Drafting Joint Venture Documents
NOTE: This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for mandatory “On-demand” CLE Credit. Members are only permitted to earn up to 6 credit hours per year from “On-demand” programs.
CLE CREDIT: This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 1 on demand hours of mandatory CLE credit, including 0 hours of ethics.
TUITION: Registration for the On Demand program is $50.
NOTE: This program is not approved for Texas credit. The Texas Bar will not permit members to submit online programs for Texas credit.
CHECKPOINTS: This program will contain random checkpoints. In order to submit credit for this program, you must confirm your presence at the checkpoints. If you do not meet the checkpoint requirement you may not receive credit for the live program. The checkpoint submission is entirely dependent on your successful completion of the system check.
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General Counsel, The NORDAM Group, Tulsa
Law Partner, Davis Graham & Stubbs, Denver
This program introduces you to the principal documentation used in business joint ventures. In addition to learning how to ask the right questions so you can focus on solving the right problems when you document the deal, you will learn about how to draft for things you will almost assuredly find during due diligence, how to draft for the closing, and how to be a "deal maker" instead of a "deal breaker." Finally, you will learn what to worry less about than you might think at first.
Mr. Al Givray <<firstname.lastname@example.org>> is a partner in the Denver law firm of Davis Graham & Stubbs. He is also General Counsel of The NORDAM Group, Inc., headquartered in Tulsa. For 36 years, Mr. Givray has devoted his legal work to aviation: the acquisition and divestiture of aviation businesses and assets; the formation of aviation joint ventures; the development, certification, manufacture, sale, maintenance, repair, and overhaul of aviation products; the leasing and financing of helicopters and fixed-wing aircraft; and aviation litigation – all inside and outside the United States. Mr. Givray holds his J.D. and M.B.A degrees from the Cornell Law School and Cornell’s Johnson Graduate School of Management, as well as his B.S. in Engineering from Cornell’s School of Operations Research. He has also been named in Best Lawyers in America--Aviation. As Mr. Givray likes to say, "If it flies and it's not a bird, we can do the legal work."