The P. C. acknowledges and agrees that the Manager is entitled to prevent its competitors from obtaining and utilizing its trade secrets. The P.C. agrees to hold the Manager's trade secrets in strictest confidence and not to disclose them or allow them to be disclosed directly or indirectly to any person or entity other than persons engaged by the P.C. or the Manager. The P.C. acknowledges its fiduciary obligations to the Manager and the confidentiality of its relationship with the Manager and of any information relating to the services and business methods of the Manager which it may obtain during the term of this Agreement. The P.C. shall not, either during the term of this Agreement or at any time after the expiration or sooner termination of this Agreement, disclose to anyone other than employees or independent contractors of the P.C. or the Manager any confidential or proprietary information or trade secret obtained by the P.C. from the Manager. The P.C. also agrees to place any persons to whom said information is disclosed for the purpose of performance under legal obligation to treat such information as strictly confidential.
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The P. C. shall maintain, at its sole cost and expense, medical malpractice insurance in the minimum amount of $1 million per occurrence and $3 million in the aggregate during the term of this Agreement, or, if such insurance is not readily available, the P.C. Shareholders shall name the P.C. on their individual malpractice policies as an additional insured. All such insurance shall be issued by New York-admitted carriers (i.e., carriers approved by the New York Superintendent of Insurance to do business in this state). All insurance shall be (i) occurrence coverage, or (ii) claims-made coverage only if accompanied by a paid tail endorsement ensuring that such coverage shall remain in effect even after expiration of the applicable policy period or this Agreement. The P.C. shall provide the Company with a copy of such policy or policies. The policy shall provide for at least thirty (30) days advance written notice to the P.C. from the insurer of any alteration, cancellation or termination of the foregoing coverage. In the event of receipt of such notice, the P.C. shall immediately advise the Company of any such alteration, cancellation or termination of malpractice coverage.
The P. B.A. shall indemnify, defend and save the Township harmless against any and all claims, demands, suits, or other forms of liability that shall arise out of or by reason of actions taken by the Township in reliance upon salary deduction authorization cards or the fair share assessment information as furnished by the P.B.A. to the Township, or upon the official notification on the letterhead of the P.B.A. and signed by the President of the P.B.A., advising of such changed deduction.
The P. C. covenant and agree to require all physicians hired or contracted by it and who perform services for the P.C.s, at their own cost and expense or at the cost and expense of the P.C., to maintain malpractice insurance in the minimum amount of $1 million per occurrence and $3 million in the aggregate. The P.C.s shall require that the malpractice policies maintained by its physicians provide for thirty (30) days advance written notice to the P.C.s from the insurer of any alteration, cancellation or termination of the foregoing coverage. In the event of receipt of such notice, the P.C.s shall immediately advise the Company of any such alteration, cancellation or termination of malpractice coverage.