Partnership and Joint Development Agreements
As business projects get larger, technology more expensive, and the costs of failure too large to be borne alone, businesses feel the need to work with joint developments, also known as joint ventures. In increasing numbers, businesses have been reaching beyond national boundaries in an effort to locate new opportunities for growth, new markets, and new venture capital. Typically, applicable state laws and statutes to business joint ventures will include commerce laws, contract labor laws, and corporate laws of the individual state. Cleantech Law Partners assists its clients in drafting appropriate contracts, advising the parties on their respective responsibilities, litigation support, resolve issues with a joint venture agreements and affiliation, and avoid the possibility of fraud charges and investigation.