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Hamburg

Germany

In Hamburg, CMS can look back on a long tradition of providing international business law advice. We focus on corporate law, real estate and construction law, banking and finance, as well as labour and employment law, IP matters and the maritime sector.

The Hamburg CMS office is also particularly noted for its public commercial law expertise, while our firm’s reputation for energy law is not least due to our strong practice in this Hanseatic city. Our team of 100 lawyers includes specialists in renewable energy, pharmaceuticals and the medical device industry. We also have a strong financing track record and can offer expert advice for your projects.

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

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Directions

By plane

Our office is approximately 25 minutes away by car from Hamburg Airport. Leaving the airport, take the B433/Alsterkrugchaussee in the direction of Hamburg and the B5/Breitenfelder Straße. After 5.2 km turn left into Hoheluftchaussee, which becomes Grindelallee. Then turn right into Rentzelstraße, which becomes Karolinenstraße. Bear left into Feldstraße, which becomes Sievekingplatz and then Kaiser-Wilhelm-Straße. Finally, turn right into Stadthausbrücke, cross the bridge and turn right into the car park.

Alternatively, you can take S-Bahn line S1 from the airport to the Stadthausbrücke station. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.

By car

Coming from the north (A7)
Take exit 26, signposted Hamburg-Stellingen. Then turn right into Kieler Straße/B4. After about 3 km, turn slightly to the left onto the B5/Eimsbütteler Marktplatz. Continue straight on and turn right into Rentzelstraße after approximately 2.5 km. After about 800 metres, turn right into Holstenglacis and then proceed another 200 metres before turning left onto Sievekingplatz. From here, carry on straight ahead towards Axel-Springer-Platz. The road curves slightly to the right and then becomes Stadthausbrücke. You can then turn into the car park on the right that belongs to the Stadthausbrücke 1-3 office building.

From Kiel/Lübeck/Berlin (A1)
Take exit 33, signposted HH-Billstedt, HH-Centrum. Continue on to the B5 (Spaldingstraße – Amsinckstraße – Willy-Brandt-Straße). Follow the road for 10.4 km and then turn right into Rödingsmarkt. Turn left after 100 m (Graskeller/Stadthausbrücke). At the next opportunity, turn left again (do a U-turn) and after a few metres turn into the car park on your right-hand side.

From Hanover (A7)
Exit the A7 at Horst and continue on to the A1. This becomes the A255 and then the B4/B75. Turn right into Amsinckstraße, which becomes Willy-Brandt-Straße. After 1.5 km turn right again into Rödingsmarkt. Turn left after 100 m (Graskeller/Stadthausbrücke). At the next opportunity, turn left again (do a U-turn) and after a few metres turn into the car park on your right-hand side.

By train

At Hamburg main railway station, take the S1 or S3 S-Bahn line to the Stadthausbrücke station. The journey takes approximately 6 minutes.

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CMS Hasche Sigle
Stadthausbrücke 1-3
20355 Hamburg
Germany
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