11 April 2014

Joint ventures: a bird’s-eye view of practical aspects

Companies that share a common goal concerning some part of their business and are considering collaborating can enter into a joint venture. This then raises very many commercial and legal questions, which creates a challenging and interesting environment for the lawyers who guide this process.

Agreements made within the framework of the answers to these questions are included in the contract between the JV partners, usually a joint venture agreement (JVA) or a shareholders’ agreement (SHA).

In this article Pierre Nijnens, Klaas de Vries and Ellen Gerretsen elaborate on these questions.

Source: Onderneming en Financiering 2013 (21) 3

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To read the article click here. The article is available in Dutch only.

 

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