An interior designer includes in all her proposals a clause that states the following:
"You represent that materials supplied by you to the designer are free from copyright and other restrictions or that you have written permission to use them. You further agree to protect, indemnify, and hold the designer harmless against any claims involving copyright, trademark, or patent-related materials submitted by you."
Why has the designer included this clause? What purpose does it serve?
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