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A joint venture is a commercial arrangement between two or more participants who agree to cooperate to achieve a particular objective. JMW can assist you with the drawing up of well-drafted, well thought-through documentation to provide your business with greater certainty and help you obtain the benefits and revenues that are anticipated.
Whatever your size, structure or reason to set up a joint venture, our specialist solicitors have the knowledge and skills you need to protect your interests and get the most out of the arrangement. We can offer expert advice to make sure any agreement fulfils your objectives and meets your specific needs.
Find out more about how our expert team can help you and your business by getting in touch. Either call us on 0345 872 6666 or complete our online enquiry form and we will call you back at the earliest possible opportunity.
Joint ventures often involve businesses coming together to achieve a common goal. The team at JMW will make sure any agreement is beneficial for all involved and is in every side's best interests. We will ensure that you fully understand the deal and know what it is expected to achieve and what is expected of you.
Elements of a joint venture agreement can include:
- Financial contributions of each side
- Profits and losses
- Ownership of any intellectual property emerging from the joint venture
- The sharing of liabilities
Why Choose JMW?
JMW is able to help regardless of the size of your business and the intricacies of any proposed deals. We can assist with all related documentation, giving you peace of mind that everything is being taken care of correctly and efficiently.
Joint ventures cover a wide range of collaborative business arrangements that involve differing degrees of integration and which may be for a fixed or indefinite duration.
The structure most appropriate for any particular venture will be dependent upon:
- The size of the joint venture participants
- Their respective objectives
- Legal issues
- Competition issues
Our corporate team regularly advises on the following:
- Shareholders' agreements
- Corporate and partnership joint venture structures
- Articles of association
- Contractual or cooperation agreements
- Due diligence
- Minority protections
- Service level agreements
- Advice on exits
- Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006 (TUPE) and employment law issues