Before doing business in Colombia foreign business owners should secure basic legal documents that serve to protect their interests even as they minimize overall risk.
From confidentiality agreements and powers of attorney to non-disclosure agreements and letters of intent, our Commercial Law Practice Group provides comprehensive assistance in the following areas of law:
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Letters of Intent:
Negotiating and drafting non-binding and legally binding Letters of Intent (“Cartas de Intención”) in anticipation of future business transactions including, but not limited to property purchases, stock purchases, asset purchases, mergers and other transactions.
Memorandum of Understanding:
Negotiating and drafting Memorandum of Understanding agreements (“Memorandos de Entendimiento”) in anticipation of a future business transaction.
Negotiating and drafting Non-Disclosure Agreements (“Acuerdos de No Divulgación”) that allow parties to review confidential documentation and information of a counterparty in anticipation of a future business transaction.
Negotiating and drafting Confidentiality Agreements (“Acuerdos de Confidencialidad”) that allow parties to review confidential documentation and information of a counterparty in anticipation of a future business transaction or in connection with an existing business agreement.
Powers of Attorney:
Drafting General Powers of Attorney (“Poderes Generales”) and Special Powers of Attorney (“Poderes Especiales”) granting a third party authority to act on behalf of the party executing the power of attorney in anticipation of a future business transaction or a civil/legal process.