10 Considerations for Your Social Enterprise’s Legal Form

Daily Journal

12 Aug 2019
Reprinted with permission.

A company’s legal structure establishes the framework and governing rules for operations and growth, which can have a material impact on the ability to balance social, humanitarian, and/or environmental goals with financial sustainability.

In their article for the Daily Journal, titled “10 Considerations for Your Social Enterprise’s Legal Form,” Morrison & Foerster partner Suz Mac Cormac and associate Jesse Finfrock, with impact analyst Jennifer Caballero, explain how to find the right organizational structure so a social enterprise can maximize both its business opportunities and its impact goals.

Read the full article.



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