I'm not sure what word you're searching for, but nothing you and the other company agree to will force it to pay for your legal defense without taking it to court first if it doesn't want to, and thus, there is always the chance you'll have to pay for your own defense first and then seek reimbursement.
In other words, if you find yourself being sued by somebody due to the company's misuse of your name, and you did get the company to sign the agreement which includes the word you're searching for, the company can still refuse to pay for your defense. If that happens, then you'll have no choice but to sue it and ask a judge to enforce the agreement. In the meantime, you'll need to pay for defending the lawsuit that started the whole thing, and thus, you'll be seeking indemnification.
So, the botXXXXX XXXXXne is that the agreement will either be honored voluntarily (which likely means your defense will be paid for immediately), or it won't be honored voluntarily, and you'll have to sue to enforce it (which likely means you'll need to pay for your defense out of pocket, and seek indemnification). There is no scenario where the company refuses to voluntarily honor the agreement, and a lawsuit to enforce it is not necessary.
Does that make sense?
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