A Teaming Agreement is a contract between two or more entities to jointly tender for work to complete a service or other project together. 

A Teaming Agreement allows two businesses or parties to join their resources together for a specific project without having to establish another entity. 

By having a well-drafted Teaming Agreement, you can avoid disputes further down the track.

What Is Included In A Teaming Agreement?

Teaming Agreements typically address the following issues:

  • Parties’ rights
  • Parties’ obligations
  • How payment will be shared
  • Termination clauses
  • Dispute resolution clauses
  • Intellectual property ownership
  • Confidentiality 

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We specialise in drafting high quality contracts, and have assisted many businesses with Teaming Agreements. Don’t hesitate to contact us at team@sprintlaw.com.au or on 1800 730 617 for a free, no-obligations chat about your specific situation.

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