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CMS in Leipzig



Since its opening in 1990, the CMS office in Leipzig has become one of the market leaders in Eastern Germany. Our team of more than 25 lawyers includes energy, technology, media and communication sector experts. When advising on M&A transactions, reorganisations and restructurings, we combine our breadth of legal expertise with specialist know-how in order to deliver the best possible business results for you. Our clients particularly value the fact that we can tap into the expertise of our network of CMS offices throughout Germany if necessary.

We advise corporate groups as well as medium-sized companies on all business law matters, including labour and employment, commercial and corporate, public commercial, tax and IT law, as well as representing our clients in disputes.

Contact CMS in Leipzig to find out more about our services. Our legal experts and sector-specific teams look forward to supporting your projects!

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By plane

The office is a 20 minute taxi ride from Leipzig/Halle Airport.

By car

Take the Leipzig Mitte (central Leipzig) exit from the A14 motorway towards the Hauptbahnhof (main railway station) and then turn right into Goethestraße. This leads directly to Augustusplatz where you will find the Cityhochhaus. You can park in the underground car park at Augustusplatz. Use the Gewandhaus exit, go into the direction to the Cityhochhaus and turn left after about 50 meters. The entrance of the Cityhochhaus (Panorama-Tower) is situated between the buildings of MDR (Central German Broadcasting) and Leipzig University. Pass the revolving door and contact the concierge.

By train

You can reach the office on foot from the main railway station via the Goethestraße. It takes about 5 minutes.

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CMS Hasche Sigle
Augustusplatz 9
04109 Leipzig
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