Agreement To Indemnify
13.1 Obligations relating to the notification and defense of claims and cooperation (may be added to any compensation at the request of the Promoter or at the discretion of the Promoter). 13.2 Limited sponsor`s compensation for the use of the study drug in very dangerous procedures such as bone marrow transplants. 13.3 Sponsor`s insurance coverage (may be added to any indemnification). 13.4 Self-insurance (may be added to any indemnity). 13.5 When the Promoter insists on a time limit on its indemnification obligations. 8. Exemption – For use in patent and technology licensing agreements. As with any other form of insurance, liability insurance covers compensation costs, including court fees, costs and comparisons, but not limited. The amount covered by insurance depends on the specific agreement and the cost of insurance depends on many factors, including the history of claims. g.
The Sponsor must have been immediately informed in writing of any adverse reactions that occurred during the investigation, as well as any claim or legal action against the institution, the system, its regents, senior management, staff, representatives and members of the Institutional Review Board regarding the investigation. The Institution authorizes, at its discretion, the Promoter to settle all claims or action indemnified by the Promoter under this Agreement, with the agreement of the System and the institution whose authorization is not inappropriately denied, and, subject to the legal obligation of the Attorney General of Texas, it accepts full control of such defense by the Promoter. Where the Proponent has obtained written approval of the Bid by the Applicant and the Institution or System does not approve the Bid within ten (10) days of its notification to the Institute and the System, or such shorter period as may be necessary to obtain such an agreement (the “Approval Period”), the Proponent`s undertaking, Continue to defend such claim or legal action and maintain the Institute free, The system, its regents, senior managers, collaborators, representatives and members of the Institutional Review Board end at the end of the approval period. Such claims or actions may not be settled without the prior written consent of the Promoter and the Promoter is not responsible for any attorneys` fees or other costs not provided for in this Agreement; Currently, 42 states have some sort of state legislation that limits the inclusion of indemnification clauses or agreements. While these clauses are not restricted, the courts have held that indemnification clauses must be expressed in clear and clear terms (Maine) or “very clearly intentional” (Nevada). The exemption is a contractual agreement between two parties. In this agreement, one party agrees to pay for any loss or damage caused by another party. A typical example is an insurance contract in which the insurer or taxable person undertakes to compensate the other (insured or liable for compensation) for damage or loss in return for the premiums paid by the insured to the insurer. . . .