OUTSOURCERS and the indemnity clauses next to NDA
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xxxBrandis
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Oct 25, 2006

What to do in a situation like this. The NDA is fine, but the indemnity not, I am only a service provider. Two situations I had to face today were rating at €80.000,- indemnity for all deviations and losses arising out of these. I did sign the NDA but was careful with the indemnity, because I do not insure my work. Generally however I quote only on translation projects. There may be similar experiences that I wish to seek in this community.. I hope this is also an outsourcer community. Best Brandis

[Edited at 2006-10-25 16:55]

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Brandis wrote:

What to do in a situation like this. The NDA is fine, but the indemnity not, I am only a service provider. Two situations I had to face today were rating at €80.000,- indemnity for all deviations and losses arising out of these. I did sign the NDA but was careful with the indemnity, because I do not insure my work. Generally however I quote only on translation projects. There may be similar experiences that I wish to seek in this community.. I hope this is also an outsourcer community. Best Brandis

[Edited at 2006-10-25 16:55]

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In view of the fact that English is one of your stated target languages, would you mind rephrasing this post coherently (zusammenhängend)?

I'm sure less time will then be lost on a thread where everyone is trying to figure out exactly what your question is and you'll stand a better chance of getting the community help you're seeking.

Best regards
Deborah


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xxxBrandis
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This is my latest experience Oct 26, 2006

Lawyer-Linguist wrote:

Brandis wrote:

What to do in a situation like this. The NDA is fine, but the indemnity not, I am only a service provider. Two situations I had to face today were rating at €80.000,- indemnity for all deviations and losses arising out of these. I did sign the NDA but was careful with the indemnity, because I do not insure my work. Generally however I quote only on translation projects. There may be similar experiences that I wish to seek in this community.. I hope this is also an outsourcer community. Best Brandis

[Edited at 2006-10-25 16:55]

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2006-10-26 04:17]

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2006-10-26 04:17]


In view of the fact that English is one of your stated target languages, would you mind rephrasing this post coherently (zusammenhängend)?

I'm sure less time will then be lost on a thread where everyone is trying to figure out exactly what your question is and you'll stand a better chance of getting the community help you're seeking.

Best regards
Deborah

Hi there I am surprised that simple english cannot be understood anymore. Rephrasing here - lately I had 3 situations, where the outsourcers not only demand NDA (basically a regular issue) they demanded indemnity in case of information leakage , proprietary rights on the source documents and any or all losses that might arise out of similar issues. I / My team is a service provider, we do not even insure the work. The amount of assessment as per the contract the unforeseen indemnity part ranges between €50.000 - 80.000,- . I did inform the companies that we will not be taking up this kind of work. But this has not happened in all the years of my tenure as translator. I had just wondered whether I find similar experience in the community. Best Brandis

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