Sample Joint Prosecution Agreement

CONSIDERING that the parties have common legal interests in the analysis and defence of certain claims and claims related to the remedy, including any positive claims. The parties wish to ensure that their lawyers are free to exchange and exchange information that may be useful to the representation of each party, without renouncing the confidentiality of communications and documents protected by the privilege of a lawyer, the doctrine of the lawyer`s product or any other applicable privilege. The signatory lawyers consider that the disclosure of any matter of common interest to the parties promotes the effective representation of the parties. Accordingly, the Parties agree that all disclosures between and between the Parties and their counsel are and are confidential for the purposes of a common defense, covered by attorneys` privilege, the work product doctrine and all other applicable privileges, and that the Parties intend to enforce a privilege or immunity applicable to all information shared in accordance with this Common Defense Agreement or are exchanged, to be preserved and extended to be exchanged during the defense and after the settlement of the claim. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing in this Joint Defence Agreement obliges the parties to pursue common defences in the course of the appeal. I also confirm that I have the right to sign this agreement on behalf of another entity to which I am engaged and which will carry out all work related to this mission, binding not only on my own, but also on all other personnel of this unit, and that I will take the necessary steps to ensure that these other staff members comply with the attached agreement. At URSEIN, the parties executed this agreement on the above date and year. COMMITMENT AND AGREEMENT TO BE BOUND BY A COMMON DEFENSE AGREEMENT This common defense (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into from {date) by and between the lawyers signed for themselves and on behalf of their respective clients {LIST PARTIES} (each a “Party” and, together, “Parties”). . . .