Harvey Jay Cohen leads Vienna Panel on Joint Ventures

October 22, 2015News Releases

Avoiding pitfalls and exploring alternative structures regarding cross-border joint ventures was a hot topic at this year’s International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Meeting in Vienna. Harvey Cohen co-chaired this well attended session with a top lawyer from Cuatrecasas, a leading firm in Spain. Lawyers from the Netherlands, Japan, Canada, Brazil, Germany, France and the U.S. participated. The three-hour panel covered a range of topics including dispute resolution/arbitration clauses, anti-trust issues and taxation. It also provided drafting and structuring pointers on key issues concerning business plans, governance and sales of interests of the joint venture itself. The interaction with the audience was lively and constant which led to great learning experience among all in attendance.

At Dinsmore, Cohen practices corporate law encompassing nearly every facet of domestic and international business. He routinely represents outbound U.S. businesses and inbound non-U.S.-owned entities. He chairs the firm’s International Business Practice Group and is the Vice Chair of the Closely Held and Growing Business Enterprises Committee of the International Bar Association (IBA). He also serves on the governing member Council of the IBA, the Global Voice of the Legal Profession. The IBA is the world’s leading organization of international legal practitioners, bar associations and law firms and its members include 55,000 individual lawyers and more than 190 bar associations, spanning over 160 countries.

Cohen has been selected by regional lawyers to Best Lawyers for Corporate Law and Information Technology Law. Cohen has received the highest possible peer rating for legal ability and ethics, AV preeminent, in Martindale-Hubbell for the last 16 consecutive years since he has been eligible and is recommended for Mergers, Acquisitions and Buyouts by The Legal 500 United States. He also has been selected for the Ohio Super Lawyers® List multiple times.