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Joint Ventures vs Licensing. What are the Issues?

30.01.2012

The UIA is proud to present its Tel Aviv seminar on “Joint Ventures vs Licensing”. This seminar is organised with the support of the Israel Bar Association.

The programme is  available on the UIA website .
 
"The best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself ".
(General Douglas MacArthur)

But when it comes to joint ventures and licensing agreements, arguably there is no such thing as luck. Instead the choice is to get it right or wrong.

However, getting it right is not an easy task. All too often mistakes are made, not least when lawyers seek to meet the deadlines imposed by their clients. 

This seminar will examine the issues with which you will have to grapple as you assist your client in putting in place a joint venture or a licence agreement - and first and foremost helping the client decide which is better given their business objective.

The seminar will provide insight into the considerations to be made in relation to the form of the joint venture and the terms of the licence agreement. More specific questions such as competition law, the impact of public procurement, and the consequences of termination will be considered by expert speakers and in-house counsel who will draw on their vast experiences - good and bad!

According to the bible, a land flowing with milk and honey. But today’s Israel is better known for having the highest number of PhDs per capita of any country in the world. Unsurprisingly Israel also has a large number of lawyers per capita! Two very good reasons for attending this first UIA meeting in Tel Aviv!

The Seminar is a one and a half day event (Thursday, the whole day and Friday morning), and in the best UIA tradition, the participants are offered the opportunity to get together on the evening of the day before (Wednesday, March 28) for the welcome cocktail, hosted by the Israel Bar Association

The seminar will be held in English, without simultaneous translation.

The seminar will allow participants to establish new valuable contacts as well as to visit and discover Tel Aviv
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Join us in Tel Aviv: we look forward to welcoming you there!

 
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