Challenges and Solutions for Teaming and Joint Ventures
June 6, 2007
Teaming agreements and joint ventures provide companies the opportunity to be more competitive by combining their complementary capabilities and resources. They are very common today; in fact, competition in the federal government marketplace is often based on the strengths and weaknesses of one team/joint venture versus another.
Teaming agreements and joint ventures present their own unique challenges. This seminar will identify and address these challenges and potential pitfalls, and also help companies navigate and leverage these strategic alliances in order to rely on them more effectively to win government contracts.
Attend this seminar to hear expert panel discussions on:
- Key advantages and disadvantages of teaming and joint ventures
- Navigating organizational conflicts of interest in joint ventures
- Structuring a joint venture for success and tips on how to avoid problem areas
- Past performance strategic considerations in joint ventures and teaming
- Special rules for teaming and joint ventures with small businesses and 8(a)s
- How to effectively structure agreements, including work sharing, enforceability, recoverability of B&P costs, and exclusivity/anti-competitive teaming
- Effects of teaming in mergers and acquisitions
George Ruttinger, Amy Laderberg, Jim Regan and Mitch Rabinowitz will be participating in this half-day seminar, which Crowell & Moring co-sponsored.
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