Rethinking net contribution, Indemnity insurance guidance

Rethinking Net Contribution?

We all know that so-called net contribution clauses are a ‘good thing’. Over the years, we’ve all heard of them, either from colleagues, friends in the industry or our legal teams. Whichever way, the idea has always been that it should form an important part of limiting a consultant’s liability and, if we can, getting a net contribution clause into our professional appointments or warranties is going to be smiled upon by our risk management teams.

Rethinking Net Contribution

This guidance note is bound to interest all involved in the negotiation of appointment documents. In addition to giving judicial approval to the principle of net contribution, the guidance note highlights some old and new arguments for their inclusion in appointment documentation.

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  • What a net contribution clause does
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  • The CIC Model Form for use in appointment documents

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