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Joint ventures and other teaming arrangements can help a small business gain access to better technology, management, and distribution systems by sharing risks and costs with a larger company. In turn, through a teaming arrangement, a large business can access new customers and markets that may be only set aside for special types of small businesses. Lawyers at The Nevarez Law Firm can assist your firm in forming a successful teaming arrangement to achieve both goals.
Our Firm has developed substantial experience forming and working with joint ventures and other teaming arrangements in both the private and Government sector. While working at the National Headquarters offices of the U.S. Coast Guard and the U.S. Small Business Administration in Washington, DC, our founder, Mr. Nevarez, reviewed numerous joint venture agreements in order to determine whether the teaming agreements complied with Federal regulatory requirements. As a practicing attorney in the private sector, Mr. Nevarez put together several joint venture teaming agreements, including a few complex, multi-firm teaming agreements involving large, multi-billion dollar companies such as SAIC and DynCorp.
The experience of Mr. Nevarez extends beyond merely preparing the joint venture teaming agreements. For example, with regard to teaming agreements with multi-billion dollar companies such as SAIC and DynCorp, Mr. Nevarez not only negotiated and fashioned the written agreements, he also supervised putting together the team’s proposal, and served as the main contact for all written and oral discussions with the government, and within the team. In the case of the teaming agreements with SAIC and DynCorp, Mr. Nevarez was also charged by the team members with making the team presentation during oral discussions with the Government. And because much of the information was either confidential or classified in the case of the teaming agreements with SAIC and DynCorp, Mr. Nevarez was also charged with the fiduciary duty of maintaining the security and confidentiality of much of the proposal’s data, both from public disclosure, as well as from unauthorized access by other team members.