The MoFo Impact team recently published two articles in the Daily Journal on legal forms for social enterprises. The first article, “Leveraging Corporate Structure for Impact,” summarizes the different forms that entrepreneurs and investors alike should consider to help save our planet and improve the lives of the people on it. In “10 Considerations for Your Social Enterprise’s Legal Form,” we explain how to find the right organizational structure for a social enterprise to maximize its business opportunities and impact goals.
Susan Mac Cormac
Susan “Suz” Mac Cormac is Co-chair of the firm’s Impact, Energy, and Cleantech Groups. Her work focuses on advising innovative sustainable companies and investors, with particular expertise on ensuring investments have positive impact through use of new corporate forms, hybrids, alternative debt and equity instruments and disclosure. More ›
Jesse Finfrock is an associate in the San Francisco office of Morrison & Foerster and is a member of the firm’s Corporate Group who counsels social enterprises and impact investors. More ›