This Course Collaboration Agreement is a legal contract template perfect for outlining the responsibilities and expectations when two (or more) course collaborators work together to produce an online digital course or in-person workshop and don’t plan on setting up a separate business entity for the project (at least not yet!) This Agreement helps set out this tricky joint venture relationship and how the intellectual property, profits, expenses, and liability will work between the parties. This agreement is perfect for:
Online or digital courses created by multiple authors, experts or collaborators
Joint in-person workshops or seminars
Virtual workshops and seminars with multiple participants that will share revenues and expenses
Two or more individuals who want to do a joint-venture but are not ready to form a new company or business entity
And if you are participating in a course with someone else and someone sends YOU a contract or agreement or has you agree to some terms and conditions with a click-wrap box, make sure it has some of the same language that this one has (or negotiate for it!). If the mastermind host doesn’t have a contract, offer to send one over and feel confident that the terms are clear and fair to you both!
Jurisdiction: This template adheres to the US principles of contract law and is designed for those doing business in the United States. While similar principles may apply in your jurisdiction, please consult with a local attorney. Some provisions may not be applicable in your state, particularly with regards to non-competition/non-solicitation clauses. Please consult with a local attorney if you have any business-specific questions.
Disclaimer: The template includes instructions to customize the form for your particular business and creative needs. While this is an attorney-drafted document, the online landscape changes quickly and decisively and nothing in this transaction or document establishes an attorney-client relationship. If you have questions about the contract terms and whether it fits your specific vision, operations or strategy -- please contact an attorney who practices in this area. Brittany Ratelle LLC is NOT a law firm and cannot offer you legal advice in applying this document to your particular fact situation. The information offered on CreativeContracts.co or BrittanyRatelle.com should be considered informational only and is NOT LEGAL ADVICE.