In increasingly globalized markets, more and more lawyers are facing the challenge of the new era of partnerships in a highly competitive global business world. The work on joint venture structures, which have been set up in many jurisdictions, is an interesting challenge for the Bar. This publication should therefore serve as a guide for lawyers involved in this type of transaction and who should have an overview of the most relevant legal issues they may encounter in another jurisdiction. International Joint Ventures is a survey-based publication designed to help U.S. business attorneys advise clients in international transactions and prepare transactions between U.S. companies and foreign joint ventures. Experienced practitioners from companies around the world have developed a flexible but relatively uniform method of thinking about topics specific to international joint ventures. The result is a reference work intended to serve as a starting point for illustrating effective agreements. A questionnaire was used by each of the contributing companies in 40 jurisconsultations around the world.

For the purposes of the questionnaire, the joint venture between a US company and an enterprise is considered to be within your jurisdiction and that the investment of the US company may lead to the acquisition of a majority or minority stake. The ABA Model Joint Venture Agreement (JVA) will serve as the basis for the joint venture. The local entity will contribute assets in relation to the relevant sector of activity and will continue its other activities. Mergers: how remedies are handled in different legal systems Session 2. Latin America is an important magnet for international investors and business groups. These include many U.S. NCMs that have their operations in the region either. Remedies have become one of the most relevant issues in the management of merger control cases.

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