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CMS Oman in Muscat 

Having successfully supported clients in the region for many years, CMS Oman was established in association with Al Rashdi, Al Juma and Ewing Advocates and Legal Consultants to provide bespoke, specialist and regionally focused legal advice on both domestic and international transactions and investment. We act for a wide range of public and private entities, government bodies, commercial enterprises, high net worth individuals and investment funds.

CMS Oman offers a wide range of legal services in Muscat

CMS Oman has an impressive track record of working with the Sultanate. We have considerable experience including banking and finance (including Islamic Finance), commercial, construction, consumer products, corporate, dispute resolution, energy, financial services, hotels and leisure, media and entertainment, oil and gas, power and water, projects, renewables, technology and telecommunications.

CMS Oman has a dedicated team of international and locally qualified lawyers for all your legal needs

CMS Oman has a dedicated team of internationally and domestically qualified lawyers, who speak both Arabic and English. Being part of CMS means we work seamlessly with regional and international colleagues to provide a full range of English and local law capabilities to meet your needs.

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By aeroplane

The airport is approximately 15km away from the office. By taxi it will take approximately 20 minutes and cost about 8 OMR to Muscat Grand Mall.

By car

Head South onto Sultan Qaboos Street, Route 1, take the exit by Lulu Supermarket/Oman Avenues Mall and follow road to Muscat Grand Mall.

Once in Muscat Grand Mall, head to Costa Coffee / Ooredoo and take the lift to the 3rd floor.

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Al Rashdi, Al Juma and Ewing Advocates and Legal Consultants
in association with
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Landmark building
6th Floor
23rd July Street
PO Box 41, 136


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