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Consumer Products


The consumer products sector faces a number of challenges such as globalization, environmental and health concerns, supply chain management, consumer expectations, increased online marketing, counterfeiting products, among others. All of these challenges involve the need for specialized legal advice.

In order to provide you specific legal advice our teams have experts in various legal fields; hence, we can guide you in all the legal aspects involved in the production and marketing of products, from the creation of your company, financing, verification of compliance with antitrust rules, unfair competition, consumer protection, advertising, protection of intellectual property rights strategies, data protection, distribution agreements, etc.

CMS Grau represents clients in a wide range of areas, including food and beverage, personal care, clothing, home accessories, automotive, etc.

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