Given the complexity of the team agreements and the above case law, it is important for an experienced lawyer to develop a team agreement to ensure that the agreement is clear and legally applicable. This model of agreement-making is established when two parties wish to work together to prepare and present an offer, the first part being the main contractor and the second part subcontractor. This model is intended to be used in a general business context. The proposal also contains a confidentiality agreement to protect the parties` proprietary information. If two or more companies are considering cooperating, companies must first decide what type of association agreement best serves their interests. Team agreements are generally considered in two fundamental categories: a joint venture agreement or a „prime contractor subcontractor“ agreement. Summary: This is a cooperation or cooperation agreement whereby two parties agree to cooperate to submit project proposals on the basis of the expertise of each party, in order to strengthen their capacity to secure projects. One part is the main contractor and the other a subcontractor, designated and agreed on the basis of the project. The general commitments of the parties are defined in the agreement taking into account specific commitments for each project in a separate timetable A joint venture agreement is reached when two or more companies form a new business entity to act as the principal contractor. This joint enterprise agreement includes shared control, shared ownership, common benefits and shared responsibility. Team agreements that are not comprehensive, final and clear enough may be considered unenforceable.

For example, the Florida courts have deemed team agreements to be „agreements of agreement“ and therefore unenforceable when the „agreement“ stipulates that the parties will enter into negotiations on a subcontract after the main contract is awarded. See Alpha Data Corp. v. HX5, L.C., 139 So.3d 907 (Fla. 1st DCA 2013) (on the grounds that the team agreement was an agreement that had to be reached because it contained a provision that the prime contractor „would make its best efforts to negotiate a sub-contract… 30 days after the contract is awarded“).