This is formally known as “Errors and Omissions Insurance”. This is insurance that you buy for a film that insures you against any claims by third parties relating to exploitation of a film (ie copyright, trademark, defamation). In other words, this is financial protection which covers defense and legal liability against lawsuits alleging unauthorized use of titles, format, ideas, characters etc.
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