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    Real Estate Joint Ventures Series

    12 PM GMT

    Real estate joint ventures come in countless shapes and sizes, with significant variation in the goals and purposes of each joint venture. From the location of the real estate investments, to a client’s relative level of sophistication, even for the most seasoned counsel, creating a joint venture can pose unique legal challenges. Structuring the joint venture to a client’s specifications requires specific attention to issues such as promote hurdles, guaranty obligations and transfer restrictions. And what happens when the parties’ visions change and they no longer have the same goals? As lawyers charged with responsibility for drafting and interpreting the joint venture agreement, the final product must mirror the deal struck by the parties, while also protecting the client’s interests.

    This two-part series will tackle important issues common to structuring and negotiating a real estate joint venture and provide in-depth coverage of possible exit mechanisms and dispute resolution provisions.
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    Mar 07 - Apr 04, 2018

    2018-03-07T12:00:00.000Z 2018-04-04T13:30:00.000Z Real Estate Joint Ventures Series
    Real estate joint ventures come in countless shapes and sizes, with significant variation in the goals and purposes of each joint venture. From the location of the real estate investments, to a client’s relative level of sophistication, even for the most seasoned counsel, creating a joint venture can pose unique legal challenges. Structuring the joint venture to a client’s specifications requires specific attention to issues such as promote hurdles, guaranty obligations and transfer restrictions. And what happens when the parties’ visions change and they no longer have the same goals? As lawyers charged with responsibility for drafting and interpreting the joint venture agreement, the final product must mirror the deal struck by the parties, while also protecting the client’s interests.

    This two-part series will tackle important issues common to structuring and negotiating a real estate joint venture and provide in-depth coverage of possible exit mechanisms and dispute resolution provisions.

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