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Why Indemnification Provisions are Important

In entering into contracts almost every day, businesses of all sizes and in all industries frequently flip right past the indemnification, insurance and limitation of liability provisions as mere boilerplate. These risk allocation provisions can be as important as price and other deal terms, yet many lawyers and contract managers don’t understand the pitfalls and opportunities they present. If your job includes reviewing, drafting or negotiating contracts, you’ve probably seen these provisions. Are they boilerplate that you spend little time on? Do you fully understand exactly what they do? Do you negotiate or revise them? Read more here. If you would like more information on indemnity clauses, Ken is presenting the following webinars: Indemnification Provisions: When and How to Use Them June 22, 2017 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET Register online Discount Code: SPKR35 When and How to Use Indemnification Provisions July 25, 2017 1:00 PM - 2:30PM ET Register online Call: 866-352-9539 Discount code: G1205350 Priority code: 15999



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