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Consumer Products

Austria

As a player in the consumer products sector, you face a myriad of challenges such as globalisation and digitalisation, environmental and health concerns, supply chain management, consumer and media pressure, growing retailer buyer power, the rise of online selling and counterfeiting. Our pan-European team is structured around the key sectors of consumer products including cosmetics, clothing, electronics, health & beauty, food & drink, retail, household equipment and manufacturing. Whether you are a supplier, investor, regulator or other stakeholder, we have consumer products experts to help, whatever your situation.

In order to give you the targeted legal advice your business needs, our teams have experts from every legal area affecting your sector. This means we can guide you on all legal and regulatory aspects - from the financing and acquisition of companies, through to antitrust and unfair competition law, media management, nutritional and health claims, advertising and marketing, strategies for the protection of intellectual property rights, data protection, outsourcing, distribution agreements, real estate transactions, product recalls and much more. Our experts will keep you abreast of the latest sector insight and developments, giving you a commercial, as well as a legal, edge.

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19/06/2013
Bro­chure: CMS Con­sumer Products Group
25/04/2017
CMS launches CEE Real Es­tate In­vest­ment Com­pass 2017
2016’s re­cord-break­ing EUR 12. 2bn in­vest­ment in the real es­tate sec­tor in the CEE re­gion is likely to be sur­passed in 2017 – this is ac­cord­ing to the CEE Real Es­tate In­vest­ment Com­pass 2017 pub­lished by CMS in co­oper­a­tion with Col­li­ers In­ter­na­tion­al.
28/03/2017
On the road to autonom­ous vehicles
Con­nec­ted and autonom­ous vehicle (“CAV”) tech­no­lo­gies are set to have a pro­found so­cial and eco­nom­ic im­pact world­wide and con­tin­ue to ac­cu­mu­late a great weight of ex­pect­a­tion. Ad­voc­ates ar­gue that CAV tech­no­lo­gies will im­prove road safety, ease con­ges­tion and.
06/03/2017
PIP-case: ECJ cla­ri­fies scope of no­ti­fied body’s re­spons­ib­il­it­ies...
In the PIP-case, a French man­u­fac­turer sup­plied thou­sands of wo­men with (al­legedly) de­fect­ive breast im­plants. Amongst oth­ers, pa­tients in Ger­many star­ted lit­ig­a­tion against the no­ti­fied body in ques­tion - TÜV Rhein­land (“Tuv”).
09/12/2016
Are we wit­ness­ing the rise of su­per level eco­nom­ic en­vir­on­ment risks?
In a few years’ time we may look back and say that it was in 2015/2016 when leg­al pro­ceed­ings and re­cent policy changes com­bined to pro­duce mani­fest ser­i­ous trans­fron­ti­er and trans-sec­tor com­mer­cial and eco­nom­ic en­vir­on­ment risk.
05/12/2016
ABS Reg­u­la­tion - Draft Bi­otech Sec­tor Stake­hold­er Guid­ance
Views are be­ing sought from in­ter­ested stake­hold­ers on European guid­ance for the bi­o­tech­no­logy sec­tor con­cern­ing the EU’s ac­cess to ge­net­ic re­sources and shar­ing of be­ne­fits from util­isa­tion le­gis­la­tion – namely the ABS Reg­u­la­tion.