Employee Benefits; Employment Litigation; Energy; Energy Finance; Energy Policy; Energy Regulation; Environmental Law; Environmental Risk Management; ERISA Litigation; Estate Planning; Executive Compensation; Federal Practice; Finance; Financial Institutions Law; Financial Services Law; Franchise Law; Governmental Organizations; Health Care; Hedge Funds; Hospitality Law; Industrial Development; Industrial Leasing; Insurance Products; Intellectual Property; Intellectual Property Licensing; Intellectual Property Litigation; International Law; International Taxation; International Trade; Investment Company Law; Investment Law; Labor and Employment; Leasing; Leisure; Life Sciences; Litigation; Local Taxation; Maritime Law; Mechanical Intellectual Property; Mutual Funds; National Security; Natural Gas; Non-Profit; Nuclear Energy; Office Leasing; Oil and Gas Pipelines; Oil Spills; Outsourcing; Partnership Taxation; Patent Prosecution; Pension Fund Investments; Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property; Private Equity; Professional Liability; Project Development; Public Finance; Real Estate; Real Estate Bankruptcy; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Investment Trusts; Real Estate Litigation; Real Estate Workouts; Regulation; Regulatory Law; Renewable Energy; Retail Development; Retirement Planning; School Finance Litigation; Securities; Securities Enforcement; Securities Litigation; Service Marks; Shipping; State Government Law; State Taxation; Structured Finance; Systems Integration; Tax Exempt Finance; Tax Law; Tax Legislation; Tax Litigation; Taxation; Technology Law; Telecommunications Law; Timber Forest Products; Trade Secrets; Trademarks; Unclaimed Property; White Collar Crime; Workouts; M & A.
Documents by Lawyers at this office
Georgia Tax Tribunal Issues Two New Decisions on Remote Seller Nexus and Georgia Tax Credit Elections
Andrew D. Appleby,Zachary T. Atkins,Open Weaver Banks,Madison J. Barnett,Todd G. Betor,Michele Borens,Nicole D. Boutros,Stephen A. Burroughs,Charles C. Capouet,Elizabeth S. Cha,Eric J. Coffill,Stephanie T. Do,Jessica A. Eisenmenger,Jonathan A. Feldman,Jeffrey A. Friedman,Ted W. Friedman,Timothy A. Gustafson,Evan M. Hamme,Charles C. Kearns,Michael J. Kerman,Nicholas J. Kump,Todd A. Lard,Christopher T. Lutz,Chelsea E. Marmor,Chris M. Mehrmann,Robert P. Merten,Douglas Mo,DeAndre R. Morrow,Amy F. Nogid,Suzanne M. Palms,Hanish S. Patel,Alla Raykin,Carley A. Roberts,Leah Robinson,Marc A. Simonetti,Maria M. Todorova,Samantha K. Trencs,Eric S. Tresh,Douglas J. Upton,W. Scott Wright, February 20, 2017
The Georgia Tax Tribunal, in its first published decisions in more than a year, held that: (1) Scholastic Book Clubs has nexus in Georgia and must collect sales tax; and (2) a taxpayer’s election of one tax credit for creating jobs instead of an alternative credit cannot be changed in later...
U.S.-EU Covered Agreement: The Road Ahead
Justin K. Kitchens,Hugo Laing,John S. Pruitt,Cynthia R. Shoss, February 14, 2017
On Thursday, February 16, the Housing and Insurance subcommittee of the Financial Services Committee of the United States House of Representatives will hold a public hearing entitled, “Assessing the US-EU Covered Agreement.” This hearing may provide the first indication of whether the...
Year Established: 1924