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Attorney Jack Garson discusses how to get the most out of a joint venture while minimizing the risks.
Bethesda, Maryland (PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Joint ventures with other companies may seem like brilliant business opportunities to win new work with bigger clients, but they can also put a company at risk. In the event that a partnership turns sour, a business can be set up for disaster.
In his July 2014 Huffington Post article, Handcuffs or Rocket-Booster? Crafting Joint Venture Agreements that Launch Your Business Forward, attorney Jack Garson discusses how to get the most out of a joint venture agreement by understanding the risks and being prepared to spot trouble. Among Garsons top tips for entering a joint venture agreement:
According to Garson, the best way to protect a business is to make an agreement that can then be modified with each new partner. By establishing early on what a company wants out of a partnership, partners are more likely to solidify an agreement that benefits business and limits potential risk.
To read Jack Garsons entire article, Handcuffs or Rocket-Booster? Crafting Joint Venture Agreements that Launch Your Business Forward, visit the Huffington Post.
For media interviews with Jack Garson on this and other business-related topics, please contact Marc Silverstein at 202-716-9123 or at marc[at]onthemarcmedia[dot]com.
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