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Kyiv (CMS RRH)

Ukraine

The profound political change that Ukraine is currently undergoing will also result in reforms of the legal system. International companies that wish to become active in Ukraine can benefit greatly from extensive legal advice according to international quality standards, particularly because European legal standards have not yet been fully implemented and applied.

Our office in Kyiv has advised clients in Ukraine since 2006. Our legal experts are therefore well acquainted with the particularities of the local market. A seasoned CMS legal team of 14 deal with all topics related to commercial law, offering comprehensive consulting services for all legal questions that can arise in the course of doing business in Ukraine. We especially advise clients on M&A, corporate, competition, labour, intellectual property and tax law, financings, arbitration law as well as the real estate and construction industry and real estate transactions.

Our local legal experts entertain good relations with local business players and can draw on years of international experience. The international presence of CMS and the constant transfer of know-how within the network of our CEE offices enable fast access to expert knowledge and comprehensive cross-border legal services in mandates covering several countries.

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Directions

Travelling from Airport Kiew to CMS Office

Taxi

By taxi, journey to the office will take you between 30 to 40 minutes depending on road conditions and will cost from 300 to 400UAH (12 – 16 Euro).

Skybus

The journey by Skybus will take approx. 15 minutes (to the nearest metro station – “Kharkiv”) and will cost 1.60 Euro (40UAH). Then by metro to “Khreschatyk” Station – 35 minutes, 0.16 EURO.

Airport Pick up Service

The Office can also arrange an individual airport pick up at a reasonable taxi rate of approximately Euro 8 one way. (The price is less than the mentioned amount according to current exchange rate EURO to UAH).

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Location

CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz
19B Instytutska St.
01021 Kyiv
Ukraine
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