CMS in Düsseldorf



CMS Duesseldorf is one of the leading commercial law firms in the city and a long-standing, trusted partner to medium-sized companies as well as corporate groups. Our team of more than 50 lawyers advises on all aspects of commercial and corporate law, restructurings and M&A transactions as well as on private equity deals. Our practice also covers labour and employment, tax, private and public construction, IP, competition and EU law.

CMS in Duesseldorf is particularly noted for its strong energy law practice. You can benefit from the know-how of renowned industry experts who regularly advise on complex energy sector projects. Our team also offers dispute resolution services and can represent you in court as well as in arbitration and other alternative dispute resolution proceedings.

Contact us to find out more about our services. Our legal experts and sector-specific CMS teams look forward to working with you in Duesseldorf!

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By plane

You can reach us by taxi from Duesseldorf airport in about 15 minutes.

By car

You can get to the office by road via the following motorways, exit Duesseldorf: From the airport via the A 44. From Essen/Ruhr via the A 52. From Köln (Cologne)/Wuppertal via the A 46. From Krefeld/Mönchengladbach/Neuss via the A 52. From Südbrücke Aachen/Köln (Cologne)/Bonn via the A 57. If you are on the street Breite Straße you will find our office on the left side compared to the Commerzbank building. You can also use the parking garage from the Carsch-Haus which is 50 meters further in driving direction.

By train

From the main railway station (Hauptbahnhof) Duesseldorf you can reach us either by taxi or by U-Bahn lines U 74, U76, U77, U78 and U79, U-Bahn-Station Heinrich-Heine-Allee, in a few minutes.

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Breite Straße 3
40213 Duesseldorf
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