Joint venture lawyers

There are many reasons that individuals and companies choose to enter into a joint venture arrangement including the development of products and services, business expansion and accessing new markets, both nationally and internationally.

No two joint ventures are the same and we understand that careful planning is required to provide bespoke solutions. Our joint venture lawyers help to create a structure to meet not only the legal but also the operational, funding and tax objectives of those involved.

From formation to exit, we will become a part of your joint venture

Our specialist lawyers know that entering into a joint venture is a major strategic decision. One that offers you vital opportunities, but also exposes you to potential risks. When working with us you collaborate with experts across our firm, as well as accountants and other strategic advisers, to give you the commercial advice that you need to make your joint venture a success.

We provide advice and assistance on the formation of joint ventures, their performance and the exit requirements of the participants. We work with all parties to ensure that the sharing of resources and knowledge is balanced appropriately, and the risks and rewards are divided in a way that both protects and benefits.

We will identify and advise on the likely areas of future disputes and suggest the mechanisms to put in place to avoid and resolve them to everybody’s satisfaction.


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