Tag Archives: Indemnification

Determining if a county is obligated to provide for the defense and indemnification a county officer named as a defendant in a lawsuit against the County

Determining if a county is obligated to provide for the defense and indemnification a county officer named as a defendant in a lawsuit against the County  Dunn v County of Niagara, 2018 NY Slip Op 03271, Appellate Division, Fourth DepartmentDanny … Continue reading

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Quick Hits – Sex on duty, indemnification, grievance timelines and court actions

Sex on duty and the termination of two police officersTwo San Antonio police officers were placed on indefinite suspension (essentially dismissed) after allegations that they had engaged in sexual relations while on duty and a claim that one had "taunted" … Continue reading

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Limits on Indemnification and Advancement for Delaware Corporations

Paul Lockwood Arthur Bookout Among the most crucial issues in the world of directors and officers liability are the related questions of indemnification and advancement. Since so many companies are incorporated in Delaware, the laws of indemnification and advancement in … Continue reading

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Determining if a police officer acted within the scope of his or her employment for the purposed of the employer providing for defense and indemnification

Determining if a police officer acted within the scope of his or her employment for the purposed of the employer providing for defense and indemnification Lemma v Nassau County Police Officer Indem. Bd., 2018 NY Slip Op 04382, Court of … Continue reading

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Baskets and caps: limits to indemnification obligations

Indemnification provisions are among the most highly negotiated provisions in private M&A transactions. These provisions set out the terms and conditions under which one party will be required to indemnify the other party for any losses the other party may … Continue reading

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