6. Compensation — For use in equipment transfer contracts, university transfer. 5. Compensation – A standard compensation, except that the promoter limits liability to charges of bodily harm or death and imposes several conditions on his obligation to compensate: (1) the proper performance of the study, (2) notification and (3) the right to control of the defence. The allowance also gives the university the right to choose its own board. 13.1 Obligations to notify and defend claims and cooperation (may be added to any compensation at the sponsor`s request or at the discretion of the item). 13.2 A limited repair for sponsors if the study drug is to be used in high-risk procedures such as bone marrow transplants. 13.3 Sponsor`s insurance coverage (may be added to any compensation). 13.4 Self-insurance (may be added to any compensation). 13.5 If the sponsor insists on a time limit on its compensation obligations. Employers rarely accept the removal of the compensation clause, but if we look at the agreement, we will look at ways to ensure that the risk to you will be minimized, since the agreement may be poorly worded and results in an unnecessary tax burden, and they will also require that you be notified, if necessary, of liability within the meaning of the clause. 10. Compensation – This is a detailed and highly negotiated compensation that contains conditions that should only be accepted if the promoter insists on it.
These conditions should be seen as examples of what is acceptable; However, everything in its power must be done to limit the number of conditions imposed. [13.1: This paragraph adds obligations to notify and defend claims and cooperate. It can be added to any compensation at the request of the promoter or at the discretion of the component.] 7. Compensation — For use in material transfer agreements – University reception. Information on compensation and other issues in this context can be found in our hardware transfer agreement checklist. g. The promoter was immediately informed in writing of the adverse effects during the investigation as well as any complaints about the institution, the system, its regents, officers, officers, officers and members of the Institutional Review Board regarding the investigation. The institution, at its sole discretion, will authorize the promoter to settle all claims or actions compensated by the promoter, with the agreement of the system and the institution whose authorization is not unduly denied, and, subject to the legal obligation of the Attorney General of Texas, accepts full control of that defence by the promoter.
any transaction offer negotiated by the promoter pursuant to this agreement is (i) a good faith transaction offer that politically frees up all rights and commitments to the institution, the system, its regents, officers, agents, agents and members of the Institutional Review Board for whom compensation is sought; (ii) be carried out in good faith by the promoter; (iii) be reviewed and discussed with the institution and the system; and (iv) do not contain conditions that impose an obligation on the institution, the system, its regents, its senior managers, agents or members of the Institutional Review Board to conduct or refrain from performing acts with significant financial, operational or medical consequences that would not be reimbursed by the proponent under the proposed comparison (hereafter referred to as “offer”).