CMS in Köln

Cologne

Germany

With a team of more than 120 lawyers, CMS is the biggest law firm in Cologne. We cover all areas of business law for you, including commercial, corporate and transaction law, labour and employment, as well as competition and media law. Our Cologne office has a particularly strong banking and insurance law practice and is renowned for its public-private partnership work. Cologne is also one of the firm’s centres of excellence for insolvency law.

Our clients include public authorities as well as major companies headquartered in the region, who consult us on their national and international projects. Contact CMS in Cologne to find out more about our services. Our legal experts and sector-specific teams look forward to working with you!

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Directions

By plane

The office is an approx. 20-minute taxi ride from Cologne/Bonn Airport. Alternatively, you can use the S-Bahn (Line S 13) travelling in the direction of Kerpen, Horrem Station (Kerpen, Horrem Bf.) or the Regional Express train (RE 8) travelling in the direction of Mönchengladbach, Mönchengladbach Central Station (Mönchengladbach, Mönchengladbach Hauptbahnhof, Hbf). Change at Cologne Central Station (Köln, Hauptbahnhof, Hbf) to the underground (U-Bahn), Line 18 and travel to Neumarkt, direction Appellhofplatz. From there, take the underground, Lines 3 or 4 to Severinstraße, direction Poststraße. From Cologne Central Station you can, however, also take the bus from Breslauer Platz Bus Station (Breslauer Platz, Busbahnhof), Line 133 to Severinstraße, direction Zollstock Südfriedhof. Travelling time in both cases is approx. 30-40 minutes, plus a 4-minute walk.

By car

Access is via Bayenstraße („Rheinuferstraße“). Access to the Rheinauhafen district is restricted to public taxis and vehicles with a special permit, so please park in the Rheinauhafen underground car park. In the underground car park please take the direction "Kranhaus Mitte" which is marked in blue. The entry to the building you will find in the blue area on the crosswalk.

By train

Change at Cologne Central Station to the underground, Line 18 and travel to Neumarkt, direction Appellhofplatz. From there, take the underground, Lines 3 or 4 to Severinstraße, direction Poststraße. From Cologne Central Station, you can, however, also take the bus from Breslauer Platz Bus Station, Line 133 to Rheinauhafen, direction Zollstock Südfriedhof. Travelling time in both cases is approx. 9 minutes, plus an approx. 15-minute walk.

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Location

CMS Hasche Sigle
Kranhaus 1
Im Zollhafen 18
50678 Cologne
Germany
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