Nature of practice and clients
CMS provides clients with specialist, business-focused advice in law and tax matters. Our 3,000 legal professionals across the world, working in sector-based teams and trained in project management, are focused on our clients and fulfilling their objectives. CMS lawyers operate in 59 offices worldwide, offering real-world advice to clients operating in a challenging business climate and a fast-changing regulatory environment.
As a leading provider of solutions for legal and tax issues in Europe, China and other emerging markets, we are committed to the highest quality of service, to the interests of our clients and to the development of our people. Our approach is rooted in knowledge of industry sectors and our clients’ specific businesses, and is aimed at finding commercially viable results and solutions for clients.
We understand the unique needs and challenges of each market sector and the importance of providing a tailored service to all our clients addressing their specific concerns and requirements. Our paramount concern is to add real value to our clients’ undertakings. In doing so, we focus on building long-term relationships with clients.
We also know that to add value our clients expect that we will not merely offer legal analysis. Our advice often goes beyond legal and taxation aspects as we strive to provide an insight into the business implications of legal decisions, corporate culture and specifics of local business approaches.
CMS, China2801 Plaza 66, Tower 21266 Nanjing Road WestShanghai, 200040People’s Republic of ChinaT+86 21 6289 6363F+86 21 6289 0731
CMS, ChinaRoom 1901, Building ASanlitun SOHO CentreChaoyang DistrictBeijing, 100027People’s Republic of ChinaT+86 10 8527 0259F+86 10 8590 0831
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