International Joint Venture Agreements And Disputes
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A joint venture occurs when two or more people or business entities decide to get together for a project, not a long-term business. A joint venture is designed to share the profit or loss in accordance with the agreement and can allow parties to pool resources and expertise for a project. Joint venture agreements are drafted to cover as many aspects of the relationship as possible, and when drafted well, may prevent disputes from occurring down the line.
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At the law firm of Greenspan & Greenspan P.C. in New York, we provide assistance for businesses in international joint venture agreements, including the drafting of those agreements and representation for disputes that arise out of joint ventures. For more than 50 years, we have assisted businesses large and small with international business law issues and have helped our clients achieve their goals in a timely and effective manner.
New York International Joint Venture Agreements
When drafting international joint venture agreements, it is important to identify issues such as:
- The project of the venture
- The object of the joint venture
- The contribution and involvement of each party
- Term and duration for which the venture will exist
- Provisions for management and performance of joint venture obligations
- Allocation of revenues and expenses from the project
These and other issues are important to discuss and agree on prior to the conclusion of a joint venture agreement. It is important to seek proper legal advice to protect financial interests and to have an experienced attorney if contract litigation becomes necessary.
Joint Venture Agreements And Disputes For International Clients
Contact the lawyers at Greenspan & Greenspan P.C. to discuss joint venture agreements and disputes for international clients. Schedule an initial consultation and discuss your situation.
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