Insurance, Contracts and Interoperability

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Insurance, Contracts and Interoperability

When insurance is intended to be the primary assurance that indemnification agreements are properly funded, it is critical that contract language is written in such a way that insurance policies are able to respond.

Crafting insurance and indemnification agreements is an art that involves understanding the nature of risks transferred, the nature of risks assumed and how to best protect a client from the legal and financial implications of those risks. It also requires an understanding of insurance policies and the type of coverage they can or cannot provide.

This article explores the issues and problems related to drafting insurance, indemnification and hold harmless agreements.


Lee Hoffman


Lee M. Hoffman & Associates, LLC