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Environmental Insurance Litigation: Law and Practice, 2d

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Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2000-2021
ISBN: 9780314979797
Service #: 13472787
Sub #: 13472786
Publication Frequency: Updated twice yearly
Update format: Replacement pages

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Environmental Insurance Litigation: Law and Practice, 2d

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This resource takes a look at the cases, laws, trial strategies, and issues that arise in environmental coverage litigation. Turn to it for a discussion of federal and state environmental statutes, including RCRA and CERCLA; insurance policy components and how they relate to environmental coverage; accident-based and occurrence-based liability policies; all types of pollution exclusions; allocation issues; and discovery strategies for both insurers’ and insureds’ counsels.

Features

  • Provides coverage of pollution, asbestos, lead, mold, and emerging climate change coverage issues
  • Provides semiannual updates
  • Cited as authority in 2003 Wisconsin Supreme Court Johnson Controls case
  • Comprehensive overview and detailed analysis of environmental insurance issues
  • Insurance policy components and how they relate to environmental coverage issues
  • Contains practice tips to help attorneys competently advocate for their clients and effectively use trial strategies in environmental coverage litigation
  • Contains comprehensive federal and state case law and statutory analysis
  • Provides semiannual updates
  • Cited as authority in 2003 Wisconsin Supreme Court Johnson Controls case
  • Provides coverage of pollution, asbestos, lead, mold, and emerging climate change coverage issues