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The CMS Commercial Law Group advises clients in the following areas:

  • Commercial contracts
  • Sales and distribution agreements
  • Supply services
  • IT agreements
  • Software licensing
  • Data protection
  • Manufacturing
  • Outsourcing
  • General terms and conditions

We often advise on a multi-jurisdictional basis and across a variety of sectors. Our industry sector expertise means we focus on issues affecting businesses in sectors such as automotive, consumer products, energy, financial services, hotels and leisure, lifesciences and technology, media and telecoms ensuring that our advice is perfectly suited to our clients’ needs.

Our clients benefit from:

Our extensive geographic scope, coupled with a consistently pragmatic and commercial approach

  • A sector focused approach and our insight into issues affecting our clients’ business Clear and commercial advice – our lawyers are trained to provide clear, succinct advice that addresses clients’ commercial imperatives
  • Coordinated services between our offices to ensure clients can implement projects and initiatives and receive joined up advice regardless of jurisdiction
  • Advice in a number of different languages
  • Sensitivity towards the different approaches required in commercial work and the associated liabilities taken in different jurisdictions
  • the ability to tailor our advice and negotiation strategies accordingly
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