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Hotel and Leisure Investment Law Firm in Austria

Welcome to hotels and leisure web page of CMS, your trusted partner in the world of hotels and leisure investments.

At CMS, we specialize in providing comprehensive legal services to investors in the hospitality industry. 

With CMS in the hotel & leisure industry on the leading edge

Our team of experienced attorneys has a deep understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities that come with investing in hotels and leisure businesses. 

We offer a wide range of legal services, including:

  • Hospitality law
  • Real estate law
  • Commercial lease agreements
  • Hotel management agreements
  • Brand licensing agreements
  • Construction and development agreements
  • Investment structures
  • Tax considerations
  • Intellectual property
  • Data privacy and security
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Mergers and acquisitions

Whether you're a seasoned investor or new to the industry, our team of expert attorneys will work closely with you to identify and mitigate legal risks, structure investments for optimal returns, and navigate the complex regulatory environment.

With a regional SEE focus and a commitment to personalized service, CMS is the go-to choice for investors in the hotel and leisure industry. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and learn how we can help you achieve your investment goals.

More on our hands on experience and relevant credentials is in the brochure below.

Hotel and Leisure
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