Peter S. Vogel & Chelsea Hilliard
As used in website development contracts, compensation is usually given to you in court if the vendor is later sued for use of technology such as intellectual property (IP) or services provided by the website development vendor. It has to do with whether or not to defend.
In some cases, well-crafted indemnification clauses can lead to third-party claims against users and vendors in proceedings resulting from breach of a website development agreement. Whether the proceedings are from a vendor or a third party, you want to know where the proverbial “dollar” stops when bills