Avoid Unenforceable “Agreements to Agree”

Denise GillinUncategorized

In the construction industry, we see a growing trend of contractors, subcontractors and designers collaborating to pursue large construction contracts. Among many benefits, these collaborations enable companies to pursue projects that would otherwise be too large by combining their resources and skill sets with compatible partners. The terms of these collaborations are often outlined in “teaming agreements,” which define the relationships, rights and responsibilities of both parties during both the pursuit of the contract and, if the contract is awarded, performance of the project.

However, what happens when one of the parties breaks the terms of that teaming agreement?

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