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CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang, advokáti, v.o.s. CMS was among the first foreign law firms to open in the Czech Republic in 1991. Having more than 25 years of experience in the local market, CMS offers a full range of commercial legal services and extensive experience and knowledge of the local landscape. We have a team of over 40 Czech and internationally qualified lawyers based in our Prague office. Whether you plan to conduct a transaction or conclude a commercial agreement under Czech or English law, we have the resources available ‘on the ground’ to staff it locally. Our practice groups have advised on some of the highest profile transactions in the financial services, TMC, energy, consumer products, automotive, lifesciences and real estate sectors in the Czech Republic. We strive to develop strong, long-term relationships with our clients and pride ourselves on the fact that many of our transactional clients retain us for on-going legal work and strategic projects for many years after the initial instruction. If you need legal support in the Czech Republic, be it on the expansion of your business through an acquisition or greenfield investment, complex regulatory issues or your day-to-day business operations, please contact one of our team.
YOUR WORLD FIRST Every day your world is changing – presenting new challenges, new risks – but also new opportunities. CMS has more than 4,500 law and tax experts based across over 70 international offices, who help organisations thrive in changing times. In a competitive legal market, we stand apart through our deep commitment to understanding our clients’ business and the sectors and countries in which we operate. Through our technical rigour, strategic expertise and deep focus on building long-term partnerships, we are committed to putting our clients and their business success first.
ADVISING ON HEADLINE TRANSACTIONS AND CASES Corporate / M & A Advent International on the CEE aspects of the acqui-
sition of the Zentiva portfolio in multiple jurisdictions across Europe. Liberty Global on the Czech, Hungarian and Romanian aspects of Vodafone’s acquisition of Liberty Global’s European assets. Mid Europa Partners on the sale of Alpha Medical and AeskuLab businesses in Slovakia and the Czech Republic to Unilabs, the largest healthcare transaction in Central Europe since 2008. Clarion Capital Partners on the USD 320m sale of Moravia IT to UK listed language support company RWS.