Pub­lic-pub­lic part­ner­ships and pub­lic-private part­ner­ships

Clear and balanced agreements are paramount

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Designing and structuring the desired partnerships

Practice shows that government organisations and public enterprises have a need for various forms of cooperation. This may concern one-off initiatives on the basis of a cooperation agreement, but also structural forms of cooperation such as joint schemes or a joint venture company with a private party.


When entering into partnerships, clear and balanced agreements are paramount: not just agreements about the cooperation itself, but also agreements for the event that the parties no longer wish to cooperate at a certain point in time. Our involvement in the public sector means we are used to working in a political and administrative context and we regularly advise government organisations and public companies on the design and structuring of the desired cooperation.

“We are used to allowing the administrative context take the lead, also in complex legal processes.”