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Portugal

In CMS Portugal, people may rely on a long and solid experience resulting from a firm that began working in 1964 and has evolved since then to become one of the leading companies in Portugal thanks of its first class dedicated professionals.

Lisbon CMS Office is noted for its integrated approach, covering a broad range of practice areas, from Energy, to Public Law, Dispute Resolution, Corporate, Tax and Employment among others.

Our team of over 80 lawyers includes specialists in renewable energy, litigation, restructuring and financing and has a long track record of advising cross border operations.

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

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Directions

Our office is approximately 25 minutes away by car from Lisbon Airport. Leaving the airport, take Relógio roundabout and take the first exit to 2ª Circular. Choose exit Campo Grande and follow to Saldanha. Go straight ahead to Marquês de Pombal and do the whole roundabout (360º) as if returning to Saldanha. You are at Avenue Fontes Pereira de Melo. Keep on the right side of the avenue, turn right in the first option and our office is at the end of that street.

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Location

CMS Rui Pena & Arnaut
Rua Sousa Martins 10
1050-218 Lisbon
Portugal
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