Many projects are undertaken by way of a Joint Venture Agreement. Having a proper understanding and appreciation of Joint Venture is critical for many organizations today.
In this workshop, participants will be given practical pointers and tips on how Joint Venture agreements must be secured when dealing with its finalization. This workshop will consist of practical discussion, case studies and negotiation exercises to better illustrate to participants on how Joint Venture Agreement can be secured.
- The Key Points in Joint Venture Agreements
- The key aspect of due diligence in Joint Venture agreements
- Key contract terms in a Joint Venture Agreement.
- Role of insurance in contracts Joint Venture Agreement
- Exits and termination – What to do if things go wrong
- Limiting liability in a procurement agreement
- Key pointers for handling negotiations and dealing with Compliance and regulatory issues
- What are the essential considerations when entering into a joint venture?
- The art of negotiating Joint Venture Agreement in Asia
- The Governing law clause and Arbitration
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Mechanism
Who Should Attend
Senior management executives, contract managers, programme liaison managers, project management teams, finance and banking executives/advisors.
LLB (Honours), University of London
Master of Business Administration (MBA), Victoria University
David Shanmugam has many years of legal practice in the private sector and is presently working in a legal firm. He is also an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore.
He regularly conducts legal seminars and workshops for Directors, HR and Finance professionals on business and company law as well as various practical legal issues faced by corporate individuals. His forte is in the field of corporate and commercial drafting of contracts, including commercial company matters. Over the years, he has also conducted many in-house training for high profile corporate clients.
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