Taking the Risk Out of Risk: An Indemnification Handbook
- George McKeegan, Esq.; William Ranieri, Esq.; Glenn Vallach, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
“Common Law” and “Implied” Indemnification / The “Master-Servant Doctrine” / The Statute of Limitations / Exercising Control / The Indemnitee’s Conduct/Misconduct / Common-Law Indemnification vs. Contractual Indemnification / Contractual Indemnification / New York General Obligations Law § 5-322.1
This book examines the concept of common law or implied indemnity, and indemnity arising from a contractual relationship. Indemnification generally involves the transfer of risk from one party to another.
The topics covered will be useful to a wide array of lawyers, legal scholars, and other practitioners or individuals dealing with indemnity issues. This is particularly true when determining, interpreting and/or clarifying the client’s rights and obligations in this area, thereby potentially streamlining or eliminating litigation.
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- June 12, 2019
- 94 pages