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Ljubljana

Slovenia

Since joining the EU in 2004 Slovenia has become an attractive business location and a preferred destination for investors. CMS established a presence here in 2008 with an office in Ljubljana, the Slovenian capital. Our legal team of 18 supports Slovenian companies operating internationally and provides full-service legal advice covering all aspects and specialty areas of commercial law to international business and concerns.

What Slovenia shares with all CMS locations throughout the CEE area is a legal system with unique characteristics. That makes it even more important that our staff not only has roots in the local culture but also feels at home in several jurisdictions. We nurture professional relationships with Slovenian public bodies and ministries, so we are better able to quantify the potential impact of their actions on your business. Our legal advice will therefore always take into account the particularities of the local market and the needs of your business.

We would be delighted to hear from you, regardless of whether you already have a presence here in Slovenia or are planning to enter the market. You can either complete our online contact form, or simply call us.

Our efficient international network, which covers the entire CEE area and has over 3,400 lawyers worldwide, enables our teams to quickly access expertise and at the same time provide seamless support to our clients in cross-border mandates. This in turn generates significant competitive advantages.

The focus of our legal advice in Slovenia is in the areas of M&A, corporate, commercial and employment law, banking and finance, real estate and the automotive and telecommunications industries. We are also the ideal partner if you are looking for support in matters of public procurement or tax issues.

We would like to advise you that due to statutory regulations applicable to the Slovenian bar association, we are not permitted to display pictures of our legal team on this website.

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CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
Bleiweisova 30
1000 Ljubljana
Slovenia
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