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Indemnification Provisions: Are Attorneys’ Fees (And Other Expenses) Incurred In Claims Between Contracting Parties Covered? - Part 4

USA - July 7 2016 As discussed in the prior posts in this series (see Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3), contracting parties often use indemnification provisions to allocate...

Peter Feist, Richard L. Levine.


Indemnification Provisions: Are Attorneys’ Fees (And Other Expenses) Incurred In Claims Between Contracting Parties Covered? - Part 3

USA - June 23 2016 In this third post of the series (see Part 1 and Part 2), we discuss how an indemnification provision can be drafted to cover direct claims by...

Peter Feist, Richard L. Levine.


Indemnification Provisions: Are Attorneys’ Fees (And Other Expenses) Incurred In Claims Between Contracting Parties Covered? - Part 2

USA - June 14 2016 In Part 1 of this post, we discussed the presumption under New York law that indemnification provisions only apply to third-party claims. As a result...

Peter Feist, Richard L. Levine.


Indemnification Provisions: Are Attorneys’ Fees (And Other Expenses) Incurred In Claims Between Contracting Parties Covered? - Part 1

USA - June 9 2016 In purchase agreements and other contracts, parties commonly use indemnification provisions to allocate the costs of future claims, including...

Peter Feist, Richard L. Levine.