In “Indemnification, Contribution, and Allocation of Fault: Shifting the Blame,” one of a series of articles that address the legal risks faced by manufacturers and distributors of food products, I writes about indemnification and explain how an indemnity agreement works:  “In contract, it is because you have a written agreement from a manufacturer, or your supplier, to pay damages you incur as a result of the product, often including attorney fees. In equity, the right to recover is because the law deems it unfair for you to be liable for anything but your own negligence.”  The article appeared in an online newsletter for ID Access.