Office building geneva by the river

Geneva

Switzerland

More than 30 legal and tax professionals are providing the full range of legal and tax services to you from our office in Geneva.

Geneva office is a part of our firm which was founded in 1936 and strengthened by two mergers over the last years. The latest merger in 2014 of CMS von Erlach Henrici AG and ZPG Avocats SA brought together two prominent law firms based in Geneva and Zurich.

In addition to our strong local roots and excellent reputation in the Swiss market, we are part of an organisation with over 4,500 legal and tax professionals in over 41 countries.

We know that the rules governing your business are constantly changing. So we are always up-to-date with all new laws and regulation in both Swiss and in international markets. When you work with CMS in Geneva, you will benefit from our hands-on approach of working, including strong partner involvement, to guide you through the complexities of the legislation that applies to you.

If you do business in Geneva and are looking for legal support, please reach out to us via our online contact form or give us a call.

We structure our business in practice area and industry sector groups. This enables us to develop a comprehensive understanding of our clients’ businesses and markets and to deliver sound and commercially relevant advice. Our goal is to be not just technical lawyers, but to understand your business and its challenges.

Our experts offer sound experience in all areas of commercial law and provide first-class legal advice to companies, institutions and individuals at both national and international level.

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Directions

The Geneva office is located only five minutes from the Geneva main Station.

From Geneva Airport
The airport is located 8km from the city.

  • By train: Trains to Geneva train station. Departure every 15 minutes from the airport train station in the shopping area. Duration: Approx. 10 min.
  • By taxi: Duration: 15 min.

From Geneva train station

  • By tram: Tram no. 15 to Cirque (direction Palettes), departure every 4 to 5 minutes. Duration: 7 min. From the tram station Cirque, it is a 30-second walk. At the traffic light, cross the main street (with tram rails), you will see the restaurant "Les Trois Verres". Our offices – located on 4 floors – are above the restaurant and the entrance is on the left of the building.
  • By taxi: Duration: 5 min.

Arrival by car
Coming from Zurich/Lausanne (A1 highway): Exit A1 and follow "Genève-Lac/Evian". Enter Geneva and follow Route de Lausanne for about 1km. You will see the Cornavin train station on the right. At the crossroads, after the station, turn right onto Rue de Chantepoulet and after 50m, turn left onto Boulevard James Fazy. Follow it for 500m. Turn left onto Place de la Synagogue. Turn right onto Rue du Général Dufour and then turn right onto Rue Bovy-Lysberg. Our offices are at number 2.

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Location

CMS von Erlach Poncet Ltd.
Rue Bovy-Lysberg 2
P.O. Box 5824
1211 Geneva 11
Switzerland
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