In our two-part podcast series, our global Corporate and Securities Litigation (CaSL) team discuss some practical tips and guidance on terminating Joint Ventures. They give a global overview on the current business climate on joint ventures, what characteristics successful joint ventures have and also which legal steps need to be considered in case the joint venture needs to be terminated. Our global CaSL group has extensive experience in all kinds of corporate and securities litigation. Our European, Asian and U.S. practices are trusted advisors in their markets.
In today’s episode, we will discuss the different phases of joint ventures and also where things can go wrong. Our Hogan Lovells partners Olaf Gaertner and Jon Talotta, who together are leading the global CaSL group, will discuss the pitfalls they’ve witnessed that can potentially lead to problems later down the road. In addition, they will discuss the current business climate for Joint Ventures and reasons for which companies all over the world are considering JVs as a way to generate more business.
In part two of the discussion around Joint Ventures, Hogan Lovells partners Antonia Croke and Richard Lawton, both members of the CaSL steering committee, will give answers to the question of what happens with a Joint Venture when the relationship deteriorates and it is no longer “love at first sight”. They will give insight into how to effectively terminate your agreement and come out of it relatively unscathed.
Authored by Olaf Gärtner, Jon Talotta, Antonia Croke, and Richard Lawton.
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