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hello i'm kent holland it is a pleasure to be with you today i am the founder and principal of construction risk llc and i am presenting this workshop today on behalf of aepronet and this is entitled indemnification negotiating a reasonable clause the first thing i'd like to do is just put up on a slide here an example of a typical clause that we might find for indemnification in a design professional contract and then i'm going to break this clause down and show you how we would recommend to our clients that they redline this to make these changes to make it more insurable this started off by saying that you're going to defend indemnify and protect you're also going to save harmless the owner and its agents and representatives now what we'll do is let's look at revising the first few lines add a parenthetical saying except against professional liability claims with regard to defend because there's no professional liability coverage for that defense obligation well we leave the word d...