Joint ventures are long-term ventures, and the partners need a solid contractual basis for their future cooperation. That’s why we anticipate potential areas of conflict and draft provisions that enable the partners not only to resolve disputes, but to distribute the profits appropriately and find the most advantageous solution overall.
Our clients benefit from our expertise in both M&A and corporate law, which we combine to find the right regulatory mechanisms in each case. With our tax expertise, we ensure the joint venture is structured in the client’s best tax interests. The members of our experienced Financial Advisory team are on hand to help with valuation matters, which often involve relative valuation.