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CMS in Stuttgart



Stuttgart is where CMS originated in Germany in 1962, and our office in the state capital of Baden-Württemberg is the firm’s biggest in the country. More than 120 lawyers offer the widest range of legal services for businesses of any of our offices, and we have particularly close ties with the region’s typical Mittelstand companies, which are often global players. In recent years, the highly respected corporate lawyers working in our Stuttgart office have also advised on some of the largest transactions in Germany.

In addition to corporate and commercial law, our practice covers insolvency, labour and employment, tax, IP, antitrust, energy, technology, media, telecommunications, real estate and public commercial law. We have a strong dispute resolution team, our private clients practice is highly regarded and the patent lawyers working in our Stuttgart office are often recommended for litigation, R&D partnerships, licensing and the biotech sector.

Contact CMS in Stuttgart to see how you can profit from the know-how of our legal experts and sector-specific teams!

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By plane

Stuttgart Airport - take a taxi (less than 15 minutes) or number 809 bus.

By car

Motorway A8 from Karlsruhe/Munich, take the Stuttgart/Degerloch exit and continue on the B27 towards Degerloch/Centre (Zentrum) until you reach the outskirts of Degerloch. At the round office tower, turn right towards Degerloch/Hoffeld, then take the next right into Schöttlestraße, then right again. The entrance to the client parking area is behind the barrier.

By train

From Stuttgart main railway station, take the U5, U6 or U12 to Degerloch and get off at Albstrasse. The law firm is right on the platform, but the main entrance is on the opposite side of the building.

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CMS Hasche Sigle
Schoettlestraße 8
70597 Stuttgart
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April 2019
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