Real Estate Private Equity Joint Ventures -- Key Terms


Dominic DiPuccio

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Dominic DiPuccio, chair of Taft's Mergers and Acquisitions group, will present a high level overview of material terms and conditions of joint ventures between commercial real estate sponsors and real estate private equity funds. The overview will address common market structures of JVs, relative capital contributions between JV Partners, distribution waterfall provisions, management provisions and fund oversight, and default provisions and remedies.

Speaker Biography

Dominic DiPuccio is chair of Taft's Mergers and Acquisitions group. Dominic focuses his practice on mergers and acquisitions, public and private equity and debt securities offerings and joint ventures. He represents entrepreneurs, emerging-growth and seasoned companies (public and private), investors, venture capital and private equity funds, and real estate sponsors in a wide variety of corporate finance and joint venture transactions. Dominic counsels buyers and sellers on all aspects of mergers and acquisitions and capital raises, including due diligence, letters of intent, deal structures, pricing alternatives, negotiations, documentation, and closings. He represents public companies in public offerings and the SEC registration process, tender and exchange offers, reporting requirements, proxy disclosure issues, and anti-takeover strategies. He advises investment-banking firms on underwriting, FINRA matters, fairness opinions, and related compliance matters. Dominic also counsels companies, investors, and real estate sponsors in a wide variety of private financings, including private placements, angel funding, venture capital, private equity, joint ventures, historic tax credits and preservation easement financings, fund formation, and traditional bank lending.

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Center for Business Law & Regulation

Subject Headings

real estate private equity joint ventures; real estate and private equity; real estate and joint ventures; joint ventures between commercial real estate sponsors; real estate private equity funds; common market structures of joint ventures; relative capital contributions between joint ventures partners; distribution waterfall provisions; management provisions and fund oversight; default provisions and remedies


CWRU Law virtual event

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