such Action in which a jury trial has been waived with any other Action in which a jury trial cannot be or has not been waived.
16.3 Certain Remedies.
Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary, the Parties agree that the failure of a Party to perform any obligation which arises under Section 6.1 (FERPA; GLB), Article 7 (Confidentiality), Section 8.1(e) (Trademark Provisions), Section 8.3 (Reservation) and Section 13.1 (Restrictive Covenants) will cause irreparable harm to the other Party, which may not be fully or adequately compensated by the award and/or payment of monetary damages alone. In the event of actual or threatened breach by a Party of any of the foregoing Sections, the Parties agree that the non-breaching Party shall be entitled to seek injunctive or other equitable relief in order to enforce or prevent any such conduct or continuing violation, without having to post a bond or other security and the breaching Party agrees not to raise the defense of an adequate remedy at law in any such proceeding. Nothing herein shall be construed as prohibiting either Party from pursuing any other remedies available for such breach or threatened breach, including the recovery of damages, costs, and reasonable attorneys’ fees from the other.
17. Duty to Cooperate.
If a Governmental Entity, Educational Agency, or third party files any type of demand, suit, claim, action or cause of action, or commences an investigation, review, audit, or site visit against Contributor or one of its Affiliates or New University or one of its Affiliates, each Party (and its respective Affiliates, to the extent applicable) shall use commercially reasonable efforts to cooperate with the other Party’s defense. Each Party (and its Affiliates, to the extent applicable) further agrees in principle to execute such joint defense agreements, on customary terms, as may be necessary or appropriate for the protection of any privilege or confidentiality in the course of cooperating with the other Party’s defense. Contributor and New University agree to use commercially reasonable efforts to make available to the other, upon reasonable request in writing, any and all non-privileged or non-proprietary documents that either Party (or either of their respective Affiliates, to the extent applicable) has in its or their possession, which relate to any such demand, suit, claim, action or cause of action, investigation, review, audit, or site visit. This provision is not intended to waive or otherwise limit any privilege or work product protection any Party may have over any documents or other information. However, neither Party (nor any of their respective Affiliates) shall have the duty to cooperate with the other Party if the dispute is between the Parties themselves, nor shall this provision preclude the raising of cross-claims or third party claims between Contributor and New University (or one of their respective Affiliates) if the circumstances justify such proceedings. The Parties agree that this provision shall survive the termination of this Agreement.
Throughout the Term, each Party shall purchase and maintain, at its expense, insurance coverage in types and amounts as is customary and reasonable for similarly situated organizations and businesses.
19. Accreditation and Licenses.
The Parties have set forth the terms, conditions and responsibilities in this Agreement in the good faith belief that they are fully in compliance with all legal and accreditation requirements generally applicable to New University or Contributor, or specifically applicable to such party’s obligations hereunder; provided, however, in the event that either Party reasonably determines that the performance of any particular service, duty or function by either Party is in violation of such legal or accreditation requirements, the Parties agree that such service, duty or function shall be promptly modified to the extent reasonably necessary to secure continued compliance with such legal and accreditation requirements.
New University shall maintain in full force and effect, as required for the offering of the Academic Programs: (a) state authorization where such authorization is material to New University and its Academic Programs, (b) accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission and any other Accrediting Body where such accreditation is material to New University and its Academic Programs, and (c) eligibility