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Connetics. At all times from the Time of Closing for as long as Connetics promotes and distributes Products in the United States, Connetics shall maintain product liability insurance written on a claims made form in such amounts as are customary in the industry in the United States for similar products; provided however, that notwithstanding the foregoing, such amounts shall be not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, $2,000,000 annual aggregate. At Pharmascience's request, Connetics shall provide Pharmascience with a certificate of insurance as evidence of such insurance at any time. In the event that any such insurance shall be significantly reduced or restricted, terminated or shall otherwise not be renewed, Connetics shall immediately notify Pharmascience.
Connetics. Connetics will promptly transfer and otherwise provide to Pharmacia copies of the Connetics Technology in accordance with Section 4.2. In addition, Connetics shall, (i) consistent with Section 3.2(a), continue formulation, packaging, testing and clinical manufacturing development through an initial technical transfer aimed to prepare a qualified cGMP manufacturing site for production of Phase I clinical trial materials; (ii) assist Pharmacia, at Pharmacia's expense, in developing the chemistry, manufacturing, and quality control portion of any Product Registration as requested by Pharmacia; and (iii) at Pharmacia's expense, otherwise assist Pharmacia in preparation of any Product Registrations and other regulatory submissions as reasonably requested by Pharmacia.
Connetics. In the event that Connetics develops its own approved manufacturing capabilities relative to the Product, Connetics shall have the right to bid on the manufacture of the Product; provided, however, that Pharmacia shall be under no obligation to accept or further negotiate with Connetics relative to such bid, but shall consider such bid in good faith. Connetics may also recommend Third Party manufacturers to Pharmacia, which Pharmacia may, but is not obligated to, use relative to the manufacture of Product.
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