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Understanding your CGL policy—and its limitations—is an important component of every truss manufacturer’s risk management and liability avoidance strategy.

Keeping it simple, a Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy provides a CM with two independent yet important obligations from the insurance carrier. First, the policy provides the manufacturer with a legal defense of a claim or lawsuit funded entirely by the insurance carrier. Second, the policy grants limits or dollars up front to defined amounts that can be used for either a settlement or payment of an adverse claim/lawsuit. These limits, of course, are subject to any policy deductible or self-insured retention amount. 

The CGL policy is intended to cover losses that result in “bodily injury” and/or “property damage.” Economic damages, such as delay damages and costs of repair for defectively designed or manufactured trusses, are not covered. While the terms “bodily injury” and “property damage” are defined in the policy itself, their application to CMs is more easily illustrated with the following examples. 

Example #1

During erection, as a bundle of roof trusses is lifted to the top plate, some of the trusses come apart and cause injuries to a passerby and damage to erected walls. The injury and all the property that is damaged is covered by the manufacturer’s CGL policy falling within the definition of both “bodily injury” and “property damage.” There is no coverage, however, for damage to or replacement of the roof trusses because this is damage to the products of the insured and, therefore, not considered “property damage” due to exclusions contained in the policy.  

Example #2

A homeowner sues a manufacturer of floor trusses for sagging floors, alleging improper design loading was utilized. To restore the floors, furniture is moved out of the house, sheetrock and some flooring is removed, and the trusses are strengthened, restoring the floors. All the property that is damaged and the repair costs are covered as falling within the definition of property damage; but, for the reasons explained in the previous example, there is no coverage for the money spent to actually repair the floor trusses themselves.

The CGL policy is an important component of every truss manufacturer’s risk management and liability avoidance strategy or plan. The coverage can be diminished, however, when the insurance carriers begin to layer in exclusion upon exclusion through endorsements that are added to the policy. These endorsements that contain exclusionary language are intended by the carriers to eliminate coverage under the conditions described in the endorsements. For example, when mold claims (asserting either or both injury and property damage loss) became prevalent a few years ago, underwriters for insurance carriers crafted a mold endorsement exclusion that is now contained in every CM’s CGL policy. That means any claim of mold resulting in either bodily injury or property damage asserted against a CM is no longer covered by a manufacturer’s CGL policy.

We are beginning to see another very significant exclusionary endorsement added to CM CGL policies. This endorsement is commonly referred to as the Professional Services Endorsement. This endorsement, which goes by ISO number CG 22 43, is formally entitled “Exclusion – Engineers, Architects or Surveyors Professional Liability” endorsement. (See sample endorsement below.) Neither the title nor the language of this endorsement seems to impact a CM on the surface because most manufacturers do not engage in engineering per se and do not provide “professional services.” I will tell you, however, that, if this endorsement were in play in either of the two examples and the defect in trusses was related to design, the ability of the CM to rely on its CGL policy for a defense and payment would be very much in doubt.    

Let’s take a closer look at the endorsement language. First, the endorsement states there is NO insurance for bodily injury or property damage arising out of the rendering or failure to render “professional services” by either the insured or any engineer hired by the insured. While most of us would seem to think that we are not providing “professional services,” the unfortunate thing is how this endorsement defines that term. “Professional Services” is defined to include the preparation of shop drawings and/or specifications. That would seem to include truss design drawings, whether sealed or not, and truss or other engineered product placement diagrams. In fact, an engineered truss drawing would probably also be viewed as a truss engineering “specification.” While I am not aware of any formal legal precedent established by any of the courts on whether the Professional Services Endorsement would exclude coverage for any defect, error or omission relating to truss design, a fair reading of this language would suggest that would be the case.

Insurance industry experts I have talked to suggest that underwriters include this endorsement into CM’s policies because they view the exposure from truss design and placement claims should not be covered by the CGL policy, but instead by a professional liability or errors and omissions policy. These types of policies are purchased by a variety of professionals and professional firms, including architects and engineers. While some truss manufacturers may own a professional liability policy, most do not. 

Is professional liability insurance an alternative? Professional liability insurance generally will contain a standard exclusion for claims arising out of the design or manufacture of products by the insured. If that exclusion is not dealt with, the professional liability policy will have little value to a CM. In order for a claim to be covered, it must arise out of a “Breach of Professional Duty” in the performance of “Professional Services,” both of which are defined terms in the policy.

“Professional Services” is then defined as those services the insured is, “legally qualified to perform for others in their capacity as an architect, engineer....” Since truss manufacturers generally do not sell services, but instead sell products, you have to ask yourself whether you would have any coverage if you purchased a professional liability policy.

Will a professional liability policy effectively provide coverage to truss design and placement work done by truss technicians? Will this policy protect an engineer sealing truss designs, if the company for whom he or she works sells products and not services? Assuming even a truss design engineer would have coverage, which I think is doubtful, unless that engineer works for an engineering firm that performs services, it is the work of truss designers and not the truss design engineers that would more likely give rise to a claim against a truss manufacturer. A truss design loading claim, for example, would not seem to constitute a “Breach of Professional Duty” in the performance of “Professional Services,” which is the requirement for a Professional Services policy. The funny thing is that builders and contractors who customarily ask their truss manufacturers to have professional liability insurance, especially if the manufacturer has the Professional Services Endorsement in its CGL policy, do not understand the limitations of the Professional Liability policy, yet they continue to request this type of coverage!


1. Review your current CGL policy to see if the Professional Services Endorsement is included in the policy. If it isn't included, consider yourself lucky and make sure that endorsement does not find its way into future CGL policies you purchase.

2. If the Professional Services Endorsement does exist in your CGL policy, consult your broker to see if the endorsement can be removed easily or even upon payment of an increased premium.

3. If you determine it is a good idea to purchase a professional liability policy in addition to your CGL policy, carefully read the policy definitions, coverages and exclusions. Consider asking that any exclusionary product design claim exclusions be deleted and submit alternative drafts of language defining “Professional Services” to include those design activities your company actually undertakes.

Kent Pagel is a Senior Shareholder for Pagel, Davis & Hill, a Professional Corporation. He and his firm have served as national counsel for SBCA since 1994. He can be reached via email at [email protected] 

Sample letters to endorse or nominate a candidate for an award.

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To make the best LinkedIn recommendations work, you have to understand and accept the fact that not only products and services need marketing but people too. When someone applies for a job they become the product that needs to be sold to the buyer, who is the hiring manager in this case. Even if you are not a marketer or a salesperson and you have genuinely nothing to do with sales, at times you get into a situation when you need sales skills. LinkedIn recommendations are the perfect example.

LinkedIn Recommendations are mini sales pitches that help to sell someone. Of course, we are not talking about human trafficking, but the job market. Therefore, you must write a recommendation that expresses the recommendee’s features and the benefits to the hiring manager.

Let’s see a perfect LinkedIn recommendation sample

“I rarely come across real talents who stand out like Peter. I had the pleasure of working with Peter for three years at the Big Corp, collaborating on several project teams. Peter’s ability to handle multiple projects was unlike any I’ve seen before and made a dramatic increase in the productivity level of our company. No matter how tense a meeting, Peter made sure everyone left with a smile. As a team member or a leader, Peter earns my highest recommendation.”

You might be curious, how we made the LinkedIn recommendation sample above, so here is a step-by-step guide, that helps you write just as good recommendations – as you saw in the sample – in less than 5 minutes:

Step 1: Get the attention of the reader

First, you need to get the attention of the reader with a strong opening line. Most of the movies – except the artistic ones – start with an exciting scene, stunning the viewers, to show them that it’s worth to stay because more of that is coming. You have to do the same in your LinkedIn recommendation; you have to start with a sentence that summarizes the whole recommendation and get’s the attention of the reader. See these three samples:

”I rarely come across real talents who stand out like Peter.”

”Few people have the opportunity to work with someone ‘Ridiculously efficient’ like Sandra.”

”‘Genuine expert’ is the phrase that comes to mind when I think about Andrew.”

After reading this initial line, people have to continue reading because they are curious what is behind that opening statement. These opening statements of your LinkedIn recommendation also doesn’t say that the recommendee was the best or favorite employee, coworker or boss of yours, because you obviously can’t use ultimate superlatives in all of your recommendations. Choosing the right phrase to highlight the person’s main characteristics or strength is the key here.

Step 2: State your authority in recommending

The readers will be curious how you know the person, what is your relation? LinkedIn will show the details next to the recommendation, and it’s easy to find this information but still, you need to summarize your relationship quickly. This gives a hint why are you qualified to give this recommendation. here are three samples for you:

Maria expertly filled the role of production manager for my company’s social marketing team for just over two years.

I had the pleasure of working with Laura for three years at the Big Corp, collaborating on several project teams.

I hired Nick as a freelance Ruby developer in 2014 after seeing his online portfolio, and he’s completed numerous flawless projects for me since then.

As you can see, you don’t have to go into details. State the year or duration, the position or role and most importantly that it was a positive working relationship. Please note the positive expressions like “expertly filled”, “pleasure to work with” and “flawless projects” which backs up the opening statement, just as you saw in the sample recommendation above.

Step 3: Describe unique values and strengths

Here comes the main part of your LinkedIn recommendation, when you describe what is unique in this person. Think about what are their strengths, what makes them stand out? If there is nothing that makes them special or unique and they don’t stand out, then think about what they do better than anything else? Not everyone is good in everything, but everyone is good at something. Highlight that in the recommendation or ask the person if there is something that would be beneficial for him or her if it was mentioned in the recommendation. Yes, communication can help, when it comes to writing a good recommendation. See our three sample senteces:

”Patrick’s ability to handle multiple projects was unlike any I’ve seen before and made a dramatic increase in the productivity level of our company.”

”I was impressed by John’s ability to deal with even the toughest clients – effortlessly. That skill often takes years to develop among consulting professionals, but it seemed to come perfectly naturally to him.”

”I was always in awe of Veronica’s ability to command a room and get people on board with ideas – even people who were initially on completely different pages.”

Many LinkedIn recommendations miss this part and which makes them vague and meaningless. This sentence in the middle of your recommendation is the main value proposition that we’ve built up strategically, starting from the opening line. As you can see, this part demonstrates the person’s strength in a single sentence using an example. After reading these samples, you should be able to phrase similar sentences based on your personal experience with the recommendee.

Step 4: Personal and emotional touch

So far we stated, explained and demonstrated the strength of this person, but when it’s about hiring someone, it’s not only about the skills, knowledge and expertise. Personality is just as important as professional skills. Hiring managers want to make sure to have a good fit for the team, who is great to work with! here are three samples:

And we still miss him on the office bowling league!

Oh, and she made sure our weekly staff meetings were never without donuts and coffee. Talk about motivating a team!

No matter how tense a meeting, Peter made sure everyone left with a smile.

When it comes to mentioning someone’s personality, and social skills make sure to be politically correct and concentrate on the insights, which are globally acceptable and important. Company values and cultures vary. Therefore some activities that might be standard at your company might not be preferred at another one, such as being a fearless warrior in Nerf gun battles.

Step 5: Close it with a strong end statement

As we discussed, your LinkedIn recommendation is a mini sales pitch that helps to sell a person on the job market. It’s time for the call to action, which points the decision maker to the right direction. Summarize and close with a simple one-line recommendation. Check out these three samples closing lines:

”Any employee would be lucky to have Jennifer as a manager.”

”Thomas would be an asset to any company.”

”As a team member or a leader, Andrew earns my highest recommendation.”

It’s a wrap! You have everything already, just put the five parts together and you got the perfect LinkedIn recommendation as seen in the sample. As promised, this process doesn’t take longer than 5 minutes. You can write each of the sentences in less than one minute and have the result in less than 5 minutes, which will be just as perfect as our LinkedIn recommendation sample that we started this article with:

“I rarely come across real talents who stand out like Peter. I had the pleasure of working with Peter for three years at the Big Corp, collaborating on several project teams. Peter’s ability to handle multiple projects was unlike any I’ve seen before and made a dramatic increase in the productivity level of our company. No matter how tense a meeting, Peter made sure everyone left with a smile. As a team member or a leader, Peter earns my highest recommendation.”

But if you want to spend even less time on writing a recommendation or you have to write many of them, try our free recommendation generator that helps you make as many LinkedIn recommendations as you want within seconds.

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What is a letter of recommendation?

A letter of recommendation is a document you may be asked to prepare for someone who is applying for a job, internship, college application, leadership position or volunteer opportunity. The purpose of a recommendation letter is to validate what the employer has learned about the applicant and get answers to outstanding questions about their performance or habits.

An honest recommendation provides the recipient with a personalized account of your experiences with the applicant. You should, therefore, have at least some knowledge of how the candidate acts and performs in a work environment. Consider the following before you accept a request for a recommendation:

  • Have you worked with or directly observed the applicant?
  • Do you know relevant strengths and skills you can personally elaborate on?
  • Do you have specific examples of the individual’s work?
  • Can you provide positive feedback about this individual?

It’s important that to consider whether or not you can provide a quality recommendation letter before accepting a request. If you do not have enough experience with or positive stories to tell about the applicant, let them know quickly and respectfully that you are unable to meet the request. This way they have plenty of time to find an alternative solution.

Recommendation letter format: what to include

Your letter of recommendation should include four items:

  1. A brief introduction that states who you are, your relationship to the applicant and your personal experience or expertise.
  2. An overview of the applicant’s strengths as you’ve experienced them and as they relate to the recipient.
  3. A personal story that elaborates on one to two traits the applicant possesses.
  4. A closing statement that summarizes why the individual you are recommending would be a good fit for the opportunity.

If the candidate hasn’t provided you with an up-to-date resume and the job description, ask them to send those so that you are fully prepared to write the recommendation. You can use their resume to get a full understanding of their experiences and achievements.

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You should review the job description to understand what the employer is looking for in a candidate. Use the description to decide what you should include from their resume and your personal experiences working with them.

Letter of recommendation template

When writing a letter of recommendation for students or working professionals, your letter should include a brief introduction, the candidate’s background and experience, a personal story, and a closing statement.

Use the following recommendation letter template as inspiration when drafting your own:

To Whom it May Concern:

It is my pleasure to strongly recommend [Applicant Name] for [Position With Company or Acceptance to Institution].

I am [Your Name], a [Your Position] at [Your Institution or Company]. I have [Number] years of experience working in [Your Industry or Academic Focus], and have seen many young professionals come and go. [Applicant Name] is one individual I have worked with who uniquely stands out.

During our time together, [Applicant Name] displayed great talents in [Skill, Trait, Experience, Class, etc.]. When we first met, I was immediately impressed with [Applicant’s Name], but during the time worked together, her understanding of [Key Topic] grew far more than that of her peers.

[Insert Personal Story Elaborating on Key Skills, Trait, Experience].

It’s not just her technical skills that impress me, however. [Applicant Name] was a joy to work with because of her amazingly positive attitude and [Positive Trait]. Her [Positive Trait] and [Positive Trait] were also necessary and valued not just by myself, but by her peers, who often relied on her to get the job done.

I am absolutely confident that [Applicant Name] would be a great fit for your [Institution/Company]. Not only will she bring the kind of skills and experiences you’re looking for in an applicant, she will quickly become an asset and help your [Institution/Company] grow in any way she can.

If you need more information or specific examples, please do not hesitate to contact me at [Contact Information]. As a recommendation letter likely only provides a snapshot of her talents and achievements, I would be happy to further elaborate on my time working with her.


[Your Name, Company, and Title]


Letter of recommendation example

There are many formats recommendation letter can have. Here’s a specific example of what a completed letter may look like for a job applicant using the above framework:

To Whom it May Concern:

It is my pleasure to strongly recommend Annie Chiu for a position as a Data Analyst for L&Q International.

I am Robert Cunningham, a Regional Manager at Mountain View Unlimited. I have 15 years of experience working as a statistician and client services specialist and have seen many young professionals come and go. Annie Chiu is one individual I have worked with who uniquely stands out.

During our time together, Annie displayed great talents in technical applications, such as ArcGIS, R coding, Python, and several other data visualization tools. When we first met, I was immediately impressed with Annie and the technical skills she had on day one, but during the time worked together, her understanding of data analysis and the tools of the trade grew far more than that of her peers.

My first experience with Annie’s adaptability came not long after she was hired. Last year, we had one client who sent data in Excel that needed extensive cleanup. At that time, Annie’s experience with Excel was limited, but she worked extra hours to learn how to properly clean up data in Excel through the use of functions. Within the week, the client’ data was properly formatted so that it could be effectively analyzed and visualized. Annie even handled the data visualization with skill and the client had nothing but praise for the end result.

It’s not just her technical skills that impress me, however. Annie was a joy to work with because of her amazingly positive attitude and eagerness to stick tightly to deadlines. Her can-do attitude and team building skills were also necessary and valued not just by myself, but by her peers, who often relied on her to get the job done.

I am absolutely confident that Annie would be a great fit for your L&Q International. Not only will she bring the kind of skills and experiences you’re looking for in an applicant, she will quickly become an asset and help your L&Q International grow in any way she can.

If you need more information or specific examples, please do not hesitate to contact me at 555-123-4567, or by email at [email protected] As a recommendation letter likely only provides a snapshot of her talents and achievements, I would be happy to further elaborate on my time working with her.


Robert Cunningham
Regional Manager
Mountain View Unlimited

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Endorsement Agreement

PandaTip: This portion of the endorsement agreement template allows for you to capture all names and agreement dates relevant to this endorsement agreement. Additional parties may be added to this template based on your individual needs.

This agreement is entered into on this day [Agreement.Date] between [Sender.Company] and [Endorser.LegalName]. Endorser is widely known and respectfully recognized as [Endorser.PublicName]. This name has offered the endorser a certain important meaning in the mind of the purchasing public important to the advertising, promotion, and sale of services and merchandise in importance with this endorsement agreement.

Terms and Conditions

PandaTip: The terms and conditions section of the endorsement agreement is prefilled with basic elements needed to provide protection to both participating parties involved in the endorsement agreement taking place.

Rights & Licenses

[Sender.Name] is requesting the exclusive right and license to utilize this name in connection with the advertisement, promotion, and sale of their product. This contract is an agreement for those rights and services with the following terms being in place.

  • [Endorser.Name] will provide rights for [Sender.Company] to hold all exclusive rights and licenses needed during the term of [Agreement.Term]. including the ability for use of any nicknames, initials, autographs, photographs, or any other property in relation to the advertisement or sale of mentioned product.

Endorsement Agreement Effective Date

This agreement shall become effective as of signature dates below and will remain effective for a term of 12 months unless prematurely terminated for failure to comply with any of the terms or conditions listed in this agreement.

Payment of Royalties

[Sender.Company] agrees to pay all royalties due from sales of such products as agreed between parties.Any and all royalties owed will be due on a yearly basis and shall be payable no later than thirty (30) days after the termination of the preceding full calendar quarter.

For each royalty period due [Sender.Comany] will provide endorser with written notice of all royalties as well as any and all descriptions of Products that were sold during the Royalty Period or whether any actual Royalty was owed.

“Net Sales” shall mean [Sender.Company] gross sales of Product, excluding all customary discounts and allowances as well as returns.
The receipt or acceptance by [Endorser.LegalName] for above mentioned statement or payment shall not prevent Endorser from challenging or requesting proof of such document findings.

Any and all obligations for the payment of Royalties shall survive expiration or termination of this Agreement and will continue for as long as Endorsed Constructor continues to sell the Product or payment is owed.

In the event of underpayment to endorser for any and all royalties, endorser will bill for all royalties as well as interest fees in relation for said royalties.

Late Payments

Late payments will be subject to a late fee of [Late.Percentage] of cost due. Late fees are subject after payment terms are not satisfied.


Upon [Sender.Company] request, [Endorser.LegalName] will make appearances no more than [Appearance.Number] of times on a yearly basis for photography and promotional purposes.
[Sender.Company] Understands endorsers’ obligations and other requirements therefor will provide 10 days written notice prior to any appearances.

[Sender.Company] is in agreement that all fees obtained during said appearances shall be billed and paid by [Sender.Company].
Endorser shall not receive any other form of payment for appearances made.

Products for Endorser

During the Term of this Agreement, [Sender.Company] shall supply Endorser, any and all products the Endorser may reasonably request for his or her own personal use or for distribution in connection with charitable events.

The Products shall be created with the highest quality or at least equal to comparable products manufactured and marketed by [Sender.Company].
If the quality of a class of the Product falls below such a production-run quality, as previously approved by Endorser, [Sender.Company] will have no longer than 30 days to correct quality or risk termination of agreement.

Competing Agreements

[Endorser.LegalName] has not entered into any employment or non compete agreements with [Sender.Company] therefore is prohibited from the endorsing of any third parties.


PandaTip: In the notifications area of the endorsement agreement template you can provide all terms for written and verbal notifications from either parties. this section of the endorsement agreement template is completely customisable to fit your individual agreement needs.

Any notice required to be given to Endorser shall be delivered by certified mail, personal delivery, or overnight delivery paid for by [Sender.Company]
[Endorser.LegalName] has the option and right to inspect any and all books and records as well as any other documents and material in [Sender.Company] possession or control with respect to the subject matter of this Endorsement Agreement without prior notice needed.
The parties agree to execute any documents reasonably requested by the other party to effect any of the above provisions.

Representations & Warranties

PandaTip: The portion of the endorsement agreement template below offers you the ability to list all and any terms and conditions involving the endorser during this endorsement agreement.

Endorser represents and warrants that he or she has the full right, power, and authority to grant the Property herein.
Endorser represents that he or she is in good health and does not plan to retire during the Term of this Agreement
Endorser agrees to conduct themselves in a professional and legal manner at all times during the term of this contract including but not limited to events, advertising opportunities, and person ventures.


PandaTip: You can use this section of the endorsement agreement template to provide all insurance requirements as well any requirements the endorser may require during the length of this endorsement agreement.

[Sender.Company] is responsible for obtaining and maintain adequate insurance coverage during the term of this agreement. Furthermore [Sender.Company] agrees to furnish Endorser a certificate of insurance evidencing such insurance prior to the manufacture, distribution, or sale of the Product.


PandaTip: This section of the endorsement agreement template is pre filled to provide all standard termination requirements for a standard endorsement agreement. Additional termination clauses may be added to fit your needs.

[Endorser.LegalName] shall have the right to terminate this Agreement upon 30 days prior written notice delivered either in person or by certified letter on the following terms,

  • The declaration of bankruptcy, or failure to continue the selling the Product by either party involved.
  • In the event Endorsed Constructor fails to make payment to Endorser of any sums due pursuant to this Agreement within thirty (30) days that such payment is due
  • If failure to provide insurance takes place and is not resolved within agreed upon time period.

[Sender.Company] shall have the right to terminate this Agreement upon 30 days prior written notice to Endorser or his or her legal representative in the event that Endorser does any of the following:

  • Engages in illegal, immoral, or criminal conduct resulting in a felony conviction;
  • Misrepresents or conceals anything in his or her background that could be detrimental to the value of the endorsement being made prior or during contract terms.
  • Appears in less than [Agreed.Number] of events in a calendar year as previously agreed.
  • Engages in any activity insulting to the general public or any activity risking the name or credibility of said endorsement.
  • Retires from industry during contract terms.

Either party may terminate this Agreement upon 30 days written notice to the other party in the event of a breach of any provision of this Agreement that are unable to be corrected within the desired 30 days.

Post Termination Rights

PandaTip: This section follows the termination clause section of the endorsement agreement template and covers all post termination rights and clauses needed for your endorsement contract.

Not less than thirty (30) days prior to the expiration of this Agreement or immediately upon termination thereof, Endorsed Constructor shall provide Endorser with a complete schedule of all inventory of Product then on hand bearing the Property.

Upon delivery Endorser agrees that for a period of three (3) months following the termination period [Sender.Company] shall have the right to continue to sell the Product bearing the Property that was manufactured or ordered prior to the effective date of termination.

Upon termination date all rights and agreements made between parties will cease and all products will halt production.


PandaTip: This area of the endorsement agreement template is provided to offer protection in the event any portion of this endorsement agreement is found to be negligent.

If any term, clause or provision hereof is held invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, all other terms will remain in full force and effective until contract end date or complete contract termination.

Force Majuere

PandaTip: This final portion of the endorsement agreement template provides coverage in the instance of termination of this endorsement agreement.

If any force majeure event occurs, the affected Party will give prompt written notice to the other Party and will use commercially reasonable efforts to minimize the impact of the event. No party will be responsible for the termination of this contract in the intense the above takes place.


PandaTip: This signature field is provided for your convenience so that you can capture your client’s esignature on this endorsement agreement without the need to print or mail the document.

Both parties hereby agree to enforce, uphold, and abide by the entirety of this endorsement agreement.

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