Nonprofit Collaboration Agreements, Contracts, and MOUs
Are you thinking about joining forces with another organization for a special project, cause, or service? Are you thinking about developing a strategic alliance? These forms of collaboration may require a legal contract.
John Marzulli and Stephen Besen, both partners in the Mergers and Acquisitions division of Shearman & Sterling LLP, address the main technicalities that you need to know about when putting your collaboration into writing. They explain the difference between a legal contract, a letter of intent, and a memorandum of understanding, and tell us what information needs to be included in each type of document.
This program was presented in collaboration with New York Lawyers for the Public Interest.
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