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Lyon

France

CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon Avocats has a long-standing presence in the Lyon area and is one of the leading business law firms operating in the Greater South East of France. It is a fully independent firm both in terms of business links and capital ownership. The firm is not reliant in law or in fact upon other professional corporate service providers.

Our aim is to help clients to deal effectively with increasingly complex business law. We consequently adopt a multidisciplinary approach based on close working relationships between our business law, taxation and employment law practice groups. Our firm’s regional presence results in the development of client proximity and tailored services, and contributes to providing rapid solutions to companies which form part of our loyal client base. Our firm is a member of the CMS network, enabling us to provide assistance to our clients with their development transactions, on a national and international scale.  

Our Service CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon Avocats offers:

A complete range of legal, litigation, tax and employment law services to companies and public authorities with specific interests in the Greater South East of France A solid experience in advising companies in the manufacturing industry, trade and service sectors.  

Our clients are very representative of the economic fabric of the region and the Greater South East of France in general: Large and medium-sized enterprises Subsidiaries of large French and foreign groups based in the Rhône-Alpes region  Close-to-the-customer Services & Partnership Developing relationships through continuous dialogue All our clients share a common feature: their loyalty to our firm, which is a source of a great pride. As this loyalty has been forged through long-term relationships, our in-depth knowledge of clients enables us to advise and defend them with optimum effectiveness before various courts and in different jurisdictions. Our client portfolio includes a large percentage of French and international Fortune 500 companies. We also advise midsize companies that require close support in all legal areas, and counsel private individuals concerning their assets. We provide services in four areas: consulting, advice, negotiation and defence

Our lawyers provide services to clients for specific projects or on a regular basis, including conducting preliminary reviews or implementing organisational or development projects. With a view to working with clients in a privileged framework enabling us to develop genuine partnerships, understand their objectives and values, and fully incorporate their strategy in the advice provided, we have developed a triedand- tested solution: the permanent support contract.

The services provided under this contract include: Conducting an in-depth review of the company’s situation as and when required Providing continuous assistance by lawyers specialised in each relevant legal and tax area Providing up-to-date information and commentary on legal and tax changes Regular reminders of administrative obligations and relevant deadlines Sending invitations to conferences on topics frequently selected by our clients. This relationship enables us to work together with clients to identify the best solutions to meet their daily needs and manage exceptional situations.

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Directions

By car

FROM LYON SAINT-EXUPERY AIRPORT

  • take the A43 motorway towards Bron
  • take the exit « Lyon-centre / Périphérique nord / Paris / Porte de Montchat »
  • follow the signs for La Part-Dieu.

By public transport

FROM PART-DIEU TRAIN STATION

  • By foot (15 minutes)
    - take rue du Dr Bouchut, which becomes rue Mazenod
    - turn right onto rue de Créqui
  • By public transport (10 minutes)
    - Metro line B towards Gare d’Oullins – get off at Place Guichard Bourse du Travail ; or
    - Tram line T1 towards Debourg – get off at Palais de Justice-Mairie du 3e ; or
    - Bus line C9 towards Bellecour – get off at Palais de Justice-Mairie du 3e

FROM PERRACHE TRAIN STATION

  • By public transport (20 minutes)
    - Tram line T1 towards IUT Feyssine – get off at Palais de Justice-Mairie du 3e

Our offices are also located close to the bus stop "Saxe Préfecture" served by bus lines C4 and C14

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Location

CMS Francis Lefebvre Lyon Avocats
174 rue de Créqui
CS 23516
69 422 Lyon
cedex 03
France
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