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CMS

Offices

  • Poznan
  • Prague
  • Reading
  • Rio De Janeiro
  • Rome
  • Sarajevo
  • Seville
  • Shanghai
  • Sheffield S2
  • Sheffield S2
  • Singapore
  • Singapore
  • Singapore
  • Sofia
  • Sofia
  • Strasbourg
  • Stuttgart
  • Tirana
  • Utrecht
  • Vienna
  • Warsaw
  • Zagreb
  • Zurich

Other ranked firms

The following firms have provided more information to help you choose the right firm.


Germany: Banking and finance

Financial services: regulatory

GSK Stockmann

Investment funds

Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

White & Case LLP

Lending and borrowing

Baker McKenzie

DLA Piper

Project finance

Hogan Lovells International LLP

White & Case LLP

Germany: Capital markets

Debt capital markets

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Equity capital markets

Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Pinsent Masons Germany LLP

Germany: Compliance

Internal investigations

Debevoise & Plimpton LLP

Germany: Corporate and M&A

Corporate

Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

DLA Piper

Baker McKenzie

M&A: large deals (€500m+)

Jones Day

Hogan Lovells International LLP

M&A: mid-sized deals (sub-€500m)

Dechert LLP

Norton Rose Fulbright

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Germany: Insurance

Advice to insurers

DLA Piper

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Clifford Chance

Insurance litigation

Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek

Germany: Media

Entertainment

Greenberg Traurig Germany

Greenberg Traurig Germany

Noerr

Press and publishing

DLA Piper

Germany: Private equity

Transactions

Noerr

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Venture capital

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Germany: Real estate and construction

Construction (including construction litigation)

Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

GSK Stockmann

Real estate

White & Case LLP

DLA Piper

GSK Stockmann

King & Spalding LLP

Latham & Watkins LLP

Dentons

Jones Day

Germany: Transport

Maritime and shipping

Fleet Hamburg LLP

Arnecke Sibeth Dabelstein

Ince

Ince


Legal Developments by:
CMS

  • Access to justice: protective costs orders in planning challenges

    Third parties and competing developers have no rights of appeal to the Secretary of State against planning decisions. Disappointed applicants can appeal to the Secretary of State and can have the merits of the application reconsidered. The only remedy available to a disappointed third party is a challenge by way of judicial review in the High Court on a point of law. The sense of frustration and disempowerment this creates has not been helped by the increasing complexity of the planning process and the use of consultation to legitimise decisions that many perceive may already have been taken.
    - CMS Group

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