Bring together two or more organisations in a JV partnership presents lots of challenges, not least those that involve the alignment of cultures and processes.
But there are also legal issues, so having someone alongside you who knows the ins and outs of joint venture partnerships from a legal perspective can be invaluable.
The Virtual In-House Solicitor (VIHS) team will help you to understand the best way to proceed, and assist you with the necessary legal documentation.
Taking a planned approach will help you to ensure that the new joint venture gets off to the best possible start, and has the best possible chance of long-term success, but you also need to be aware of the implications, so that the decisions you take will be in the best interests of all concerned. Above all, we will help you to make sure any actions are legally-compliant and binding..
VIHS provided excellent support and legal advice when we worked with another company to launch a new product. We are planning a number of new ventures next year, and look forward to working with the expertise and support of VIHS on these.
Director, food importer
If you need assistance with any aspect of joint venture projects, we’re here to help
No matter what the purpose of your joint venture, we’ll help you to understand the regulations and any legal implications.
At VIHS, our services include:
As an owner or director in a company, you may have various statutory duties; you are obliged to run your organisation in accordance with current legislation, and avoidance or ignorance of these regulations could result in serious fines and other sanctions.
We’re here to provide that necessary legal insight, as and when you need it. Ours is a flexible law advisory service that has been designed to meet your needs and obligations, at costs that you might find more manageable.
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To find out more about any of the services we offer, just click on the links to the corporate law services pages, or contact Erika Moralez-Perez on 01923 587 318 or email firstname.lastname@example.org