I'm not an expert, especially not in US law, but there are many parts that sound really unprofessional to me:
XI. INDEMNITY. If You get in legal trouble, or get Us in legal trouble, here’s what will
A. If We are on the receiving end of any legal claims, fees, expenses, or penalties related to Your Licensed Works, You are responsible for paying all Our costs, including attorneys’ fees, costs of court, and any judgments or settlements.
B. If a claim is raised against You in connection with a Licensed Work, and You aren’t defending such a claim to Our satisfaction, We have the right, but not the obligation, to take over the defense of that claim against You. If We do so, You will reimburse Us for Our costs and expenses related to that defense.
"Legal trouble"? "Here's what will happen"? "Receiving end"? Is that really considered proper legal language?