In this scenario, a staffing firm is close to winning a valuable new contract with a quickly growing manufacturing company—but now the prospective client has asked the firm to sign a “standard” agreement that would indemnify the client against various types of liability. Bad idea? Or no big deal?
Signing client indemnity agreements can be risky. In the Law and You article “Navigating Risky Client Agreements,” ASA general counsel Stephen Dwyer reviews why staffing firms are not insurers and what you can do to protect your business.
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