Indemnification Language and Your Site – Burdens, Obligations, and Benefits - Society for Clinical Research Sites – SCRS

Indemnification Language and Your Site – Burdens, Obligations, and Benefits

$79.00 (Non-Member Price)
$0.00 (SCRS members – Included as member benefit, no additional cost)

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Course description
Indemnification language is contract language that can provide your site with a benefit or a burden, depending on how it’s written. This presentation will talk briefly about the contract, with specific focus on indemnification language, what it means, and how to navigate negotiation of this important contractual element.

Learning Objectives

  1. Understand what indemnification language is, and how it impacts you.
  2. When properly written, indemnification language can be helpful to the site.
  3. Understand your obligation and learn how to effectively negotiate this important contract language.

Gary L. Yingling
Senior Counsel
Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP

Gary L. Yingling draws on his experience as a former US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) lawyer to advise individuals, partnerships, and corporations in matters involving new drug applications, food ingredient marketing, product labeling, importation, regulatory marketing strategy, recalls, seizures, and criminal matters. His practice focuses on food and drug industry issues, with a particular interest in clinical research, contract research organization, and sponsor matters. Clients seek his advice on matters ranging from ingredient safety questions and product labeling to the preparation of New Drug Applications (NDA) and GRAS Notifications.


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